Essex's Leanne Perilly Make-up Artist tells us how to create a make-up look for a candlelit December wedding...
For cosy winter nuptials, I'd recommend applying rich colours to add warmth and radiance to your complexion, ensuring you look your best in pictures. If the colours are too light or soft they won't be visible in this setting. For the eyes, try a warm palette of bronze, gold and chocolate to add depth and definition. Complement this with a warm, natural blusher. I like MAC Mineralize Blush in Warm Soul, which has a soft shimmer for added radiance. MAC's highlighter in Soft and Gentle is great to emphasise the cheekbones and features.
Complete this look with a deep pink lip colour such as Mehr by MAC. This is a beautiful bridal colour, which will look amazing in photos for years to come. Bear in mind that the shades you use need to reflect your wedding flowers and coordinate with your overall theme. Richer colours tend to be enjoyed in winter months so this beauty look would be perfect.
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