Bridal makeup (and day-to-day makeup…in fact, all makeup) should enhance your natural beauty and should create certain illusions…as well as hide certain things. Your makeup on your wedding day should look natural yet last all day, and this is done by applying makeup in thin layers. To wet your appetite, here are some examples of the exact look I’m going to discuss below.
You don’t have to be Martha Stewart to create your dream home. Just follow our easy decor tips and tricks.
If you are looking for an exclusive hiring company for your wedding, then you need to take note of Sitting Pretty. This brand new hiring company offers beautiful chairs as well as coloured glasses to hire. They can also help you with custom made serviettes.
It’s every girl’s dream to put her own unique stamp on her wedding day, details that will be remembered by guests for years to come. And in an age of inspiring wedding blogs and crafty brides, DIY has taken on a whole new meaning – with nearlyweds hand making anything from stationery to cakes and wedding day attire.
I am beyond thrilled to be a part of this team and I hope that over the next few weeks, I can help answer some of your beauty and makeup questions…and give you a little insight into the makeup world so that your wedding day runs as smoothly as possible.
Today we are starting a new beauty and make-up series together with creative genius Candice Mac Nicol. This Durban girl is not only make-up artist but also hair stylist, art director and fashion stylist. Her company is called “playplay creations” because she believes that nothing should ever be too serious and everything should be fun and inspiring.
Today we have something for the grooms, and I know you will just love it. The beautiful pictures in today’s feature were styled by Sybil and Rozanne, from Moi Styling. They started by only styling brides for their wedding day, but have now also expanded to help male clients. And what a great concept!
Okasie needs no introduction here in South Africa. But, for those who don’t know them , they are one of the leading floral design companies in South Africa. Okasie is renowned for their unique floral compositions, which they like to call floral art.
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