The seaside theme to Rachael’s day had an exotic twist, reflected in the orchids her wore in her hair and carried in her bouquet. The beach theme then played out in splattering of tiny starfish shells mixed though her flowers and her beautiful shimmering dress, which she’d customized herself with extra golden sequined.
Wet wipes are the Devil. No really they are. Don’t get me wrong, they have their purposes. But cleansing your face appropriately, for me isn’t one of them. I get told all too often by clients that their skin care regime consists of steering a branded face wipe across their face, splashing with some hot water and slathering a dollop of pointless moisturiser on. They do wonder why I end up staring at them aghast. I then ask them when the last time they washed under their arms or their feet with a just a wet wipe was… A music festival last summer? Exactly, why should you treat your face the same way?
The look I wanted to create for this shoot was a classic, fresh look with dewy skin and a simple classic up do. The most asked for make up look for brides is the natural look, where the make up accentuates the features you want to highlight and enhances your natural beauty without looking too heavy and overly made up.
Recently there have been several popular TV dramas based in the Edwardian times, which has opened a surge of excitement and interest from brides wanting to recreate the styles.
The Sixties were an amazing era for fashion, and with a decade full of fashion icons its no surprise that Sixties inspired fashion has been a constant trend on the Catwalks. Its started last year, and is definitely proving to be a look that isn’t going to budge – instead its becoming even more of a trend. The inspiration is now moving off the runways and magazines and right into daily style for many of today’s ladies. The trick is taking the old, and taking the new modernized catwalk looks and fusing together something that works for you, be it everyday work looks, going out style or even as a bridal look.