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Ballerina Beauty

One of the most common things we hear from our future brides is that they want to stay as natural as possible on their wedding day without looking as if they’re wearing a mask.

The next make up editorial was shared with us by an artistic and passionate make- up artist, Mytal Almakayes, who believes in bringing out the most natural sides of her brides when doing their make up.

Mytal knew she wanted to portray her art and style in an editorial that will reflect her brides’ personality and what they are all about – natural and soft but may have an edgy and bold side to them.

In order to create a dreamy atmosphere, colorful tulle fabrics were used, not just as a concept but to also subtly imply that color can add value when you want to receive a whimsical effect.

Mytal joined forces with hair stylist Silviya Tobol who is known for her impeccable braiding and with a close friend who designed the beautiful ballet-inspired costumes. Photographer, Ella Uzan was chosen to capture the beauty.

We just love the bold eyes with the blush lips and the ethereal setting of this shoot. gorgeous!

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Photography: Ella Uzan

Hair: Silviya Tobol

Accessories: Efrat Casuto, Elen Lukash

Costumes: Elen Lukash

Model: Magdalena Chachlica

Flowers: Floral Boutique in Rishon Lezion