Friday, 1 June 2012

Severn Valley Railway Vintage Bridal Shoot

Back in March I showed you behind the scene's images from a great vintage theme bridal photoshoot I was part of. Now the final images are ready, I thought I would share them with you and list what make-up I used to create the three looks from the shoot.
The shoot has already been feature on the amazing Love My Dress Blog, check it out here. Love My Dress blog is a great read for any of you brides to be or people who are generally interested in pretty things mainly to do with weddings.

Here's the images from the shoot.

Make up used to create the look's for the shoot

A classic 1950's look was created on Sarah using Mac gel eyeliner in blacktrack to create a winged eye this was applied onto a base of virgin and buck from the Urban decay Naked Pallet. Red lips were created using Inglot lipstick in shade 63, lovely classic colour for a red lip.

On Natalie I decided to create a  soft smokey brown eye with nude lips. To create the smokey eye I used Half Baked and Smog from the urban decay naked pallet, which is a favourite of mine in my kit. On the lips I used Nude lipliner from No7 with Lancome gloss in 206 over the top.

For Rachael's eyes I used Benefit's Big Beautiful Eyes pallet and I used a pink on the lips from Mac pro longwear range called Unlimited. I love the Mac pro longwear range of lipsticks, they last on the lips without drying them out.

I work with a fantastic team to create these images, thank you to everyone that was involved in the shoot.

Dresses: Georgina Scott Bridal (

Dresses included designer: Madeline Issac James (
Lou Lou (
Augusta Jones (

Hairstylist: Natalie Morgan (

Make-up: Chloe McCall (

Flowers: Passion for Flowers (

Cakes: Kimmy Loves Cake (

Venue: Severn valley railway (


Natalie Evans

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