Here is my gorgeous bride Amanda, checking out her finished bridal look in the mirror for the first time, before heading to her wedding at Woldingham School in Surrey. This image was captured by the brilliant wedding photographer Andy Sidders: https://www.andysiddersphotography.co.uk/ Amanda
Mascara is one of the most important aspects of any make-up look, as it lengthens, defines and volumizes the eyelashes and helps make the eyes look larger, brighter and more sparkly on camera. Although not used on all fashion looks,
Beautiful French bride Celina's wedding was held at Pembroke Lodge in Richmond Park, which is a pretty venue for London or Surrey brides who want a leafy country house setting just outside the city: http://www.pembroke-lodge.co.uk/weddings Celina's wedding was captured by wedding photographer Jasmina Haskovic (image here cropped
Setting sprays are a must-have item in my kit, especially for weddings and other special occasions, because they extend the wear time of make-up for many hours and reduce the risk of the products melting and smudging. In addition to
"I was so happy with my make-up and the bridesmaids looked so wonderful too. The make-up quality shows on the photos!" - Carly I love this photo of Carly heading off for her wedding at the very grand and classic venue Woodcote Park,
I couldn't resist treating myself to this gorgeous limited edition ' Snowglobe' nail polish from Nails Inc, and at £15 I think it would make an ideal stocking filler for girl friends, or 'Secret Santa' present for colleagues: https://www.nailsinc.com/accessories/new-globe-walk_1395/ It comes in
"I was initially drawn to Catherine's work because the end result was very natural and that was exactly how I wanted my make up to look. I was not disappointed! In fact I would go so far as to say
"Thank you so much for everything on our wedding day. The make-up was perfect and lasted all through the night!" - Rebecca For Rebecca's bridal make-up look for her wedding in Surrey, I first applied Liz Earle Sheer Skin Tint in 'Bare 01'