This year, one of my favorite makeup artists, and creator of my favorite makeup line, Charotte Tilbury created the look for the Angels - and it’s stunning. While you’re welcome to recreate her look, I’ve done a more wearable version of both the makeup and hair in the video below.
I know most people get amped for the dress, but the makeup most excites me. (Don't get it twisted - I jumped up and down screaming "IT'S McQUEEN! IT'S McQUEEEEEEEN!" the second I saw Kate's dress.) Especially with a celebrity like Meghan, who often has red carpet makeup done, it's always so interesting to see what direction she takes with a wedding makeup look.
I was just discussing lip injections with a friend. When done correctly, they make your face look more balanced and refreshed (like any good treatment should). The downside is that they are expensive and require upkeep. If you want plum (er) lips without committing to injections, I have a few tips that have noticeably changed the size and shape of my lips over time.
We won't discuss brand-specific products today, only because everyone's needs are different. Instead, we'll go over the basic products you'll need to create your signature look.
Last week, I offered three questions that will help you begin to define your signature look (find them HERE). My answers are as follows...