|Everybody always forget the groom on the wedding day, put I knew my groom would need a little help, he is in New Orleans. If he partied like I think he did the night before then L’OREAL Paris Men Expert Eye Roller would be needed.|
|Getting the bride glamxurious for her big day in New Orleans|
|The gorgeous wedding party on the trolley heading to the church|
|Getting my camera time with my bride before she walk down the aisle|
|As the bride & groom walk out the church they are greeted by an amazing choir|
|Cody & Nicole|
A fun and glamxurious way to bring out the color in your eyes on your wedding day is with L’OREAL Double Extend Illuminator Mascara. This is a nice treat for a day or destination bride who prefers to wear very minimum makeup, leaving her eyes to be the main focus.
*BLACK COLOR FOR BLUE EYES
*BLACK BRONZE FOR GREEN EYES
*BLACK QUARTZ FOR BROWN EYES
*BLACK CRYSTAL FOR ALL EYES
Photos courtesy of L’OREAL Paris
You may remember me mentioning meeting with my bride one morning. At her bridal consultation she brought with her a beautiful red & gold headpiece that was going to be the inspiration for the makeup. Quyn wanted to have a little of the Indian culture in her wedding so the headpiece in her sari would be a perfect touch. Since her bridal consultation Quyn visited her favorite bridal jewelry store showroom in New York, Tejani and fell in love with a beautiful necklace. So I tweaked the makeup just a little still keeping her makeup soft and elegant. I decided to play with the silver in her sari using OCC pigment called Iced. I then smoked her eyes out just a little using a taupe eyeshadow. I lined her eyes with L’OREAL HIP Cream Eyeliner in brown and added brown individual lashes from Ardell. On Quyn lips I used SMASHBOX lip enhancing full color in Aura.
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