Being a beauty lover herself, Martine Cajucom's bridal and hair makeup were on point down to the very last detail. She was a glowing bride who opted for timeless looks that not only highlighted her natural beauty, but also stayed true to her personal style. Below, Preview zooms in on her wedding look to find out how the It girl got ready for her walk down the aisle:
Her makeup artist Robbie Piñera revealed that Martine wanted a fresh and monochromatic look for her big day. "It's been her fave look ever since," he explains. To achieve it, he used soft warm brown hues to complement her skin tone and her facial features. He kept it simple, blending Martine's favorite MAC eyeshadow in Soft Brown all over her eyelids for a wash of color. Of course, a Martine-approved makeup look isn't complete without a hint of peach, so Robbie used Sunnies Face's Fluffmatte lipstick in the shade Vacay both on the bride's cheeks and lips.
Now let's talk about skin! Martine's complexion looked absolutely luminous while walking down the aisle. Robbie prepped her skin to perfection to achieve that picture-perfect bridal glow. First, he gave her a surge of hydration with La Mer's Treatment Lotion Hydrating Mask before massaging the Moisturizing Soft Lotion on top. He then used same brand's Soft Fluid Foundation Long Wear Foundation and a touch of The Powder for an even, healthy-looking base that won't budge.
As for her hair, the bride opted to have her hair down for the ceremony. Her hairstylist Suyen Salazar gave her effortless undone waves—another one of her go-to looks!
For the reception, Suyen pushed the newlywed bride's locks back with a beautiful handmade crown by Jennifer Behr, which transitioned Martine's look from day to night.
Overall, Martine's beauty direction for her wedding can teach every bride-to-be a valuable lesson: Whatever happens, you can never go wrong with going for a hairstyle and makeup look that you already feel the most comfortable in. If anything, wearing an elevated version of your go-to look could be your safest bet, because it'll definitely save you from cringing at your wedding photos years later!