I usually do not do this. So talking about 'beauty' in this forum. You know that. The reason is quite straightforward - I work with it every day - are employed in the world's largest beauty house, L'Oréal, as a Nordic digital boss. And although the intersection between digital and beauty so is a big part of my life and in many ways a passion, it's now very nice to keep things a little separated. But one beauty post or two (well ... there actually comes one to) do do not blog for a beauty blog - and I can by no means pride myself on being objective, consider instead this as a bride confessions ...
For my wedding I had been given a Sine Ginsborg to stand for my bride look. Nominated for this year's makeup artist at the Elle Style Awards four years in a row and wins in both 2014 and 2016. She is the country's best. She is the Key Makeup Artist for L'Oréal Paris in Denmark, and it was all the way through that I got hold of her to my wedding. And now that I had the opportunity, it was all meant to be like, just on my big day. I wanted the-best-of-the-best.
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On the day I gave Sine free rein - before we had talked about that I overalls went for a quite classical bride look, both in terms of dress choices, hair and makeup. I thought it was something with a dark eye and a nude lip and Sine agreed. We had no test session or else (it does not when you put someone like Sine on the job), so on the day I sat back, closed his eyes and let His work here magic. I would even do look after in Italy (there did I even hair and makeup .. tilabge here in another post), so I made sure to note me exactly what products Sine used and so we talked about this and that - this resulted in the following short interview in which I hope the sitting some other brides-to-be out there that can benefit from. I used any rate tiiiimer to google tips for wedding look and 'the best wedding look products' before my wedding, haha.
Most brides dream of perfect skin for their wedding pictures - do you have any good tips on what to do in the weeks leading up to the wedding to ensure the perfect wedding glow? Sleep and water is crucial. Mine. 2 liters of water a day and 8 hours of sleep. In addition, it is important with exercise and healthy food - but also to clean the skin gently morning and evening, moisten each day with both daily moisturizer, serum, eye cream and night cream and like to complement with a gentle face mask a few times a week - as the new Glow Clay mask by L'Oréal Paris
- ... And what about the day? We would prefer not shine, but do not look for powdered out; what is the perfect recipe? If the skin is moisturized from the inside is easier to work with from the outside. It should be cleaned and so be built up without the overgør. Start with day cream with SPF, primer, concealer and a light foundation or BB cream. Then it is important to keep the skin fresh and simple with a little blush or bronzer complemented by highlights on the cheekbones, bridge of the nose and cupid's bow. It's also a good idea to round off with a fixing spray, so look holder. NYX has one who is really good, but next year will launch L'Oréal Paris's own version, which I look forward to working with.