5 Black Bridal Makeup Artists You Should Know

Beauty & Style | Melanie Yvette Martin | 06/23/2015 | 12:47 PM EDT

Because your makeup has to be on-point for your special day

It’s that season where love is in the air and weddings are either happening or being planned. If you or someone you know is apart of the latter group, chances are they’ll be prepping for a quick fall 2015 or an early spring 2016 wedding.

 

With that in mind, we wanted to share 5 of the Black bridal makeup artists we felt you should know about.

 

B Wilson of Just B Beautiful:

Based out of Philadelphia, B Wilson has been doing amazing bridal makeup for over 10 years. Experienced also in waxing and extensive eyelash services, you’re sure to get a bang for your buck with B’s services.

 

Alison Cameron of Alison Cameron Makeup:

UK based bridal makeup artist Alison Cameron has a specialty for creating soft, beautiful bridal faces that look natural and glowing. She understands how to make you look your ultimate best, while making sure you look like yourself. Cameron’s attention to detail and soft demeanor can make any woman feel comfortable and confident on their special day. And get this: she’s also fluent in British Sign language.

 

Angela Ivana of Bridal by Ivana:

If you’re struggling to find a makeup artist in the NYC area, Angela may just be who you’re looking for. Specializing in women of various complexions and ethnicities, Ivana is known to create bold and beautiful looks for Black, Indian and Latina women. You can even utilize her style profile section to help you better understand the look you want for your big day.

 

Shaune Hayes of Shaune Hayes Makeup:

Providing services for over 10 years in the Maryland, D.C and Virginia area, Shaune has an eye for enhancing your natural beauty, not overdoing it. Her team of professionals will help prep your skin up to it’s optimal best before your wedding day, and her hairstylists will make sure your tresses are flawless during your entire wedding day.

 

Kay Sheelor of Kay the MUA:

The self-taught Maryland makeup artist has only been doing makeup for a few years, but has found herself building a bridal makeup empire. Her goddess glamour bridal makeup style is one for women who want to stand out, while still looking themselves.

 

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