Photos of the gorgeous bride, Agata, have now been added to! Other than being blessed with obviously amazing genes, a couple of products that were key in achieving Agata's natural beauty bridal look were:

1. L'oreal Liquid Eyeliner
Longlasting and waterproof - this liquid liner is a bride's best friend! Keep the line tight (rather than thick) to the lashes for more of a naturally enhanced look that will still make your eyes pop.

2. Quo lashes (available at Shoppers Drug Mart)
Agata's look was all about lashes - we used Quo lashes in #801 for a full-on fringe to frame her beautiful eyes. I'm a huge fan of Quo lashes (good quality, amazing pricepoint of $6 CDN!). I opt for the ones that are more of a natural length when it comes to my bridal clients.

3. Duo Lash Glue
Your lashes will stay put day into night with this super eyelash adhesive. I've tried other brands, but the consistent performance of Duo's Lash Glue puts it at the top of my list!

ARTIST TIP: Liquid liner works well to conceal the false eyelash band. Apply the liquid liner before the false lashes are on so you can access all the tiny gaps in the lashline. (Once the lashes are on, it becomes more difficult to fill in the tiny gaps along the eyelash line). After the false eyelashes have been applied, add more liquid liner to conceal the band and perfect the line (see photo above).

See more of the lovely Bride here!

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Posted by Rhia Amio, Make-up Artist | 8:30 PM | , , , , , , , | 3 comments »


  1. MakeupByRenRen // June 25, 2009 at 9:41 AM  

    gorgeous...i'm a huge liquid liner user too...i have a question...i noticed you're using the liner applicator directly on the you buy a liner for each bride or sanitize the brush before redipping? i usually dump out some liquid liner on a palette and use a liner brush but i'd love to see how you do it...also, check out eve pearl black lash glue, duo used to be my fave but this one dries so much quicker!

  2. Rhia Amio, Make-up Artist // June 26, 2009 at 9:13 PM  

    I usually swipe some liquid on the back of my hand and use with the brush, but sometimes I prefer the intensity/control of using the brush in the package. I always thoroughly sanitize with alcohol then spray with water and wring it dry before redipping (absplutely that's a given!). I usually replace the liquid liner every month, or sooner depending on the number of weddings/shoots. Probably not the most economical, but the safest!

  3. Rhia Amio, Make-up Artist // June 26, 2009 at 9:14 PM  

    p.s. thanks for the lash tip! I'll have to look for that up here in Toronto somewhere!

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