Mini Interview with Ita Kelly of Polished Ireland
- June 10, 2014
- Bridal Galway, Bridal Make-up, ita kelly, make up artist Leitrim, Mobile beautician Sligo, polished ireland, wedding make up donegal, wedding make up monaghan
The day before the pre-wedding shoot:
+ Get your eyebrows professional trimmed (if you are unable to do it yourself)
+ Slap on a mask before heading to bed // Moisturise as much as you can.
+ Apply a generous amount of lip balm too.
On the morning of:
Step 1: Start with a clean and moisturised face, then apply lip balm and make-up base.
Step 2: Use liquid foundation or cream foundation for stronger coverage.
Step 3: Apply concealer only on areas that need the extra coverage like blemishes, dark and/or red spots. You don’t want to have a caked-up face.
Step 4: If you don’t have bronzer or a darker foundation shade, you can always use brown eyeshadow for shading. Apply it around the corners of your face – near the hair line, the sides of your nose (for a sharpening illusion) and the jaw areas (for a slimming illusion). Once satisfied, set with loose/pressed powder.
Step 5: Using an eye primer to help your eye shadow last longer. For this tutorial, I used pink as the base colour and bronze to overlap it.
Step 6: Apply white eyeshadow just at the edge of your eyebrow bone. Highlighting your brow bone will help define your brows, and give your eyes a fresh and widening effect.