On the catwalk: Alexander Wang’s make-up artist, Diane Kendal, said she wanted her models to look like healthy California girls who had just stepped out of the Pacific Ocean. And she certainly achieved it—although given that the show was taking place in the heart of Brooklyn, this took some skill. After using foundation and concealer, she applied a peachy liquid blush across the entire cheekbone, a pale pink balm on the lips, and a sparkly loose highlighter over the brow. Eyes were dusted in nude shades, finished with the gentlest flick of mascara, and hair was left loose and tousled. Down the aisle: Whether your wedding is on a beach in Phuket, in a church in Italy or at a five-star hotel in Hong Kong, laidback, natural make-up is always a winner—and it works with the loosest of Boho dresses and the most dramatic of gowns. Always start with a primer, liquid foundation and highlighter pen, and go for a trial beforehand to find the exact shade of peach blush to match your skin tone. Go a little heavier on the mascara for the photos and add some sparkly accessories to those loose beach locks. The tools: Chanel Palette Essentielle in Rose Pétale; Sisley Phyto-Blanc Cushion Foundation.
Phyto-Blanc Cushion Foundation, Sisley
Palette Essentielle in Rose Pétale, Chanel