A step by step guide for beginner bridal makeup.
What Color is Right For You?
The color to start with is a good idea. Do not stress too much over the exact shade of your chosen color. It should be close to your natural lip color as possible, but feel free to experiment. It’s also important to remember that different colors suit different skin tones. For example, people with fair skin tones are typically advised to wear reds and peaches while those with olive or dark skin tones might want browns, greens, taupes, or black.
The Types of Makeups Used in Weddings
Makeup is one of the most important aspects of any big day. In a wedding, it helps to enhance and create an overall beautiful look. There are many different types of makeup, but today we’ll be focusing on three main types: foundation, blush, and eye shadow.
The Type of Foundation That Works for Brides
Although brides are often told to wear light foundation, the best foundation for brides is a full coverage, matte foundation. Make sure to use a good sponge with your makeup and get rid of any excess oils or oils that you might have on your skin before applying your foundation.
Using Brushes to Apply Makeup
The first step in applying makeup is to rub the brush on powder, starting at the root of the face and working towards the tip. This will pick up any excess oils and ensure that it is well blended.
Creating the Nails That Brides Want
The best way to create a bridal-worthy look is by creating the nails that you want. Determining what look you want for your wedding day start with a clear idea of what age and occasion you are going for. How do other brides like their nails to look? Have they already tried a nail design that is similar to the one you envision?
Tricks for Beautiful Eyes
Eyes are the most important part of makeup and, therefore, this step should always be done first. Eyebrows should be checked for shape and color before applying any other makeup. Blush can also be applied in this step. If the bride wants to have a bold look, she could use smokey eyeshadow to complete the look.