Flawless Summer Bride Makeup: how to turn brides into bronzed goddesses

by Emily J. June 11, 2020
Well, it’s finally here. I don’t know about you, but NOTHING is going to stop the bridal season and before you get shouting at me: some countries are already lifting their lockdown rules and people are going to wed no matter what. It’s life. You cannot stop living it no matter what happens. So, to shut me up from all the preaching here - I am going to share a perfect beachy, sweet yet not too much summer bride look that is going to sparkle in that beautiful sunlight and make everyone's eyes water from perfection.


Not dramatic, am I? Don’t think so :) What good is it to you? Well, even, if you aren’t allowed to work, yet, no one is forbidding you to learn it, true? So if you are ready, cause I am already jumping in my seat from excitement, let’s begin!

The Golden Rule of Longevity

First, let’s get over this amazing golden rule of makeup that will last you ages: you may know it already and DUH me right this second, but for those who have not yet had the pleasure of trying this themselves I have to emphasize that longevity is based on layers holding unto layers. And it holds even better if one layer is wet product and the other - a dry one.
However, this does not work if you pile wet, dry, wet, dry etc. That would result in a cakey mess: first, work with wet products and then fix them in place with dry ones. An additional layer of wet product could be a fixing spray, but it covers the whole face evenly and absorbs quickly without any danger of messing it up (unless you touch your makeup when the spray is not dry).
 

Now that we got that covered, let’s move one to the product list that you will need for this look:
You can pick the shades according to you, but when choosing eyeshadow for this look - pick 5 shades from the lightest tone for the inner corner and the darkest one in the outer one.


The Iridescent Gaze

The biggest work here is the eyes and the look is based on the rule of three. Basically we divide the eye into three parts and fill them with different shades. It does not matter what your makeup routine is - you can do the eyes first if you want to avoid fallout or last if you use napkins underneath the eye not to mess it up.
However, since we are going over this step by step, we will start with the eyes. The whole idea of dividing is to put your shades in the right places: the most popular variation is to put the lightest shade in the inner corner and the darkest one in the outer, creating a gradient effect all over the lid and shaping eye, the second variation is darkening both - the inner and the outer and putting a very shimmering shade in the middle resulting in a smokey blazing look.


Want to wow your clients? Learn to create bronzed goddesses with makeup PRO Shani Baruch!

Sign up for a Shani's makeup masterclass "Perfect Bronze Makeup" and learn how to execute this gorgeous look step by step! Plus receive a PDF certificate and a product list!

Flawless Summer Bride Makeup: how to turn brides into bronzed goddesses

by Emily J. June 11, 2020
Well, it’s finally here. I don’t know about you, but NOTHING is going to stop the bridal season and before you get shouting at me: some countries are already lifting their lockdown rules and people are going to wed no matter what. It’s life. You cannot stop living it no matter what happens. So, to shut me up from all the preaching here - I am going to share a perfect beachy, sweet yet not too much summer bride look that is going to sparkle in that beautiful sunlight and make everyone's eyes water from perfection.


Not dramatic, am I? Don’t think so :) What good is it to you? Well, even, if you aren’t allowed to work, yet, no one is forbidding you to learn it, true? So if you are ready, cause I am already jumping in my seat from excitement, let’s begin!

The Golden Rule of Longevity

First, let’s get over this amazing golden rule of makeup that will last you ages: you may know it already and DUH me right this second, but for those who have not yet had the pleasure of trying this themselves I have to emphasize that longevity is based on layers holding unto layers. And it holds even better if one layer is wet product and the other - a dry one.
However, this does not work if you pile wet, dry, wet, dry etc. That would result in a cakey mess: first, work with wet products and then fix them in place with dry ones. An additional layer of wet product could be a fixing spray, but it covers the whole face evenly and absorbs quickly without any danger of messing it up (unless you touch your makeup when the spray is not dry).
 

Now that we got that covered, let’s move one to the product list that you will need for this look:
You can pick the shades according to you, but when choosing eyeshadow for this look - pick 5 shades from the lightest tone for the inner corner and the darkest one in the outer one.


The Iridescent Gaze

The biggest work here is the eyes and the look is based on the rule of three. Basically we divide the eye into three parts and fill them with different shades. It does not matter what your makeup routine is - you can do the eyes first if you want to avoid fallout or last if you use napkins underneath the eye not to mess it up.
However, since we are going over this step by step, we will start with the eyes. The whole idea of dividing is to put your shades in the right places: the most popular variation is to put the lightest shade in the inner corner and the darkest one in the outer, creating a gradient effect all over the lid and shaping eye, the second variation is darkening both - the inner and the outer and putting a very shimmering shade in the middle resulting in a smokey blazing look.

Want to wow your clients? Learn to create bronzed goddesses with makeup PRO Shani Baruch!

Sign up for a Shani's makeup masterclass "Perfect Bronze Makeup" and learn how to execute this gorgeous look step by step! Plus receive a PDF certificate and a product list!