Sunday, 3 February 2013

Betty Pamper's Wedding Make Up Guide: Mac Basics Masterclass

As a make up artist who regularly gets booked to help women look amazing on their big day I often get asked advice about how to apply make up which looks natural but which will also show up on photographs. Its many a bride who in her quest to look "au neutral" has ended up looking washed out on her finished pictures and that ladies, is a crime. So for all you brides contemplating doing your own wedding make up I thought I would do a simple "step by step" how to video showing you a beautiful eye make up in a neutral palette which will have you looking a million dollars but also show up on camera.Here is an example of one of the brides who I recently used these colours and techniques on, I'm sure you will agree she looks rather lovely indeed.

I also get asked A LOT for my opinion on luxury make up brands and none more so than Mac so I thought this would also be a great place to show you the eye shadows and primer that would make a perfect starter kit if you would like to begin investing in Mac make up but don't know where to start.

I know a few of you struggle to view videos at work or on your phones and I usually try to provide photographs as well but I'm just so busy a the moment with make up bookings that I hope you will forgive the fact that this is a video demo only.
The Mac Make Up I'm using for this tutorial is

Paintpot in Painterly
All the eyeshadows are from the normal eyeshadow range and are all matte.Here is my video demo.

If you would like to book me to do your wedding make up email me here or pop on over to the Vintage Pamperbox to see more examples of our wedding hair and make up.

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