The 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, honoring the best achievements in film and television performances for the year 2016, was presented on January 29 in Los Angeles, California.
Stars from Meryl Streep to Emma Stone were in attendance and walked the red carpet in designer dresses and old glam Hollywood style hair and makeup. In this article we will take a look at six of my favorite looks, and I will tell you how you can recreate these makeup looks on your big day with the use of Dinair airbrush cosmetics. All products mentioned in this article are available at: www.airbrushmakeup.com.
This very classic clean Hollywood glam look is a must for the bride who wants a more simple natural look that showcases her natural beauty. The foundation I would suggest would be Dinair Glamour. This gives a gorgeous sheer to medium coverage, letting your natural beauty shine through. Highlight your cheek and brow bone with champagne shimmer then move onto light mauve blush—just a light dusting of blush to give that healthy warm glow. There is no contouring for this natural clean look. For brows use a couple drops of walnut. Dust the lids with just a little of the blush color in light mauve. Finish this look with jet black eyeliner, concentrating on the outer corner until you reach the middle and smoke it out a little. Finish from the middle to the inner corner of the eye with gold rush. This will highlight the bottom of the eyes and help draw attention to your eye color. Apply jet black eyeliner to the top lid. Finish with Pucker Up!™ lip stain in Miranda.
All in the eyes. This look really plays a lot of emphasis on the eyes while keeping the rest of the makeup subtle. This is perfect if you have light eyes and want to play them up. Using Colair Radiance as your foundation will give you a very satin look. Medium to full coverage is perfect for more blemished or dry skin. In this look we will not use shimmer highlights but more matte, keeping the focus drawn to the eyes and eye makeup. This is a more sultry bridal look. Contour with fawn brown in the cheek hollows then lightly dust peach pink blush on top of your contour shade. Brows are kept simple yet corrected and filled in with dark smoke. Highlight the cheek bone and brow bone with vanilla. On the lip, apply rose gold, in the crease apply light coral; apply to where it meets up with the vanilla highlight, then go in with dark smoke and concentrate on the C shape of the eye to add more dimension. Use jet black eyeliner and create a smoky bottom eyeliner. Don’t forget to apply eyeliner on the top lid as well. Finish with a more nude lip such as Pucker Up!™ Havana Nights.
All in the brows and lips. If you are an edgy bride then this look is for you. This look focuses on the brows and lips. To start off, use Colair Soft glow foundation. This will give you a minimal natural glow without the use of additional shimmer highlights. For blush, use just a little bit of bronze rose to enhance your cheekbones. I love this color because it is a light blush and contour shade all in one. Then using the largest brow stencil, apply to brow the dark smoke brow color. Eye makeup is kept minimal—spray a little champagne shimmer on the lids then apply top liner in jet black using the eyeliner stencil for a more defined eyeliner. Finish the eyes with a light coat of mascara on the top and bottom lashes. Complete this look with Pucker Up!™ color in Mocha.
These looks are sure to have all eyes on you for one of the most special occasions of your life.
Robbie is also available for destination weddings worldwide. Instagram: airbrush_makeup_dude
For bookings and rates contact his management Ramon Ibarra at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robbie is currently the head of Global Education at Dinair Airbrush Makeup, the originators of airbrush makeup cosmetics.
He travels around the globe, teaching airbrush makeup to TV, film and beauty professionals and is responsible for Education and Creative operation at the corporate office of Dinair Airbrush Makeup in Hollywood, CA.
Robbie has dedicated his life to TV, film and the beauty industry, also appearing in front of the camera for more than 7 years as an actor appearing on national shows for the Discovery Channel. He has worked in the bridal industry for the past 7 years as well. Has worked closely with Monte Durham from TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress, the country’s leading guru in everything bridal.
This is what Monte Durham Host of TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress” had to say about Robbie.
“Robbie is a good friend who happens to be from my hometown in West Virginia. He is also a very talented makeup artist and hairstylist”
Robbie was also the head of makeup for the 2016 season of “Say Yes to The Prom” with Monte Durham that aired on TLC last year. It involved a 4 city tour around the country doing makeovers on deserving high
school students for their prom.
Robbie’s work has been seen on major networks, on multiple celebrities, Hollywood red carpet events and national commercials..
Robbie is also published in People and Vogue Italia.
Robbie was born in West Virginia with big dreams of moving to LA and being a makeup artist, after attending Paul Mitchell in Virginia beach he took a makeup workshop, moved to LA
then his makeup career took off.
QUOTE: “The best part I love about my career is that I have the ability to touch everyone that sits in my chair in a positive light. As a beauty professional we all have the gift to
bring forth each clients inner beauty to the forefront”—-Robbie