If you are planning on tying the knot soon, this article is for you. We have all been to weddings where we told the bride that she looked beautiful, even though we thought that she looked like a painted doll! If you don’t want people to think that about you, read on to find out how your beautician should apply your makeup on your D-Day.
– Apply the foundation very carefully. This is where most makeup jobs look blotched and give the painted face look. The layer should be light and thin, blended in perfectly. Make sure the foundation doesn’t end on the chin, it should rather go on till theneckline of your dres so that there is no obvious difference in the skin tone on your face and neck.
– Take a picture of your wedding attire or the attire itself to the makeup artiste a few days before the big day. This will give him/her time to develop ideas for perfcting a look that goes well with your clothes.
– Use lighter and natural colours as far as possible. These blend in better with the skin tone and give a natural look of beauty.
– Don’t over-use the under-eye concealer. If this doesn’t blend in well with the rest of your face, the camera will know, and so will everyone who sees the pictures!
– Stick with a classic look. Anything that is trendy or “in” at the moment may look very outdated in the pictures a few years later. So stick with a look that is forever in vogue.
– Select golden tone based bases and concealers. This makes for better looking pictures.
– Whatever you do, don’t overdo it. Most makeup artists tend to go overboard with makeup. So you have to keep repeating over and over that you want a light makeup. Do not allow them to experiment on you on your wedding day.