Get The Look - Editorial Makeup Goes Natural


When I recently shared images of this shoot on Instagram, a few of you requested if I could share the products used to create this look! Of course, I am always happy to share which organic/natural/cruelty-free products can achieve pro-quality editorial results!
It actually gets me very excited.
I have been teaching makeup workshops on the topic of natural makeup lately again, so if you are interested in learning more and keen to attend an upcoming one, please get in touch, via comments or email and I will make sure you will be the first in the know, once new dates are confirmed! :)

This editorial look was a campaign for Bride La Boheme, the designer was after a very ethereal, natural no-makeup makeup look...


Get The Look:
Below are the products to achieve the look

Skin Prep:
Edible Beauty Exotic Goddess Ageless Serum, press into the skin for extra hydration and instant plumping
Vanilla Silk Hydrating Lotion, massage into the skin for glow, circulation and to create a smooth base for your foundation.
(remember to use code LIV15 if you want to purchase Edible Beauty Products, for 15% off!)

Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Creme & Beyond Matte HD Setting Powder, use a flat foundation brush and apply from the centre and blend outwards. Only a tiny amount needed. Use Powder very lightly through the centre/t-zone.
Setting: Jane Iredale D2O Setting Spray, spray generously as the last step to set makeup in place.
Undereye Concealer: Enlighten Concealer

Using the Nude&Noir Bijou Palette, via The V-Spot Shade "Diamond" as a highlight on cheekbones, nose & cupid's bow. Shade "Jasper" as a blush on the apple of the cheek.

"Wedding Cake" by The Beauty Archive as prep and vegan lip balm
Using "Jasper" from the Nude&Noir Bijou Palette, via The V-Spot

Ere Perez Waterproof Mascara
Nu Evolution Eye Shadow in Versailles
Jane Iredale Jelly Jar Eyeliner in Brown
Retractable Eyebrow Pencil in Brunette

There you have it! A great mix of so many great natural products by outstanding companies.
I hope this was helpful!