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Who doesn’t love a good wedding? Nobody we know, that’s for sure. Case in point: Emily Atack, who made for a gorgeous bridesmaid as she celebrated her sister Martha getting married over the weekend.

For the occasion, Emily wore a gorgeous emerald green high-necked dress and had her blonde tresses swept up into a voluminous updo by hairstylist Luca Jones, with make-up by MUA Holly Louise Davies. (Holly was covering for Emily’s usual makeup artist, Lydia Barnes, because she was also on bridesmaid duty!)

If you’re hoping to create a similar look for the next time you’re a wedding guest or bridesmaid, luckily for you Holly has shared a full breakdown of the products used.

Here’s what to shop to recreate Emily’s glowing look below.

For a glowing base, Holly used Charlotte Tilbury’s Flawless Filter, £34 here, and Airbrush Bronzer, £39 here, along with highlighter and foundation by Huda Beauty, £34 here.

For the stunning warm smokey eye, Holly used another Charlotte Tilbury buy, the Golden Goddess Eyeshadow Palette, £40 here, as well as MAC’sKohl Pencil in Costa Riche, £15 here, and Blacktrack Fluidline Gel Liner, £17.50 here.

The eye look was finished with a pair of lashes by Doll Beauty, £10 here, to make the whole thing pop. Emily’s brows were also enhanced using the HD Eye&Brow Palette, £30 here, and Benefit 24 Hour Gel Setter, £18 here.

Lastly, on the lips it was another Charlotte Tilbury buy in the form of the Latex Love Lip Colour in Belle du Soir, £24 here.

Fans will remember that Emily threw her lookalike sister a stunning hen celebration a luxury farmhouse (which they nicknamed "Soho Marfhouse") just a few short weeks before her big day.

The hens enjoyed yoga, afternoon tea and sipping on personalised gin as part of their luxury weekend away. Very classy!

Brb, off to add all of these wedding makeup buys to our online shopping baskets…

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