DIY Bridesmaid Makeup for Glamorous Fall Wedding

I have fallen in love with makeup over the years. I’ve tried tons of things on this blog, and I think, if it’s okay to say, I’m getting pretty decent at doing my own makeup.

I am in NO WAY a professional, but I adore the makeup I did for a recent wedding and wanted to share.

Let me paint a picture; this wedding was Oscar’s glam. It was at a gorgeous location, long chiffon dresses for the bridesmaids with rose gold glitter on the bust of the dress, and overall a relaxed elegance feel.

Here’s the makeup I did for the day!


Here’s what I used:naked-palette

Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Kit
Naked Palette Tease in Crease
Naked Palette Blackout and Busted in Outer V
Coulorpop Tea party on lid
Stila Eye Liner for top lid
Velour Lashes


Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation: 2 shades mixed 4.25 and 3.75 and blended out with beauty Blender
Forgot my own concealer (the tragedy) had to borrow a friends
Hoola Bronzer
Lorac Moonlight Highlighter– if you have irish skin put down everything and get this now.

If I missed anything and you’re wondering just ask!

Here’s some more pics from the day. I set everything with Skindavia Bridal spray, this stuff is legit. I adore it, it was 90 degrees that day and my face was good all day.

The small photo on the bottom left is my makeup at the very end of the night, which for me dancing all night, is pretty dang good.

Super happy with how this turned out and debating my makeup for the next wedding I’m in in 2 weeks. Yup, 2 weddings, bridesmaids in both, 2 weeks apart 🙂

Wish me luck on the next makeup adventure and if you have a killer eye look that I can try out, send it my way. Going for a more rocker chic eye makeup with a fun side part all pulled to one side with my hair.

Here’s to the next makeup adventure!

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