Autumn bridal makeup: berry lip, glowy eyes

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I’m still umming and ahh-ing about whether or not  to have a bold lip at my wedding (because church kiss), but I really love the idea of a deep berry lip during an Autumn wedding. Such a difficult decision to make! If you’ve worn a bold lip down the aisle, I’d love to hear how it went- did half of it end up on the groom?

I’m not sure Phil suits a vampy lip.

Berry lips soft smoky eyes bridal FOTD makeup breakdown…

Eyes:

–  Matte beige shade from the  Sleek Storm palette blended all over top lid just past the crease (3rd shadow from the left on the top row of shadows in the palette)

– Matte purple shade from Tom Ford Orchid Haze Quad in the outer V and smudged under bottom lashline

– Matte neutral greyish brown shade from Sleek Storm palette (second from the right on the bottom row of shadows) blended lightly in the crease and the outer 3rd of bottom lashline.

– Silvery shade from Orchid haze applied in the inner corner to highlight

– Shimmery taupe from Orchid Haze palette (top right) applied to the centre of the top lid and blended slightly outwards and upwards.

– Bobbi Brown Gel eyeliner in Espresso Ink to line the top lashline and smudged along the edge of the lashline on the outer 3rd of the bottom lids.

Cheeks:

Laura Mercier Lip Stain in Mulberry

(yes I love wearing this lip product as a cheek colour)

Lips:  

MAC Sheen Supreme ‘Good To Be Bad’

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