BRIDAL MAKE UP TIPS
Your wedding day is your most photographed day of your life. And of course, there are a lot of great things to do, such as music arrangements, music, food and decor. Naturally, aspects including planning can unexpectedly break the crisis, including your wedding day makeup. However, you decide on the bride nominees. Let’s take a look at the beauty world for this body makeup for the whole wedding day. Piece of makeup tip.
When you are deciding on your make-up, bear in mind that it will have to last all day because you won’t want the hassle of reapplying it frequently. This applies particularly to lipstick. You will only want to reapply your lipstick for the photos so make sure your overall look is complete without it.When you are choosing your foundation remember that photographs will pick up the red and pink lines in the skin, so you will want yellow tones in your foundation to balance this. Setting your foundation with a yellow-toned loose face powder to make it last and give you a matt finish.
Well groomed eyebrows can really finish your look so make time to have them professionally shaped a week or so before the wedding. If necessary have them tinted, or use a brow pencil to add a little definition.Bronzer is perfect for adding a healthy glow, although you may be flushed with happiness on the day anyway. It should be applied to the places you would naturally tan such as your forehead, nose and chest, as well as your cheek bones.If you are using blusher to highlight your cheek bones, you might want to consider a cream blush as it lasts longer than powder and can give your face a pretty shine in the right places.
Try combining two or three shades of eye shadow, getting progressively darker as you move down towards the lash line. If you usually wear brown shades, try greys instead for a special bridal effect.Cream eye shadows are longer lasting than powders, and won’t fleck all over your foundation. Just be sure to try them out in advance as certain brands can be prone to creasing.Keep blotting papers handy on the day to get rid of shiny patches which might just spoil your wedding photos.
Once you’ve achieved the desired look, relax and forget about it. This is your big day and the last thing you want to be worrying about is how your make-up looks. If you are concerned, chat to your maid of honour in advance and ask her to let you know if you need a retouch, otherwise just forget about your make-up and focus on enjoying yourself.