Bridal MakeUp

He popped the question! Now it’s your turn, girl, to start your wedding preparations! Whether it is a civil ceremony or a traditional one, you need to look the best version of yourself; it’s one of the most important days of your life- and the very first day of yours and your partner’s life- after all!

The list is long including bureaucracy, all kinds of appointments such as the dress, hair and of course, MakeUP! For that reason, I have decided to start a new category at this portfolio/blog, that will give MakeUp Inspo to all of you, beautiful brides to be, out there!

Soft, earthy tones will enhance your facial features. Neutral Tones* are suitable for every eye color and skin complexion! Try as many neutral shades as possible before your big day in order to find your perfect match!

For this Eye MakeUp Look, I used the Urban Decay “Born to Run” palette! For the lips, I have chosen a MAC Cosmetics Lip Liner and a lipstick by a well known Greek MUA Dimitris Stamatiou and his Cosmetic Brand Dimitris Stamatiou Beauty

I kept the lip as soft as possible (again this is a matter of aesthetics), but in case you are a person who loves a bold lip, then, by all means go for it!

If you guys wish to have a full product break down, you can now visit my IG Account Anastasia Balatsouka MUA where you can find additional information about this look!

*Neutral Tones: Neutral Tones can be either warm or cool! Find your perfect match for your big day!

Disclaimer: This post is NOT sponsored. All the links here are for easier access to the brand’s site in order to get more info about the products used on this look!

Thank you for your time here! I really appreciate it! Till next time… much love and stay safe.




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