Make-up malfunction on your wedding day is like an indelible mark in your life, avoid this by following these steps
Every bride deserves to look flawless on her wedding day. Advice your make-up artist to follow these steps for a perfect finish.
With this guide, getting ready for your big day has never been easier.
Moisturize well, then apply a lightweight foundation to even out skin. Next, dab a highlighting cream on your temples, going around the eye bone and just underneath, almost to the middle of the eye. "This gives you that extra little kick by picking up the light and making the skin glow.
The most labor-intensive part of the usual beauty regimen is the easiest aspect of this one: There's no eye shadow! Instead, apply that same highlighter across your lids and on the inner corners of the eyes. "This keeps the effect light, bright, and natural. Add a few swipes of black mascara and that's it.
The secret to soft, full brows is brushing them up. First fill in any sparse spots with brow powder. Then grab a brow brush, spritz it with hair spray, and brush upward.
To duplicate that rosy just-in-from-the-cold-and-snuggling-in-my-boyfriend-cardigan look,rub a cream blush on the apples of your cheeks and blend well. "Cream looks the most natural because skin isn't matte; it has a shine. Bright pink flatters fair or cool skin tones; peach looks gorgeous on warm or deep complexions.
Nervous about bold color for your wedding? Don't be. "A strong lip on a bride is classic. Keep everything else muted and it can look beautiful." And don't get too hung up on skin tone. You can make any of these colors work for anyone. "It's all about how intensely you apply them and your confidence in wearing them. Skip lip liner (it looks harsh) and swipe straight from the tube for a vibrant effect, or pat it on with your finger for a softer look. Blot with a tissue and you're good to go.