With Sadie Jean Sloss, makeup artist and owner of Scottish apothecary apothecary /apoth·e·cary/ (ah-poth´e-kar?e) pharmacist.
n. pl. a·poth·e·car·ies Abbr. ap.
1. , DollyLeo, www.dollyleo.co.uk QI'M getting married in June and costs are spiralling. I can't afford a make-up artist for the bridal party, so is there anything I can do to create picture perfect skin on my big day? A YOUR base is so important but even more crucial is the canvas. Start with DIY DIY
DIY or d.i.y. Brit, Austral & NZ do-it-yourself
do it yourself a DIY shop/job. facials now and invest in a good cleanser, toner and moisturiser, and use religiously twice a day. Nude Skincare's Cleansing Facial Oil (pounds 28) and Dr Alkaitis Daily Moisturiser (pounds 65) are great all rounders. Boost cell renewal through weekly exfoliation exfoliation /ex·fo·li·a·tion/ (eks-fo?le-a´shun)
1. a falling off in scales or layers.
2. the removal of scales or flakes from the surface of the skin.
3. and brightening mask in one, such as Nude Deep Cleansing Mask (pounds 28). On the day itself, I'd invest with a Becca Silky Hydrating Primer (pounds 30) which is firm favourite with many a makeup artist as it effortlessly prepares the skin creating a soft, smooth surface for foundation. It will also ensure foundation lasts longer. Lastly, Becca's Luminous Skin Colour (pounds 33) is a fantastic sheer foundation which instantly improves the complexion while looking natural on the skin. Finally, warm up skin with a peach blush with a subtle shimmer, and define eyes while keeping them similar.
All available from DollyLeo.