Sunday, September 4, 2011

My Point of View: Kim Kardashian's Wedding Look

So my favorite Kardashian member got married a few weeks ago,
and I've seen a lot of makeup gurus doing makeup inspired looks from her wedding day. 
Kim kept her gown and makeup concept a secret before "the day" 
but the world is aware that a very awesome makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic 
and her amazing glam squad will turn her into a goddess which made me excited again.

I'm kinda disappointed with her look on day the itself,
or maybe I just get used to her glowing bronzed bombshell everyday makeup
that she looked different for me.
I also saw her wax figure for Madame Tussauds prior to her big day, 
which gave me an idea on what to expect but it turned out differently. 
I think I shouldn't judge it in the first place coz honestly 
I haven’t seen many photos and videos of her as well. 
Many were saying that she looked like an Armenian princess.
I heard she really wants to look different, different from her image. 
It was Nicole Richie who gave her the idea for her wedding day.

I was blog whoring and googling everything about her makeup from her wedding
and finally Mario Dedivanovic posted from his blog on how to get Kim’s look. 
All the informations here were owned by Mario from his blog:

Here’s the break down of products used and the step by step guide:

To prep Kims skin, I used The Moisturizing Lotion by La Mer all over the face and neck.
I applied Diorskin Nude Natural Glow Hydrating Makeup by Dior to even out the skin tone.
To cover and highlight under the eyes, I used By Terry’s Touche Veloutee concealer.
I set her makeup using Chanel Poudre Universelle Libre Natural Finish Loose Powder.

I brushed Kim’s brows then filled them in using
L’Oreal Paris Brow Stylist Custom Brow Shaping Pencil in Light Brown.
To define and play up Kim’e eyes,
I used Lancôme 5 Pan Eyeshadow Palette in Golden Frenzy
 I swept the light golden shade all over the lids and 
 I applied the darker shade along her crease with a small liner brush.
 I used  the lightest shadow on the brow bone to highlight.
Along the lower lash line,  I swept a touch of the golden/bronze shades, 
focusing more towards the outer corners.
I lined her eyes (top lid only) using Cover Girl Line Exact Liquid Liner in Very Black.
 Start out with a thin line at the inner corner and
gradually thicken the line as you go towards the outer corners. 
 Wing the liner up and out.
To give her lashes (both top and bottom)  more length and volume,
I applied two coats of Lancôme Hypnôse Doll Lashes mascara in So Black!

On the apples of cheeks,
I applied Lancôme Blush Subtil in Rose Romantique.
(A sheer peachy tone)
 Smile and sweep right on the apple blending out and up.
To warm up Kims skin and contour her cheeks,
I used Guerlain Terracotta bronzing powder.
I brushed a bit all along the hairline and  jawline.
 I  also applied some along the hollows of her cheeks to contour.
I gave Kim radiant, glowing skin with Giella’s Eye M Glam highlighter
 I applied some along her cheek bones to give a dewey effect,
on the bridge of her nose, cupids bow (right above the center of upper lip) 
and  I also swept it along her decolletage, shoulders and arms. 
Lastly,  I applied it to the inner corners of her eyes
using a small liner brush to brighten and open the eyes.

I defined her lips using YSL Dessin Des Levres lipliner in Nude Beige
followed by Lancôme’s L’Absolu Nu lipstick in Coral Sand.
(A sheer peachy lipstick.)
I finished off her lips by adding a touch of shine with
Lancôme La Laque Fever lipgloss in Ravishing Coral.
(Very pretty color for any skin tone)
To keep Kim looking fresh from the day and into the evening,
I used TATCHA Aburatorigami Japanese Blotting Papers
 (They’re all natural and powder free.)

Although she looked amazing,
I prefer her makeup look from her wax figure in Madam Tussauds. 
It’s more Kim-like for me.

Also, I’m hoping I could get my hands on her limited edition Love perfume that she wore that day.

 The gorgeous Kardashian/Jenner sisters all dressed in white.

Check out Pixiwoo, she made a tutorial using other makeup products.

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