It’s wedding season! Well, in SoCal, it’s pretty much always wedding season, thanks to the year-round sunny weather. This week I’m featuring mineral makeup company, Jane Iredale, whose products are cruelty-free and good for your skin. They’re ideal for brides because of their radiance and long-lasting ability.
In this post I’ll show you how I create fresh, glowing skin and soft, pretty makeup for my spring wedding makeup tutorial.
Step 1: Foundation
With a powder brush, I dusted Amazing Base Loose Mineral Powder in Golden Glow on my bride’s face to cover any redness and even out her skin tone. What I love about this powder is that it’s a foundation, concealer, and sunscreen. It comes in handy when a bride needs a quick touch-up and I don’t need to grab a ton of different products—this one does it all!
Step 2: Eyeshadows
Next I applied Eye Sheres Liquid Eye Shadows in Champagne Silk and Pink Silk with its applicator and then smoothed and blended the colors with my ring finger. If you’re prone to a few tears during your wedding, I suggest these quick-setting eyeshadows that won’t budge at all. They’re basically tear proof.
Step 3: Eyeliner & Mascara
Mystikol Eyeliner and Highlighter is a double-ended pencil that gives a subtle smokey effect on one end and brightens on the other. I used Smokey Quartz, a charcoal grey and light peach, for defining and highlighting the eyes. Complete the look with PureLash Mascara, a water-resistant mascara that nourishes your lashes and keeps them looking natural.
Step 4: Blush
One of my favorite products from Jane Iredale is her In Touch Cream Blush. This creamy texture dries down to a powdery finish and won’t budge. I used the sheer pink color, Clarity, on my model to give a natural flush to her cheeks.
Bonus: This blush can be used on the eyes and lips for a monochromatic makeup look.
Step 5: Lip Color
I wanted her lips to be bright and playful and thought the PlayOn Lip Crayon in Charming was the perfect color to achieve this look. It’s a pretty bubblegum pink shade that smooths lips and keeps them hydrated.
For my bride’s hair, I curled into big waves, then sprayed with a soft hold hairspray to add volume and texture. The flower crown, made with a mix of hellebores, anemones, and wax flowers, added a perfect final touch to my spring wedding makeup tutorial.
Are you getting married soon? I would love to be a part of your special day.