So for my wedding day, I knew there was no other way to go, than to work that paleness! But not everyone agreed with me, people were absolutely horrified that I wasn't going tanning before my big day! "What? You're actually going to look like yourself, and accept how you look?!!" I could almost hear people shouting at me!
If you're a pasty lady, you probably know exactly what I'm talking about! So just ignore all those orange, wrinkled, and leathery people who keep telling you that you need to be tan on your wedding day!
I was the palest I've ever been (I carried an umbrella with me everywhere I went for months before the wedding), wore a bright white dress, and I looked fabulous! Here is how you can too!
When I was planning my wedding, I went to a professional makeup artist and had her do a trial run on me. When I got there, not only did she not have any foundation that was pale enough for me, but she didn't do my makeup anything like I wanted it!
This is what I left there looking like...
So after that experience, I decided to do my own makeup, and it was one of the best decisions I made for my wedding! I ended up looking like a better version of myself, and that's exactly how it should be!
So all you Casper the Ghost Complexioned women, I have two videos showing you exactly how I did my makeup for my wedding!
...here's video 2!
Pixi Redness Reducing Primer.
Urban Decay Naked Foundation, shade .05.
Pixi Undercover Crayon
How to Make Your Face Wow
Wet n Wild H20 Proof Liquid Eyeliner.
I used the brush from Wet n Wild Mega Liner liquid eyeliner.
I don't even remember what kind I used. It didn't really matter what kind, because I had fake eyelashes, so I didn't need mascara that lengthened my lashes. All that mattered is that it was waterproof!
M.A.C Prep + Prime.
Doutzens Nude 600 Loreal Colour Riche.
(All my wedding photos were taken by Graham River Productions.)
Peace Love and Wedding Makeup
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