This amazing Key West Wedding Video from Cinea Verde holds one of my favorite shot, where Laura and Jason are standing in front of the Banyan tree. Only fitting coming from a Key West wedding. Simple, yet absolutely stunning, all the details won my heart in a second. What a prefect way to start a Tuesday!
Unparalleled beauty. Cinea Verde produces unparalleled beauty every single time that camera is picked up. And today is no exception. That camera and the talent behind were so strongly present during this beautiful wedding at The Ocean Key Resort, I just can’t stop watching. This perfect affair was planned by Simply You. Magical decor Avant-Gardens Miami.
Love the first encounter … Lauren & Jordan didn’t want to break tradition, but needed just a little squeeze before walking down the aisle, so they held hands one last time at The Casa Marina before saying “I do.” And the look on the grooms face… the glowing happiness brought on by enormous amounts of love… had me in tears instantly.
I posted just a few days ago Lindsay & Jonathan’s pro photos. Click here to view. Today I bring you their goose bump inducing wedding video shot by Cinea Verde. I watched several time back to back:) I love weddings!!!
A two-in-one mascara that lets you choose if you want lashes to be naturally defined, or instantly combed and loaded for full-on drama. Easy to use dual-wiper system allows this lightweight formula to go on either way. One wiper refines the application for a clean sweep, while the other loads the lashes for greater impact.
LOVE me some MAC videos! Not sure about MAC mascaras… Have yet to like any of them. Will get my hands on this one though. Wonder if it will beat my YSL FAUX CILS.
I’ve been completely obsessed with Mac Mulch and Patina eyeshadows. I’ve applied the duet on light, medium and dark skin; blue, green, brown and hazel eyes along with every possible hair color combo you can come up with and it looks great E.V.E.R.Y.T.I.M.E.
The shadows can be worn as a light wash over the lid when going natural or dramatically for party night. My favorite was last weekend when I applied them on a bride with very fair skin, who wanted a strong but not overdone smokey eye, the contrast was dazzling. I added false lashes (you know me and my lashes!) :biggrin: for added drama and let me tell you ladies, she was one gorgeous babe.
To me Patina has more of a light shimmer than a true frost and the delicate pearl reflect is just gorgeous. Patina is cooler than most gold and kinda looks antique which is where I feel it’s uniqueness and versatility comes from. Used as a light wash on the lid for a natural look it brightens up the eyes just enough.
Haaaaaaaa Mulch I love thee! Slightly shimmery, rich chocolate brown with red and gold undertones, ideal shade to smoke things up! I also applied this one as an eyeliner with great success. The color is extremely build-able. I deposit with a firm brush, then use my favorite blendable brush Mac 217. Paired with Patina it’s a combination made in heaven.
… And a tutorial
Check out the video below for an example on how to use Patina and Mulch. Love FashionfaceTV!