Choosing your wedding makeup can be one of the toughest decisions on your big day. So, here are some fantastic makeup looks that are going to blow you away.
Experiment With Color
Use a purplish-pink shadow and apply it to your eyelids. This will help to change the color of the corners. Also, you can use black eyeliner and apply matching lipstick to complete the look.
Why not have some lined lids to create a pleasant, berry-esque look? Also, softly blush the cheeks.
Go for a pale pink look and use a brown shade on the top of your eyes. In the “V” corner of your eyes, you can also apply a touch of a champagne color.
Shadows of Gold
A gold shadow will help create an understated, but mysterious look. Then, on the top of your eyelid, apply a hint of brown. With a bit of pink blush, you’re good to go.
Apply eyeliner to the top and bottom of your eyes. Then, to make things a little smoky, why not apply a bit of black shadow to your lids? Finally, faintly bronze the cheeks.
With a couple of earthy tones, you’ll be able to take on the world. Just make sure to avoid the lips.
Even if you are a simpleton who barely applies any makeup, when it comes to your wedding day, you always want to go the extra mile to look and feel good. While most outfits, accessories, and makeup are taken care of in preparation for the bridal look, there are some things that can be done with minimal effort. Be it overall skincare and health measures or small details like hair and nail upkeep leading up to your big event, there are simple tips and tricks that give you the radiant glow one wants for the big day.
Protect Your Skin
Healthy skin helps you add an extra glow to your finished look. Skincare can manifest in simple hydration, an easy skincare routine, treatments, and chemical peels. However, for the procedures like chemical peels, or a new skincare routine altogether, it is best to start with some time to spare, preferably a year, so that any and all changes to your skin can be adapted to and accordingly resolved to have the desired effect.
Be Careful With Makeup
While everyone knows that makeup is mostly made of chemicals, the trick is in the formulas. Every makeup product is different in its composition thereby having different impacts and finishes on the skin. So, when getting your wedding vanity set ready, it’s always advisable to look into the chemicals used in the products. Check whether they would aesthetically suit you or if they generally have any side effects so that you can pick and choose.
Fix Your Hair
There is a trend of choosing your hairdo well in advance with a professional to get the best results. While this is a great practice that eliminates any last-minute issues, take care not to drastically change your hair before the wedding and especially after your session with the stylist. Not only does it affect your hair, but sometimes, even the smallest of modifications in cut or color can change the whole look of your hairdo.
Experts advise some tips to avoid and quickly resolve any mishaps on your big day. These include keeping your foundation more radiant, and not shiny with a highlighter to emphasize particular areas strategically. For eyebrows, using two colors is said to get a more natural look depending on the hair density. As for lipsticks, using a liner matching your natural color to fill in is recommended so that even if the lipstick fades, it would not look unnatural with a ring around the lip.
Most brides go for their nail design just days before the wedding, it is always good to go for a nail trial. This helps you try out different designs and decide if you want to change the initial design you were going for. Also, some TLC is also well appreciated by experts who advise oiling your cuticles and nails every day to get healthy nails for the big day. Also, avoid any activity that may damage your nails, especially in the days leading up to the event.