Well isn’t this exciting. We are so pleased to introduce the first in our My Wedding Beauty series (yusss).

My Wedding Beauty is a series of DIY tutorials and expert advice articles from the world of beauty, makeup and wellness, that can be followed both for your wedding and everyday living.

We will be featuring collaborations with the best makeup artists and beauty experts in the industry, meaning you can easily recreate an array of both simple, and on-trend looks from the comfort of your own home, as well as be the first to know about the hottest beauty products right now.


France Moore MUA

We begin with one of the hottest Makeup Artist around, France Moore MUA. Frances has a beautiful natural soft style and will be sharing her expert tips from makeup basics to full natural makeup looks. 


Two Minutes To: Full Natural Brows

Frances begins with the basics, how to tame those fur babies that can occasionally beat even the best of us. Taming those brows may seem like a simple task but there is a very fine line (excuse the pun) between achieving a natural full look and the dreaded slug take over. 

Check out the video above as Frances takes us through a simple step by step guide in just two minutes (yes, that’s all it takes!). She has also very kindly let us in on her must have eyebrow products, including those she used to create the look, as well as some great alternatives to try out. 

Shop the Look

 
Alternative products:
 
 

Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade


Step by Step Guide

Follow the video above for the full tutorial, or simply follow these simple steps to achieve some serious brow goals….

  1. First, comb through the brows in different directions to loosen any stray hairs.  Then use the brush to sweep the brows in an upwards direction.
  2. Using a brow brush, or small angled brush, start creating small flicks of hairs following the natural direction of growth.
  3. Keep following the line focusing on creating a bit of depth on the arch of the brow.  
  4. Then using lighter flicks on the end of the brow to mimic the natural line of growth.
  5. Comb the brows through again to gently blend and further shape.
  6. Go back and fill in any sparse gaps you may have initially missed.
  7. Repeat the process on the other side.  Check in the mirror the balance of the brows.
  8. And remember eyebrows should be sisters on twins!

Credits:

Makeup Artist: Frances Moore MUA

Model: Sophie Waldron

Venue: Hill Place