Saturday, August 15, 2015

Bridal Makeup Glam Makeup Look Ft. Esqido Lashes

Today I have for you guys my second and last bridal look featuring *Esqido False Eyelashes. This second look is more Glam then the first look if you remember the first look was more natural and soft. So please click on read more and check out this glam bridal makeup look :)

photo of bridal makeup

Esqido Lashes are mink lashes made from shed hairs of mink, they are also made with a soft cotton band as well they can be worn many times over when taken good care of.

Lashlorette are the lashes I picked for this look as they are have medium volume they are not flared out on one side which makes them versatile to wear for many looks for a bride and they are very glam and add volume and length without being heavy on the eyes.

photo of Bridal Makeup

photo of Bridal Makeup

photo of Bridal Makeup

photo of Bridal Makeup

photo of Bridal Makeup
 Products Used
NYX Q10 Renew Primer
Becca Shimmer Skin Pefector Opal
Sephora Collection Bright Future Gel Serum Concealer 13
Sephora Collection Bright Future Gel Serum Concealer 14
Ben Nye Banana Luxury Powder
MUFE HD Blush 420 Indian Rosewood
Becca Jaclyn Hill Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed Champagne Pop

Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade Ebony

Too Faced Shadow Insurance Eye Shadow Primer
Smashbox Double Exposure 
Kat Von D Autograph Pencil Immortal Love
Josie Maran Argan Black Oil Macara
Esqido Lashes Lashorette

Kat Von D Liquid Lipstick Double Dare 

To achieve this look I started by filling in my brows using Dip Brow and then I primed my face with a face primer. You can do the primer step first but for some reason I just like doing my brows first and then primer. 

Once I primed my eyes I applied the copper shadow from the Double Exposure palette to my lid. This is called copper but it's really a bronze shade I feel. Then in my crease I mixed Fig and Veiled. With a large crease brush I applied this to my crease and stop at my brow bone. Then I went in with a smaller crease brush and applied Espresso and Temper to my crease and stop in the center of my lid. Next a took the matte black shade called Noir and with a small crease brush I went in with a light amount of  black and deepen my outer v, building up the black to the amount a wanted.

For the bottom lash line I used Fig and then I applied Noir with a small brush to the outer part of my lower lash line. Next I lined my waterline with a brown liner. Once I finished I highlighted my brow bone with Quartz and I also highlighted my tear duct with Champagne Pop.

Once I was done with the shadows I applied my Esqido Lashes in Lashorette and mascara on my bottom lashes only.

For my face I decided not to contour and to only highlight or to do strobing as it's called. For this I used a Becca highlighter and I placed this product on my cheek bone, bridge of my nose, cupids bow, forehead and chin. As well after I primed my face I also went in before I used a pressed highlighter and I used a liquid one and applied that to the same areas as I did with the pressed highlighter. 

Next I applied a cream blush and then a liquid lipstick that is long lasting in a pink tone. Once I was completely done I set my face with a makeup setting spray for a lasting hold on my makeup! 


  1. This is a beautiful makeup look- I love the lip colour!

    Lucy // Ooh La Luce

  2. Wow, this is a very beautiful pictures !!!

    With love, Nastya Deutsch ♡

  3. Your lipstick color is incredible xx

  4. I love the makeup you created, it's absolutely stunning and the Kat Von D lipstick looks amazing on you too. I wish I know how to wear falsies but I'm horrible with them.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

  5. Great post! Hope you have a lovely day.

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