“I created a look that was my take on a French manicure. It’s a fun detail that’s unexpected for a bride. The crystals in the nails represented the diamonds in a wedding ring. It’s just a touch of my quirky personality slipped into the show!” Polk shares.
One more thing we needed to know…how do you keep a color this smashing on your lips and not on everyone else’s? Martin suggested, “A great trick to retain lasting lip color is to apply concealer all over your lip before the lip color. The pigment grabs the concealer and stays on longer than if applied directly to the lip.”
Her ice-goddess philosophy carried through to her frosted makeup look with a bold, shimmery eye and a dusting of crushed shadows sprinkled in the hair line like freshly fallen snow.
Pettibone mused, “Colors of the sea and sky created quite a strong pop of color for the eyes, and then a vivid lip as well. Our genius makeup artist, Romero Jennings, made the lip in a matte pink, which looked like a rose petal! Given our 100,000 plus petals on the runway, why not have our lips add just a few more? A touch of shimmer to highlight the inner eyes and cheeks, tousled braided hair and lush floral wreaths complete our earth-goddess statement.”