From natural, minimalistic looks for daytime weddings, tea ceremonies and pre-wedding photoshoots to striking evening looks at the banquet, these makeup gurus can make them happen.
Every bride wants to look and feel her best on her wedding day
Ana Make Up
Splitting her time between Hong Kong and Tel Aviv, Ana — aka professional makeup artist Anael Darmon — has worked extensively in fashion and created looks published in the likes of Vogue and Cosmopolitan. When it comes to bridal makeup, Ana is versatile, offering chic, simple looks and more dramatic ones, too.
Beaute Wedding Make Up
Specialising in bridal makeup, hair styling and image consultations, Beaute launched back in 2008. The team of makeup artists knows how to craft elegant, flawless looks without overdoing it, working with a bride to bring out the best in her.
Cherry Wong Makeup
For timeless makeup looks on your wedding day that will look just as good in photos decades down the line, look to Hong Kong- and Italy-based makeup artist and hair stylist Cherry Wong for her magic.
Janice Chu Makeup
Hong Kong-based Janice Chu has experience working with brides in Chinese ceremonies as well as those who said their “I dos” in white bridal gowns.
Joan Cheung was crowned one of top 10 bridal makeup artists by local publication Wedding Magazine in 2018, a year that also marked her 10th anniversary in the industry. Hong Kong brides flock to her for her sweet, modern bridal looks, and she has worked with women on pre-wedding photoshoots as well as tea ceremonies.
Ling Fung Makeup
Whether you love a dramatic cat eye and red lip or subtle brushes of eyeshadow and clear gloss, Ling Fung can create the looks that best suit you on your wedding day.
Stephen Make Up
Stephen Lau has produced romantic looks for hundreds of brides since 2006, but beyond weddings, he also has a ton of experience in makeup artistry. He trained in Japan, Australia, Korea and the UK, and previously worked as a media and celebrity makeup artist at Hong Kong television station TVB.
Yo Yo Yip Make Up
With a self-confessed passion for “all things pretty”, Yo Yo Yip began working as a stylist in the wedding industry in 2012. With a focus on amplifying a bride’s features rather than obscuring them with piles of makeup, Yip approaches her work as a form of art. She’s also a pro at hair styling, putting together everything from “elegant chignons” to “messy hairdos”.