5 Wedding Makeup Dos and Don'ts

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If you’re engaged and just planning for your wedding, then there are certain bridal beauty dos and don’ts you must know if want to look stand out from the crowd.

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Do’s:

  • Ensure that you have your trial at least 4 weeks before your wedding ceremony. If you are planning to use fake tan on your wedding day, then have a test before your make-up trial, so your makeup artist can see what color your skin turn out to be with the tan.
  • You can highlight your eyes by brightening any darkness under them using concealer and corrector.
  • You must use individual eyelashes as they are a great way to make your eyes be noticeable as well as look far more subtle compared to a complete strip. Always go for various lengths to make a really natural fluttery look plus nestle them in between your natural lashes instead of fixing them on top.
  • Always focus on the important components of your look, like natural-looking skin, feathery lashes or softly groomed brows. This is because if you get these elements right, then the rest of your make-up will fall into the right place.
  • To make the eyes pop, you need to complete your makeup with a highlighter shade on the brow bone. In addition, choose a light matte shade as well as pat onto the outer corner of the brow bone so finely draw attention to the area of your face.

Don’t:

  • Have your make-up check finish anywhere with overhead bright lighting. Arrange a time when it is still sunshine outside if you have a make-up artist coming to your home.
  • For many women, their marriage is the times when they can take pleasure in having a professional a makeup artist does your make-up. But, I’d suggest genuine caution here is that you don’t want to surprise people by looking like someone else. Whether you are appointing a make-up artist or doing it your own, the best bridal make-up is just the most elegantly polished version of how the bride looks; every bride wants to look beautiful instead of her make-up.
  • Brown, and pale lip colors can look disaster in wedding photographs, so go for a lipstick that’s one or two shades brighter than what you normally wear. For example, if you wear a neutral hue, then it must be worn as a base with a red or pink color on top. Additionally, if you wear dark lipstick, then use that as the base with a brighter pink on top to provide the color a lift.
  • Go too dark on the eyes, and describe your eyes by putting color in the crease, but don’t use a shade that is too dense because it can detract from the eyes themselves.
  • Only apply makeup to your face rather than extend down your neck. But, Sohni Juneja, a well-known make-up artist believed that”You can apply makeup over your shoulders if needed, as this will make sure that your face is not a different color”. Remember, everything should look consistent to make the most natural look possible.
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5 Wedding Makeup Dos and Don'ts, Seekyt
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