Hello good people,
It’s been a whileeeee..Welcome back to my blog…so good to have you here. I have a whole lot to makeup for all this time, starting with this.
This bride was easy to work with, very cool, very straight, ‘small but mighty’, extremely nice but trust me, you don’t want to offend her (I did once but now we’re back to buddy buddy).
The traditional wedding was interesting, the attire, the process, the people. Three things I really loved about her face, her forehead, her chin and her lips. it was easy doing this job and I enjoyed every bit of it. I loved that the bride loved it. I loved the white wedding look more(as usual right…lol).
It was an Itsekiri trad wedding.The First look, the colour of her scarf influenced the lip colour and the major eye contour colour. For the second look, I just added hues of turquoise and for the last trad look, the gele was just sooo beautiful. The plan for the white wedding look was to make her look like she was wearing very little makeup…to look like the angel she really is and to go with her hair and lovely dress.
So….Enjoy this, It’s from my heart and this post means a lot to me. Please leave your comments as usual.
We had to continue our scarf-tying outside…lol we were chased out cos of time…traditional weddings and drama sha.
Lovely lashes, won’t you say?
Lovely scarf, beautiful eye-makeup, lovely bride.
Touch of turquoise on her eye lids…
I love this particular attire!
Gele tying in progress…
Bright red looks good on her right?
still in progress…don’t judge the gele yet…
Now, what dyu think of the gele…and oh this Picture?
White wedding makeup in progress…loving the hairdo
The million dollar forehead and ooo her chin..
this look is to die for…I totally love her face…drooooling
You see the way her makeup blended into her hair, dress, accessories and bouquet to bring about one extremely simple but exquisite look. #ilove
One word. Soft, Innocent. oops… two words