Your wedding is an incredibly important day. Most people view it as the most important day of their life, so having a disaster on the make up front is just not an option. In this article, we will give you some incredibly useful tips that you may not have heard of before.
Each of the tips is practical and easy to put into effect, and each of them should allow you to have a more pleasant experience as regards your make-up preparation for your wedding day.
Our first tip concerns the timing. You’re bound to have a trial run for your make up. This is best done around three weeks before the big day. This allows you to plan for a different course of action if things don’t quite look right, and also ensures that you have that fresh look in your mind as you move towards the big day.
If you have any fake tan that you want to get rid of, there is still time to do so. Any spots or blemishes can be treated in those three weeks in the run-up to the big day.
Whether you’re working with a make up artist or your friends, remember that colour is important with your wedding make up. Your face will be set against a sheer white wedding dress, so colour in the cheeks is essential. Obviously, don’t overdo it, but do ensure that you have some colour that easily complements the white of the wedding dress.
This is one of the most important parts of your make-up, and it is easily handled badly. When you are having your trial run, three weeks before the big day, ensure you get the colour right so it accentuates your natural colour as well as brings a bit of drama against your wedding dress. If you get this bit wrong, you’ll easily be noticeable in the wedding photos for decades to come.
If you are doing it alone, make sure you buy the very best materials and the very best make-up on the market. Professional quality make up is advised. The reason for this is very simple. You want to look your best on the big day, and you can only ensure this is the case if you’re using the kind of make up that professional make-up artists use.
Take the time to research the best things on the market, and save up for them if you have to. This includes tools such as brushes as well. Only by buying the best will you look your best on your wedding day.
Your make-up is crucial on your big day. This is as crucial as your hair and your dress. Take the time to research how best to go about it if you are doing it on your own. If you have a special beautician to help you, talk to them a lot before the big day, and ensure you have that trial run around three weeks before the day of your wedding.