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Bridal Beauty: country charm with Lauren Iavarone

May 26, 2011  |  NEW AT TEMPTU  |  2 Comments

As part of our bridal research we have been scouring the web looking for beauty inspiration.  We came across the work of makeup artist Lauren Iavarone, and the work that she did for a Delphine Manivet photo shoot.  Needless to say we fell in love instantly, and were honored to find out that our S/B makeup was used to create this look.  “My inspiration for this shoot came from everything around me from the beautiful Peony Flowers from Kat Flower of Brooklyn, to the Delphine Manivet Dresses, &  the direction of Elizabeth Messina,” says Lauren.  Check out this amazing shoot and find out what TEMPTU PRO products Lauren used to create this breathtakingly beautiful bride.

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Eye Candy: modern bride

May 16, 2011  |  Eye Candy  |  No Comments

Going modern and minimalistic on your wedding day doesn’t mean your makeup has to be boring! The trick is to hone in on your favorite facial feature eyes, lips, cheeks, etc. and accentuate them. This week’s eye candy is for all you modern brides out there, who want a little simplicity in their makeup on their big day. Enjoy!

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Eye Candy: quirky bridal beauty

May 9, 2011  |  Eye Candy  |  1 Comment

Every woman and every bride has her own sense of style, and there is no better time to let that style sense shine then your wedding. This month we are dedicating our Monday Eye Candy to wedding beauty inspiration. This week we wanted to look into the world of the fun, quirky, and ever-so-slightly dramatic bride. Enjoy!


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Look of the Week: Blushing Bride – A DIY Guide

June 10, 2010  |  Tips & Technique  |  No Comments

TEMPTU PRO Artist Christopher Milone was backstage for Alfred Angelo’s Fall 2010 Bridal Collection Runway Show using TEMPTU.

Alfred Angelo is a legendary Bridal Fashion House that has been around for more than six generations dressing brides and their bridesmaids. This season he looked to swinging London and the Savoy Hotel…

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