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Kat Ramnani's Makeup Artist Shares Every Detail Of Her Wedding Makeup Look

Yesterday, singer Christian Bautista and communications executive Kat Ramnani tied the knot in a intimate ceremony in Bali, Indonesia. In a chapel set on the picturesque island, the beautiful couple exchanged their romantic vows, witnessed by their nearest and dearest family and friends—and it was nothing short of dreamy!

READ: Christian Bautista And Kat Ramnani's "Bali-wood" Welcome Dinner Party Looked Totally Fun And Festive



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During the ceremony, we probably could all agree that the Kat's gorgeous look was everything a bride could want and more. She donned a tube cream lace serpentina gown by renowned bridal designer Inbal Dror, perfectly complemented with a “next to nothing makeup look”—the look that Kat’s makeup artist, Don de Jesus went for. With this direction, her natural beauty was truly enhanced, just the way brides like it.



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If you're curious about how to recreate this glowing look of our bride-of-the-moment, we talked to Kat's makeup artist and he shared exactly how he achieved it. “To prep her skin, first, I used a mineralized moisturizer. After which, I applied a fast response eye cream, lip conditioner, mineralized foundation and set it with a finishing powder. Lastly, I gave her cheeks a gorgeous natural hint of color with a blush on peach shade,” Don shared. 



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“For the eyes, I used a natural brown shade eye shadow, and pressed pigments on the lid, blacktrack gel liner and M.A.C natural eyelashes. Then for the eyebrows, I just used a M.A.C clear brow gel to get that natural brow look. Last but not least, for the lips, I used nude pink and mixed it with "Velvet Teddy" by M.A.C. To make sure her makeup doesn't budge all day, I used M.A.C Fix Plus.”

With that, we know we're ready to say our own "I do's!"


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