I took hundreds of pictures but here were the final few that we selected!
Personally, I thought the editing was a bit too fair but they convinced us that it is their style of editing. In any case, it was a fun experience. I actually wanna do another shoot (not in Korea lah. $$$) but a thrash the dress session. Would be fun!
Remember my previous blog post about trying out the gowns during my pre-wedding photoshoot in Korea? As promised, I will share pictures behind the scenes after #nadskai1314! (Why after? cos I wanted to keep the pics a surprise for those who were going to see my album! heh) I had to like keep it a secret since May 2013 when I reallllly wanted to share pictures about it! TORTURING WOR!
So as mentioned previously, the pre wedding shoot was very "alacarte". The gowns came from A bridal shop. Hair and makeup came from B Makeup shop and the photographer and studio came from C Studio. Very different from Singapore's bridal studio style where it's a one stop centre.
We were ushered into the makeup area early in the morning and this greeted my sleepy eyes.
OHMAIGAWD. I NEED A MAKEUP AREA LIKE THIS!!!!!!!!!
And soon, the makeup artiste did her magic and I was done.
Korean style of bridal makeup is very different from how Singapore's or Taiwan's style. Or at least, what I assumed from the bridal makeup shop I went to.
Things that they do not use:
Double eye lid stickers/glue
Lower eye lashes
They prefer much lighter makeup and I had to coax them to put it a littttttle bit darker makeup for me.
This to them is super dark already. LOL. I had a lady from the bridal shop that helped me dress up during the whole 5 hours (inclusive of makeup, hair and photoshoot). The same lady also was responsible for light touchups. i.e. no makeup change. Only touch up of lip gloss.
Feeling like a princess here as they were fussing over me about which tiara to use!