TEMPTU makeup used in Priscilla of Boston’s Something Borrowed

May 12, 2011  |  Press

Celebrity makeup artist Mosha Katani lent her flawless artistry to Priscilla of Boston’s second brand film, Something Borrowed. Mosha replicated the look she created for the Melissa Sweet ad campaign by (originally done using our AQUA formula) blending creamy foundations with an ultra dewy effect using TEMPTU PRO Airbrush Makeup. Lucky for us, Mosha shared how she created the flawless bridal look for the video. A Flawless Base:
For our bride’s foundation I used TEMPTU PRO’s S/B formula. The silicone base gave a slip that was perfect for Jordan’s skin. It was easy to blend and gave her a glowy completion.

- To create Jordan’s perfect shade, I mixed S/B Foundation shades in 003 Ivory, 001 Porcelain, and a drop of 002 Blush Ivory. I used this blend all over her face and exposed skin.

- Next I combined 006 Toffee and 001 Porcelain to faintly lighten the shade and create a defined, yet soft contour.

Blushing Bride:

- For Blush I mixed 045 Peony, 040 Blush, 044 Nectar, and a drop of S/B Foundation in 003 Ivory. This was a beautiful blend of colors on Jordan that was undetectable, and transformed her into a glowing blushing bride.

Gorgeous Glow:

- I loved using the S/B Highlighter in 050 Pink Pearl along areas of Jordan’s face, down her nose, and along her upper cheek bone.

- To finish the look, I added a drop of 053 Champagne Shimmer for a glistening effect along her neck and collar bone. Everything was kept clean and diffused for the optimal beauty and bridal look.

I also airbrushed our male model. I think real grooms can get away with a little tiny mist to give their skin a flawless glow on their big day too. They can totally get away with it because the mist-like spray is so fine it’s undetectable!

I love that with TEMPTU I can cover any skin discoloration or blemishes. The speed to apply foundation, contour, blush and highlighter is awesome. After applying the eye makeup I spray the face and body and am done in just a few minutes. Also, I love the versatility of the colors and convenience of mixing straight into the airbrush cup. It’s so easy to clean!

Check back tomorrow for the at-home makeup version, sans-mixing!

Now you’ve read all about the makeup take a moment to watch the video!

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  1. Get the Melissa Sweet look at home!

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