12 Makeup Artists for that Perfect Bridal Look

Every bride wants to look her best on her wedding day. One crucial vendor that will help her achieve that bridal glow is definitely her makeup artist! Today, we’ve put together a list of 12 makeup artists who can help any bride look her best on the biggest day of her life.




Caroline Sze of Seasoning is a famed artist with experience and background from various international makeup brands. She is known for her fashion and advertising makeup as well as her celebrity styling. For bridal beauty, her philosophy is to create timeless beauty and individuality that emanates from within.

  • Price: Engagement rate starts at HK$7,500 (Caroline) / HK$4,000 (Sprout Team), Wedding Day rate starts at HK$12,000 (Caroline) / HK$6,000 (Sprout Team)
  • Years of Experience: 15 years
  • Style: Timeless, reflecting individuality, glowing from inside out

[Feature: Harmonius Bliss / Photo: Isa Photography]



Xing MaQuillage

Xing Yip, who is known in the industry under the name Xing MaQuillage, is an all-around stylist and make-up artist who is specializing in bridal makeup. She takes inspiration from her love for art which allows her to turn each face into a beautiful masterpiece.
  • Price: Engagement rate starts at HK$2,600, Wedding Day rate starts at HK$3,800
  • Years of Experience: 5 years
  • Style: French style

[Feature: Vintage Industrial Editorial / Photo: Heather Photography]



Gabbie Lee

Gabbie Lee is known in the local and international industry because of her eye for detail and her innate ability to enhance facial features. Makeup is her one, true passion. She loves making her clients feel beautiful and she is driven by the transformation that brings out their natural beauty.

  • Price: Engagement rate starts at HK$2,800, Wedding Day rate starts at HK$3,800
  • Years of Experience: 6 years
  • Style: Chic, timeless, elegant, and romantic

[Feature: Dignified Charm / Photo: Jada Poon Photography]

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15 Ways to Incorporate the Lucky Color Red into Your Wedding

The color red symbolizes good fortune, joy, passion, and love in Chinese wedding traditions. Who wouldn’t want these things in their lives right? So if you want a little luck on your wedding day, we’re here to help! We’ve compiled a list of ways to incorporate it into small details and grand ones too. So grab a pen and paper and get ready to jot down which ideas you’ll be using for future reference!

1.) The most prominent statement you can make as a bride is by wearing it as the color of choice for your wedding dress or Qun gua.


[Photo from Delicate Drama by Binc Photography]

2.) Are your fingers itching to create some D.I.Y wall decor for the reception? Try these fun paper flowers!

[Photo from D.I.Y. Paper Peonies by nikkiloveu]

3.) A boutonniere on your main man can be a subtle nod to make use of the color

[Photo from Ravishing Romance by MCPHOTOGRAPHY.hk]

4.) They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but they forgot to mention that they go hand-in-hand with romantic rubies!

[Photo from Sun-kissed Charm by Heather Lai]

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Intimately Intertwined

Simple and intimate is how I would describe today’s engagement shoot captured by Subtle Production. It’s a no-frills, no-fuss photo set about Ivan and Tracy and the love that they share for each other. The snaps were taken in the morning with the clouds blocking out the sun, bringing a lighter and softer atmosphere to the photographs. I find Tracy’s bouquet of wildflowers to be particularly delightful as well. Scroll through, and let’s dream on a little longer for a love as pure and relaxed as theirs!






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The Look



17 Illusion Neckline Dresses by Lee Petra Grenebau

Choosing the right gown for your wedding is always fun and inspiring. There so are many cuts, styles, and designs to choose from! For this week’s Fashion Friday feature, we’re zeroing in on illusion necklines from Lee Petra Grebenau‘s Mother of Pearl Collection. Illusion necklines bring drama and an ethereal feminine touch to bridal design. We love the airiness that the floating design elements bring as well as the body contouring silhouettes that are made possible by the sheer panels. This collection is especially intriguing with inspiration coming from nature’s ability to create beauty. The marble-like texture and hint of sheen in every piece create a dreamy vision of shiny pearls. Brides-to-be, you’ll definitely want to add this collection to your inspiration board!






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