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Your wedding day is one of the most memorable days of your life! Paying a photographer to get all the best moments is basically a waste if you do not see the love of the ball. Your makeup should be applied and set to work flawlessly with the camera's light or the sun kiss. Make sure you are ready for your close-up! Here are some tips:
Hiring a Professional or DIY?
You have hired a restaurant, a baker, a florist, a stylist, a planner and many other wedding professionals. Why would you give the best to an amateur? Hire a professional makeup artist. They will know how to use your makeup in a way that best defines who you are. If you stayed up late the night before visiting family or partying with friends, a makeup artist can erase all evidence from the previous evening. If you are planning to leave this part of the budget, there are few things you probably did not know you needed to know. Here is a list of steps you need to take to ensure perfect makeup whether you or a friend are doing it or you have hired a professional.
Practice makes perfect
Make sure to practice your makeup application before the wedding. This gives your makeup artist a chance to get to know you and what works best for you as well. It also gives you the chance to perfect your skill if you apply makeup on yourself that day.
Do not apply the foundation to bare skin. Moisturizer or a base color protects your skin and gives your foundation more chance to tone your skin tone and go smoothly.
Airbrush or handbrush
Airbrush makeup has durability and feels very light on the skin. But without much experience, the artist can make you look a little washed out or exaggerated. Using handbrush makeup is much more artistic and in the hands of the right people, the brush can produce results similar to models in all the wedding magazines you have reviewed.
Founded and ready
Matt for illuminating foundations and foundations is very important to understand. If you get married outside, a cute glowing face is best. Make sure your founder or foundation has a chemical that is not a physical sunscreen if you are outdoors. Physical sunscreen reflects light from camera flashes and can make you look like a ghost! If your ceremony and reception is all indoors, try a matte foundation for good pictures with less reflection of camera light.
Think fantastic! Romantic even. Colors for today's bride are rich and even bold. Whether you have a themed wedding or a traditional ceremony, your makeup should reflect your style and everyday appearance, but be enhanced by 10. If you have no makeup or just natural colors, you should choose neutral colors. These colors are within your comfort zone, but applied correctly they enhance your features and define your face. If you have chosen a wedding with a theme, like a wedding with a pin-up, make up with that theme.
Having your boilers shaped and crisp on the day of your wedding is important, but don't intend to go into the local wax field less than a week before your big day. This way allows time for redness, bumps or swelling to spread and even for hair regrowth if your waxer gets a little too thin. And don't forget to get them filled and defined with pen, powder or gel the day of your news.
Plan to have fake lashes or get extensions! False eyelashes make the eyes look bigger, be lighter and long tasty lashes are just so romantic. When you look back at the pictures on your wedding day, you will be so glad you had them on. Extensions require no mascara so you don't have to worry about waterproof mascaras or the unusual black spots dropping on your face. False strips will be applied the day of your wedding and can be removed when you are ready.
Love your lips
Using a lip liner on the lips is a must for the last step in your color application and at the altar. Lip lining used to line and fill the lips gives all the color or shine the remaining power. Try to stay away from all day, wear lip colors as they usually dry out the lips or flake away. You need kissable, horny lips for that seal at the end of your promises!
Seal the deal
Always be sure to protect your final look with a finishing powder and spray. Finishing powder basically corrects airbrush in a can. It softens the entire look and hides your pores, creating a smooth, perfect finish. Finishing spray is a light mist that protects your masterpiece and even has the benefits of skin care and aging effects.
Everyone deserves an amazing time on the biggest day of their lives, and we really hope that our 10 bridal makeup tips for the perfect bridal look will help you achieve your dream wedding.