Bridal beauty expert Sarah Brock shares her top tips and shows us how to recreate this cover girl's glowing look:
1. Before applying skincare and makeup to the face, and because the model was wearing a low cut gown, I ensured that the skin on her arms and décolleté looked perfect by applying the Body Excellence Firming and Rejuvenating Cream. It has a non-greasy texture and leaves the skin looking toned and radiant.
2. Now for the face... it is essential that you create the perfect base for makeup. First I applied the Hydra Beauty Micro Serum all over the face, followed by the Hydra Beauty Gel Creme - they create a gorgeous, plump complexion without being too greasy. I then applied the Hydra Beauty Nutrition Nourishing Lip Balm to ensure that the lips were moisturised and soft.
3. I always use primer to ensure that makeup lasts longer and to make the skin look even more perfect before I apply makeup. Using the Le Blanc de Chanel, I took a small amount of product and applied all over the face using a foundation brush and blended well.
4. Getting your foundation right is a must for any bride - I used the Chanel Perfection Lumiere Velvet foundation in shade 40 for a gorgeous, smooth, natural glow. Start by applying to the centre of the face and blend outwards towards the hairline.
5. After foundation, it is important to use a concealer for any other imperfections. I used the Correcteur Perfection Long Lasting Concealer in shade 30 and applied a small amount under the eyes and blended well using my fingers.
6. To enhance the models natural golden glow and contour the face, I took the Soleil Tan de Chanel and, using my fingers, applied just under the cheekbones and around the hairline. Ensure that when applying contouring products that you blend well after application to avoid any harsh lines.
7. The next step is to 'set' the liquid and cream products. I did this by applying a light dusting of Les Beiges Healthy Glow Powder in shade 40 (using a powder brush) to the whole face. Top tip: Don't forget to apply powder to your eyelids, as this will stop your eyeshadow creasing.
8. To add a pop of colour to the complexion, I then took the Joues Contraste blush in shade Angelique and applied to the apple of the cheeks, using a blusher brush.
9. I defined the brows softly using the Le Sourcil de Chanel Perfect Brows Palette (I prefer to use a powder brow product as it looks softer and more natural). Don't forget to blend the powder after application with a brow brush to ensure your brows look natural and groomed.
10. I wanted to create a really soft, fresh and modern look for the eyes, so I took the Les 4 Ombres palette in shade Tisse Fantasie and applied the Satiny white shade from the lash line to the brow bone. I then applied the intense brown shade of the palette (which has coppery shimmer) to the contour of the eye and blended well. Then, for a pretty 'pop' of colour to the eye, on the upper and lower lashline (where you would normally apply eyeliner), I applied a small amount of Illusion D'ombre Long Wear Luminous Eyeshadow, in shade Emerveille.
11. Curl your lashes and apply several coats of mascara to the upper lash line and one coat to the lower lashline of Le Volume de Chanel Waterproof Mascara in shade Noir.
12. To keep lips looking pretty and natural, I first applied Le Crayon Levres lip liner in shade Rose Delicat, followed by Rouge Coco Lipstick in shade Edith.
All make-up by Sarah Brock using Chanel S 2015 and Chanel Body Excellence. Bridal make-up by award-winning make-up artist Sarah Brock; www.sarahbmakeup.co.uk