Every pale girl (myself included) knows the struggle. You’re prepping for your big event, you’ve organized your hair, makeup, outfit, and accessories, and you’re ready to slay your look, but there’s one problem… #palepeopleproblems. You’re feeling washed out, blotchy, or worse. Here’s what you need to know about your sunless transformation into a Grecian Goddess.
Another plus of this innovative brand is that they are Canadian and owned by a strong female CEO Debbie Bondar. Who doesn’t LOVE that?! She avidly promotes the genuine girl, who uses makeup to empower her to live fearlessly and meet her goals. I love the message behind this brand, but what I love even more is that all you pro makeup artists out there can snag it up for 40% off with your Preferred Pro Program.
Let’s be honest.. who doesn’t want to be the most fresh-faced glowy bitch on their wedding day…? I am right ?! Having any texture on the skin is a big no-no and will stop your skin from looking smooth and flawless both in person and in photos. As much as we can try and rely on makeup, foundation and correctors do a better job at covering tone, than any texture. Your makeup will only look as good as the skin prepped underneath! If you only get one take-away from my blog post, I hope it’s this: prepping your skin will make or break the performance of your makeup. You are dancing with the devil when you go to put contour over patchy skin! Do your homework and determine what products will reduce the texture on your skin, so your makeup lays and blends harmoniously.
We’ve all had those sweaty makeup days, where your foundation comes sliding off your face, or those bad hair days where every strand falls flat. They actually happen probably more than one would like to admit. That being said, this shouldn’t be the case on your wedding day. I can’t stress the importance enough of having a makeup and hair trial. With a practice run, you can try out multiple looks to solidify which elements are best suited for you and your overall wedding vision. Also, you can try out the longevity of the makeup and hair, to in future, be able to tweak where need be. I’ve seen unprepared brides squander their trials and I don’t want that to be you. So, I’ve come up with a list of expert tips that will prepare you for the best, most pampering experience!
Hey Brides! Ever find yourself scrolling on Pinterest confused with the endless possibilities? In a sea of a million different options, it can be hard to decipher which style will best suit your wedding vision and hair qualities. After getting multiple requests for the same style, its become pretty clear what is trending this year. Now, I am going to share with you, my secret list! Here are the hairstyles you should consider for your special day & why:
Hello my wonderful people, today I am going to share with you, all about my little baby, Audrey, aka, Beauty En Route. I’m finally ready to share inside “the experience” with everyone, why I created it, how I created it and the impact its had on my business. This is going to be a long-ish one, so grab your coffee and let’s get to it!
When booking your hair and makeup stylist for your wedding, there is a lot to consider. Naturally, you’ll start by doing some research for companies in your area. Before you even take the step to reach out to them, review their testimonials to see what previous brides said about their experience. Portfolio’s and marketing can be misleading, but a review won’t lie, especially if there are multiple bride’s with the same story.
I close my eyes and I can see the bride- beaded from head to toe- step out of her vintage car and into her party filled with guests dressed to the nines. Silk, chiffon, taffeta, fringe and sequenced dresses. Headbands, crowns, and hair comb decorating the ladies hair. Wearing purses covered with gold mesh and glittering beads matched with long gloves, fringe shawl or boa and cigarette holder in hand. The “era of wonderful nonsense," the 20’s were full of lavish parties with lavish people, all swishing and swaying to roaring 20’s jazz.
Today, I am sharing with you 5 ways a Goddess Session effects your self-worth. What is a Goddess Session you ask? Simply put, a Goddess Session is an experienced designed to bring out what makes “you” you and capture this essence. This session is a contemporary approach to the more traditional style of boudoir photography. Unlike anything else, this is not going to be an hour staged awkward poses and forced smiling. Intimate, raw and shameless, the products of this experience will speak volumes to you!
You see another pretty model as you flip through a magazine, but do you ever stop to think about what goes on behind scenes? The concept of a photoshoot (I mean beyond your wedding or perhaps your headshot) may be associated only with cities like New York, that have bustling fashion industries and a million brands. But, that’s actually not the case. In fact, beauty and editorials are even done here in the small town of Vancouver. A stripped down, makeup focused shoot is an excellent