Ronda Rousey's Bridal Beauty Look Has Been Revealed
Her makeup artist just dished.
Ronda Rousey and Travis Browne were married in the groom's native Hawaii this past Saturday, and the couple seemed to be thrilled with how their intimate celebration turned out. Both Rousey and Browne shared multiple Instagram posts about the day, and it's hard not to notice how great the UFC fighter looked, or her glowing bridal makeup. So how did the star get prepped for the big day? Her makeup artist has the answers.
Hee Soo recently spoke with E! News, and she dished on doing Rousey's wedding makeup. "She really didn't have a lot on," she revealed. "She is an athlete. They tend to have really beautiful skin because they sweat and work out so much. Your natural sweat cleans out your pores," she added. (How's that for motivation to keep up with your fitness routine?) But Rousey wanted something minimal anyway. The celeb asked for a "no-makeup makeup look," which was made even easier thanks to her "little tan."
Rousey wore orange eyeshadow from Stila on her lids, and By Terry balm on her lips. (Soo loves the latter because it "makes you look like you just bit into a bunch of cherries.") Soo also made sure that Rousey's face was waterproof. "I knew her and Travis were going to be kissing a lot, so we wanted something that would not get everywhere and come off on him-that and the crying," she explained. "Her makeup looks so good because I do a lot of prep on her face beforehand." Specifically, she used a Fresh exfoliator, Crème de la Mer moisturizer, and Clé de Peau eye cream and foundation.
It's also been revealed that Rousey stepped out in a gown by Galia Lahav, while Abraham Esparza did the athlete's hair to finish off her look.
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