10 Wedding Makeup Secrets Every Bride Should Know

shutterstock_263570879 Brides are the cynosure of everyone’s eyes all through the wedding ceremonies and festivities. That is pressure alright! Looking flawless is easy now with the help of a stylist to help you assemble your wedding trousseau. Your best friend is, of course, the makeup artist, so choose well. She or he will add the magic needed to get you on top of the day. While she will do her magic, what is important is that your skin is a flawless canvas to begin with. So, begin taking care of it at least 6 months before the D-day. While there are many- many to-dos for flawless make up a good makeup artist will be up-to-speed with the latest trends and techniques to get you the best results. Here is a list of makeup tips that you can discuss with your makeup artist beforehand. 1. Look  Tanned, toned, bronzed - whichever look you decide, it's worked best when it's combined with the type of function, the light that will be there in the hall or outside and the style you want to carry. A tanned look in the night will not go well with an orange but will work beautifully during a day event. Doing full looks beforehand pays out beautifully. shutterstock_430058866 2. Highlights Well highlighted cheeks are a winner, hands down. Find a makeup artist who can carve out cheeks and a contoured look flawlessly. High cheek bones give definition and make for a great picture even when you are not posing for the camera. 3. Polished Sophisticated, minimalistic looks work very well for slightly formal events like a reception or Pooja. Looking cool and minimalistic might get captured as washed out if it’s part of the D-day. This also happens as our trousseaus tend to be bright and solid colours. Click on the next page for 7 more secrets to looking flawless on your wedding day! shutterstock_286783142 4. Dewy Dewy looks are delicate and feminine and work very well for brides. The trick is to plan beforehand if it’s going to be a hot or warm day? If the weather is warm and you have coolers blowing around, the air can quickly dehydrate the skin and make the look patchy.   5. Pop Pick one feature to pop up in a look. A good guide is to go nude if your eyes are smokey or dark highlighted. In the reverse, if you want your lips to do the talking, down light the eyes with just a dash of shine in the inner corners. 6. Hairdo One can have any type of hair do with the right wigs, extensions and add-on pieces. Plan a different hairdo for all occasions, from princess plaids to high sophisticated buns, to feminine curls. Matching the hair colours beforehand will save you a ton of time, stress and work on the D-day. 7. Hydration before make up This is the most critical part of any makeup. A well-hydrated skin makes the best canvas for any type of makeup. Kick start your skin care at least 6 months ahead of time and pay special attention to detox and hydration. shutterstock_394090282 8. Airbrush Try an airbrushed look for a morning ceremony. This gives a very smooth finish and with the right artist doing it well, it looks radiant and flawless. 9. Lip gloss on cheeks This trick gives a very nice subtle glow to the face. It’s a Bobby Brown secret that is being used in runways around the world. 10. Removal Spend some time before the ceremonies start in learning how to remove makeup. This is often overlooked but is very crucial. If the makeup is removed without a proper cleanse it can clog up pores leading to a zit before the last of the ceremonies. Removing eye makeup without a proper eye makeup remover and poor technique can stress the delicate eye area, leaving your eyes swollen and puffy. With many ceremonies stacked up, makeup removal is as important as hydration, as relaxed skin makes the makeup look even better. Your big day just around the corner? Why not check out our bridal packages where we take care of not just your skin and hair care needs, but also help you shed the unwanted kilos to fit seamlessly in your dream dress!

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