The important part of your wedding day makeup is to look like yourself. You want to look your best without looking like you're trying too hard.
Every Bride wants to look exceptionally beautiful on her wedding day, as she should. The method of makeup application creates a look that enhances your own natural features, hides the imperfections, and lets you feel like yourself. Most importantly, make sure that your wedding day makeup makes you feel like the beautiful bride you are.
Brides always look for the best wedding ideas that they’ll use in order to ensure that their special day will be a real blast. You need to look naturally beautiful and you want to make sure your makeup lasts during the day into the evening. If you feel comfortable within the amount of makeup you are wearing, it will show in your pictures. Here are some bridal make-up tips to make sure you look flawless on your big day.
On your wedding day, you would surely want your groom to see you inside your most natural beauty and not hidden under several layers of makeup. Take note that less is always much more better stick for a natural and light wedding makeup.
Always Apply Your Foundation
Certain foundations are more effective with a sponge or brush. Your fingers may also leave behind fingerprints, so the look isn’t as smooth and finished-looking. If you use a sponge, apply foundation by stippling the sponge, not swiping it across the skin. This gives your foundation a far more natural look, and blends it more evenly into the skin.
Put On Concealer
You need to use a different kind of concealer for the eyes than for your face. It should be something very creamy and emollient not necessarily oil-free, like you’ll use on your face so it doesn’t get dry and cakey during the day. You also want to use something peach-based so it contrasts the the blue and purple tones of the eyelid.
Mascara And Eye Liner
Your mascara and eye liner are the finishing touches for your eyes. These things allow you to add as much definition as you wish. If you anticipate shedding some tears on your big day, use a waterproof mascara and eyeliner you will be glad you did.
Your wedding day lip color should look consistent with the rest of your makeup. You will need a lipstick that is a little brighter than your usual color to ensure that it shows up in your pictures. If this sounds like the case, you should try wearing the lipstick a few times before the big day in order to get used to it. If you still don’t seem like yourself, you can use a similar shade to what you wear day to day so long as it complements your overall look.
Brushes And Blushes
Have your cheekbones accentuated by applying light powdered blush. Ensure that the color you choose will coordinate with the rest of your wedding makeup colors. Just don’t overdo things.
Forget The Sparkle
There are brides who choose to wear shiny or sparkled powder during their big day but it is something you might have to reconsider. After 20 years or so, you will thank yourself when you go using your wedding pictures and see how beautiful and timeless they appear, not trendy and gimmicky.