Second part of the photo shooting published on Magazyn Wesele and SweetWedding.pl! Bonfire, wolfs, horses and a big love of Zuza and Olek <3 Rustic atmosphere, rustic stylization, makeup and details. What about bridal photo shooting? How it looks like with a makeup? Let’s start!
Make-up for the wedding photo session
Wedding photo session is a one in a lifetime, you need to look perfect. Camera lens has no mercy – your skin should look flawless, fresh and lightly and be full cover with no imperfections or redness on it at the same time.
Make-up for the bride
The wedding photo session make-up don’t need to be the same as at the wedding day. A lot of brides makes everything different at their photo session. They are buying a new gown in a new style, has different hairstyle and different make-up. Sometimes sessions are more artistic or creative, so the make-up can be so. You shouldn’t do the make-up by yourself because your household cosmetics are not professional. You can discuss your ideas with your make-up artist and set everything in one style: stylization, make-up, details, jewellery… The make-up should be more expressive and illuminated than at the wedding day.
Make-up for the groom
Yes, yes! The groom should have make-up as well! Why? The face can’t be reddened and gleam, the make-up should cover all the imperfections or spots. The make-up artist should always remember about the ears and the forehead make-up, using also the setting spray.
Wedding photo session at the wedding day – the same make-up?
Sometimes the wedding couple decide to have the wedding party and the photo shooting at the same day. Why I think it’s a bad idea? The bridal day make-up should looks perfect in the artificial light, and the other – mostly in the daily light. Don’t give up the additional day to celebrate – do the wedding photo session!
FOTO: Ewa Lena Brzozowska
Venue: Dom Tkacza, Stajnia Podolin, Rosciszów, Walbrzych, Poland
Concept, Design & Styling: KOWALSKA Events
Backstage Photography: Wild Weddings Photography
Florals & Decor: Paper Flower Art
Light Decorations: Modern Light Service
Gingerbreads: Piernikarnia Śląska
Stationery: Metier – Galeria Rękodzieła – Zaproszenia ślubne
Hair Styling: Paulina Mencnarowska Chwała, Chmiest Academy of Hair Design
Make-Up Artist: Kasia Wrona the stylist and make up artist
Wedding Dress: Karolina Twardowska Atelier
Groom’s Look: Giacomo Conti, DIUK Ubieramy mężczyzn multibrand shop, ZARA
Bride’s Accessories: Lucja Zajac Atelier, Kasia Rodak Design
Groom’s Accessories: Plantwear, The Bow Bow Ties, Zaczyk Wood Rings
Wedding Rings: Zaczyk Wood Rings