Kaley Cuoco's fairytale bridal look revealed in a behind-the-scenes wedding video
07 JANUARY 2014
Kaley Cuoco made a stunning bride for her New Year's Eve wedding to Ryan Sweeting, and now fans can recreate her fairytale look thanks to a behind-the-scenes video posted on YouTube – scroll down to view.
The Big Bang Theory star's make-up artist Jamie Greenberg shared the 23-year-old's step-by-step transformation to becoming a blushing bride for her big day.
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"I'm here with two of my favourite people in the world," says Kaley to kick off the video, pictured with her make-up artist and hair stylist Faye Woods, before going on: "It's New Year's Eve and I'm throwing a big, big party. I cannot wait. But there's one special thing that might happen tonight… I'm getting married!" she screams.
The beautiful blonde can beseen sitting comfortably on a salon chair, sipping champagne as her hair stylist Faye Woods works on her curls and Jamie applies make-up.
Jamie explains each step of the make-up process, including the products she applies to the actress, beginning with under eye make-up to keep the bride looking fresh through the night and going on to shape her eyebrows and apply eye shadow.
When it comes to the lips, Kaley's make-up artist makes sure the actress bride has "kissable lips" because, Jamie says, "She's going to kiss her husband for the first time."
The cat-eye, according to the make-up artist, is "very difficult to do" and the key is making sure that it's symmetrical.
Loose blonde waves complete Kaley's bridal look – a detail that was requested by her husband-to-be, tennis player Ryan.
When she is ready to walk down the aisle, the veil is pulled over Kaley’s face and the bride stands in her showstopping pink tulle Vera Wang gown smiling at a room full of screaming ladies, who appear just excited as she is. But, the bride says, she is not "nervous" at all.
The video then features scenes from the wedding, which took place on New Year's Eve at Hummingbird Nest Ranch in Santa Susana, California. Their nuptials, attended by 150 guests, had a fire and ice theme.