The bells have started ringing for the upcoming wedding season! Whether you’re a spouse-to-be, a maid of honour, or a guest, you need to look the best on this big day. After all a wedding is not an everyday affair. Weddings are anyways a lot of fun, not just for the couple, but for their friends and families as well.
Talking about the perfect look on your big day, there’s always a lot to think and consider. While it is important that the make-up you do suits you the best, it’s essential to keep few little things in mind — as small things can make a huge difference! Here I list you five easy tips for all you brides-to-be so that you look flawless on your wedding day.
When choosing your make-up, make sure it suits your skin tone and the color of your dress. After all you not only want to look good during the wedding ceremony, but also in pictures. Go for a make-up test before a camera a week before your wedding with the look you are planning. This will help you decide if you need to make any changes to your make-up.
Plan in Advance
For a make-up artist to give you the desired look, it is important that he/she understands your skin texture properly. So choose the artist well in advance for a flawless make-up. It would also help you understand the products the artist is going to use for your make-up.
Weddings in India are usually a long affair. So it’s quite natural for your make-up to go once you start sweating. Always opt for waterproof eyeliner and mascara, and choose well-pigmented colors to make sure your make-up stays put.
Most artists give a lot of importance to your eyes and lips, but what pulls the whole make-up together is how great your skin and foundation is. If your skin looks blotchy or oily, it’ll dampen the effect. Go for a good primer and a proper colored foundation that is not too heavy.
Having chosen waterproof mascara, eyeliner, lipstick etc, it’s important to remember to avoid getting it anywhere near your dress. You should avoid touching your face once the make-up is done. Also apply make up only after you put your dress on, with a towel draped over your body.