Bridal Make-Up Tips and Tricks


When choosing makeup for important days, you should choose classic, elegant makeup and most importantly, make yourself feel comfortable. If you never do makeup, there is no point in drawing a dramatic black smokey eye, and if you often do makeup, you will feel uncomfortable in the “no makeup look”. Keep the foundation clean and natural. Foundation can only be used to even out skin tone and cover up any minor blemishes or imperfections. Always match the foundation to the skin on the jawline. The perfect foundation should blend seamlessly with the skin. On important days, you want your makeup to last all day, so it’s recommended to use a primer. Make sure to use blotting powder on top of the foundation that day. This will also make the makeup last a long time, but it will also take away the greasy look in the photo. There will be a lot of flash photography that day, which will only make the skin look very shiny. Pay special attention to the oily T-zones on the forehead, nose and chin. Try not to apply the powder under the eyes as this will accentuate any fine lines and wrinkles. Make sure to use blush to bring some color to your face, this will also help give the look a new look.

Keep the eyeshadow natural and bright. The beautiful golden brown color suits most people. Use a good quality brush to blend the eyeshadow to create a professional blended look. Apply an eyelid primer before your eyeshadow so it lasts for a day. Use black eyeliner on top for a dramatic look. Use a cream or white eyeliner to draw lines in the eyes, making you look wide open. Make sure you use a lot of waterproof mascara, you may cry and you don’t want the mascara running down your cheeks. Consider using separate false lashes to create beautiful lashes.

Use a lip pencil that matches the color of the lipstick to outline your lips. Apply a long-lasting lipstick on top. Pink and coral are good color choices for the day because they are very natural. Make sure your lips are well moisturized, otherwise long-lasting lipsticks will leave them looking dry and flaky.

Make the skin beautiful:

The best basis for any bridal make-up is fresh and healthy skin. Beauty requires time and preparation. At least six months before your important day, you should create a skin plan to prepare for the important day. It is recommended to get facials every month at reputable beauty salons. Relaxation and relaxation will be great for you, and wedding planning is very stressful. However, make the final visit at least four weeks before the wedding to ensure that you do not have facial acne on the wedding day. If you’re on a budget, why not have your own facial care routine, which can be easily done with products from your local pharmacy.

Avoid too much sunlight, as dry, flaky skin doesn’t look good. If you really want that healthy glow, go for a fake tan that’s kind to the skin. Make sure to try the fake tan at least once before the big day because you don’t want to look orange walking down the aisle. You need to apply it about 24 hours before your hands so you can shower and let it fade into a more natural color, and you don’t want to accidentally stain the big white dress! Do not wax or shave until you are done. I have many brides who do this and they have a lot of fake tan in their hair follicles.


Make sure to condition it, trim it, trim any roots and let it grow to your desired length. If you do your own hair, find some styling tips on the internet and try the style you want a few times so that you can easily complete the styling that day. It is best to wax for the armpits, legs and bikini line. On the wedding day/honeymoon, excess hair is the last thing you don’t want to worry about. Make sure to wax a few months in advance, this will make your hair shinier and will ensure you don’t have any allergic reactions to the product.


There are many things we can do to get the figure of our dreams for our wedding. A healthy diet and a good exercise program are the best choices. The local spa also offers body treatments such as wraps and anti-cellulite treatments. Avoid drinking and eating bread a few days ago so you don’t get bloated on the wedding day. Good underwear is a must!


Your hands and nails get a lot of attention from guests and photographers who want to check closely. Do a good nail care routine before the important day. Daily use of hand cream and weekly home manicure will keep them in good condition. Artificial nails are a good choice for nail biters, but they require regular maintenance. I really like gel nails cured with UV lamps, they are very nice and not as rough as the old acrylic resin on natural nails. I think simple French polishing is a good choice on the wedding day.

Foot therapy:

Don’t forget those toes. A pedicure can make your feet look and feel great. If you are going on a honeymoon, you can do a 3-week gel pedicure so that you don’t have to worry about applying your toenails in your absence.


If you are concerned about teeth whitening, consider teeth whitening. There are many good home kits on the market. Or I found the new Whitening Mouth Washes are great and can make them brighter, if that’s what you need. Avoid drinking red wine, coffee and smoking afterwards as bleached teeth stain faster.


Some people say that you will never forget the perfume you used on your wedding day. You have to make the right choice, because that scent always takes you right back to your special day… and you want it to be that way for all the right reasons. Make sure you wear it for the day so you know it’s definitely right for you and the scent will change on your skin over time. Don’t choose something that is too strong or completely different from the clothes you normally wear. Use adjunct products in the perfume line, such as shower gel or body lotion, to let it sit for a day.

Don’t panic, the most important thing is to pamper yourself and not get too excited for the wedding. This should be the best day of your life.

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