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Josephine is an award winning makeup artist based in the East Midlands. She offers a bespoke, tailor made service to create a look that represents you, your style and your wedding day.
I love nothing more than working with my brides to create their perfect wedding makeup
“My name is Josephine Way and I am a freelance makeup artist based in the East Midlands although I do travel all over the UK for my clients.
I specialise in bridal makeup and I love nothing more than working with my brides to create their perfect wedding makeup. For me, it’s about finding out about your preferences and tailoring the products I use to achieve your perfect look. It’s a huge honour to be involved in your wedding day so I won’t stop until we’ve got it right. I understand what works with your skin tone and type so I’ll help you to not only look your best, but feel your best, on one of the most important days of your life!
I have my own extensive kit which features top brands such as Illamasqua, Charlotte Tilbury, Bobbi Brown and many more. Whatever the look you’re after, I’d love to help you create it!”
Have A Little Nosey
Modern Elegance & Summer Romance at Swancar Farm
Hidden within the idyllic Nottinghamshire countryside, Swancar Farm was the perfect setting for this stunning styled shoot. With a wonderful team of talented suppliers, the shoot took place on a picturesque Summer’s day and the results were just beautiful.
How to get that bridal glow with Josephine Way MUA…
There’s nothing more flattering on your wedding day than gorgeous, glowing skin (not least because we saw it ALL over bridal fashion weeks) We’re moving away from the ultra matte look of 2017 to a more flattering and hydrated style and Josephine Way MUA is here to give you her top tips for getting your skin glowing!
A ‘Wild Beauty’ Styled Shoot
Submitted by Charlotte of Frond & Bloom, this styled shoot was the vision of the talented Chris Harris from Ivory Fayre Photography. An alternative take on a traditional wedding shoot, it was inspired by the dominating iron viaduct, with a serious rock'n'roll edge that we can't get enough of here at Save the Date Magazine HQ.