Wedding Day Makeup Tips From Makeup Artists
To visualize, make a mood board
It's time to learn Pinterest. Digitally compile cosmetics inspiration from the platform. Visuals inspire and focus your wedding look.
Photograph your trial run
Spending time optimizing your approach and finding the right goods helps reduce wedding morning stress.
Give your skin the greatest base
On your wedding day, you should moisturize and shine before putting makeup. Start a skin-care routine today if you haven't.
Primer prolongs makeup
Your wedding day is a marathon, not a sprint, so your makeup must last through every photo, dance, and toast. Primers are necessary.
Selecting a foundation requires numerous considerations
Use light foundation. Start small and build coverage. Since your skin needs to breathe to glow, don't overlay concealer, powder, or contouring.
Makeup should highlight your skin
"Makeup moves throughout the day," no matter how "long-wearing" it is. Liquid and cream treatments under powders reduce fading and smudging.
Mix textures for lasting style
Radiant skin, rosy cheeks, flushed lips, and defined eyes never fail. It's' medium makeup' since it's not too strong or gentle on one feature. Avoiding dark eye colors.
"Medium" your natural attractiveness
Be yourself. If that means scarlet lipstick at a wedding, do it. I adore that brides are skipping "traditional" makeup for smokey eyes and bold lips.
Smudge-proof your veil
I've seen several brides' veil stain their lipstick. A clip-on earring on the veil's bottom prevents this and adds luster.
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