Gabrielle Union Wedding Hair

Gabrielle Union’s Wedding Hair and Makeup Revealed

Gabrielle Union, 46, married professional athlete Dwyane Wade, 33, in an extravagant ceremony last year. The actress from BET series Being Mary Jane tied the knot at Miami castle Chateau Artisan which boasts moat and wrought iron gates – looking stunning on her wedding day in an ivory Dennis Basso ballgown featuring an attractive sweetheart neckline from Dennis Basso’s bridal line. Since their big day together they have built an enduring and strong marriage; recently celebrating five years together through an emotional Instagram video post shared from Gabrielle.

This clip opens with Dwyane grabbing his wife’s hand to show that they are “still in love,” followed by them sharing a kiss and laugh together before showing a brief glimpse into their ceremony, during which they exchanged vows in front of family and friends.

After some fun activities such as performing for their loved ones and dancing with Union, the two are seen laughing and smiling throughout. We see her sitting, standing up in her chair and dancing together throughout this footage.

One clip shows us newlyweds riding a carousel together while smiling for the camera, while another clip catches them enjoying an intimate cruise together with romantic sunset views and smiles all around them – captioned by actress Carrie Underwood with “sunsets and smiles”.

As for Union’s hairstyle on the beachside, she donned an eye-catching updo tucked behind her ears with pins pinning back her locks with gorgeousness – completed by an exquisite veil that frames her face!

Her makeup artist used her best-selling products to achieve an eye-catching glam look that left heads turning. Wearing eyeshadow in a shimmering champagne shade, neutral pink lipstick that looked almost metallic, and applying soft rose-colored powder blusher, the star radiated natural glow.

Gabrielle Union has always championed social justice and equality for women – especially within the entertainment industry. She has spoken out against sexual harassment and abuse; furthermore, she supports LGBTQ+ community initiatives. She also established the We Are All Equal Foundation, with an aim of encouraging tolerance and acceptance. Since its creation, this foundation has collaborated with various organizations and campaigns in combatting racism, sexism, and discrimination. Time Magazine recognized her as one of its Most Influential People of 2020 due to her activism and allyship work. Additionally, Union has written four books in addition to serving with the foundation; she has also appeared in films like She’s All That (1999), Daddy’s Little Girls (2006), Deliver Us From Eva (2003) and Cadillac Records (2008).

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