Emily wrote to me via her amazing wedding planner, organiser and caterer extraordinaire Georgie Goodman of At Home Catering. Emily wanted herself and her bridal party to look classic, elegant and very refined.
The morning of we started with Emily’s gorgeous sister, Naomi. Flawless glowing skin, perfect for winter candle light and a sultry, slate grey smokey eyes with plenty of sparkle to add depth and dimension.
A wonderful make up artist and hair styling friend and colleague of mine, Patrizia was on hand for the Groom’s party to help them feel and look fabulous.
Emily wanted a deep smokey eye in chocolate tones, nothing too dark as we didn’t want to wash out her complexion. We added individual lashes to thicken hers and pot rouge blushers to contour and add sheen to her skin.
Emily’s hair, like many of my clients was super fine. Pre trial we conversed over Skype and email about possible treatments and specific conditioners to help thicken the appearance and promote healthy growth.
To add density and volume to Emily’s style I used a small piece of hair styling donut along with thickening and volumising products to a blow dry and roller set.
Her French roll was finished off beautifully with a pearl hair piece.
How absolutely LUMINOUS is this Bride?! Absolutely exquisite. Kudos to Eddie Judd for capturing.
Emily and her Bridesmaids. A vintage French roll and red lip, and a smokey lined eye and half up for Caroline and Kelly.
Patrizia working her magic on Noa, the sister of the Groom. A super natural, gorgeous evening make up.
SO much love for this bride and the work of Eddie Judd!
An incredible festive chuppah.
Make Up and Hair Styling for the Bridal Party: Kylie McMichael
Photography: Eddie Judd
Make Up and Hair Styling Assistant: Patrizia Lio
Planning, Styling and Catering: At Home Catering
Wedding Venue: Hedsor House
As featured in You and Your Wedding Sept/Oct 2017