On my Makeup by Bree Facebook page I was asked to do a Zombie tutorial. Since I had never done anything like that before I thought why not? I love a good challenge and I also want to make Halloween looks (and tutorial videos) that people will find useful.
So. I sat down, got out all of my makeup and decided to try my best. This is what I came up with. It is my take on a Zombie Fairy (unfortunately I didn't have wings - so you will have to use your imagination). Note: I have never watched a Zombie movie or tutorial ( I am rated G! I am not kidding) but promise to do my homework for next year!
If you want to re-create this look watch the video below to find out how. The products are listed here as well as in the description beneath the video on YouTube.
So, you're getting married. Congrats! What an exciting time in your life. I am sure that with all of that planning you have to do for the big day, makeup is probably not at the top of the list. I am not here to say it should be, don't worry. I am here to offer you some advice on the basics for bridal makeup.
First things first, take a good long look at your makeup collection (or if you're me, in your makeup trunk!) and see if there are things you're planning on using that might need to be replaced. No one wants to have clumpy mascara in wedding photos. So, take a look. If you've invested in a few key items such as: foundation, concealer, and primer and they are working for you, stick with it! The last thing you want on your wedding day is to have a reaction to an unfamiliar product.
Okay, now that you've taken a look at what you have, here is a checklist of items I would make sure are in your wedding makeup kit:
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I am a freelance makeup artist who works out of Waterloo. I am an Ontario qualified teacher with a passion for makeup. I love to help people look and feel their very best!