10 Tips to consider while doing Wedding Makeup or Bridal makeup

Planning a wedding takes a lot of work (not to mention money). It is basically a universal truth. From reserving the venue, catering, and sending invitation etc. The time leading up to the big day can be a little blurry. It could be a bit stressful to create perfect Wedding Makeup or Bridal Makeup beauty look for because this is not just any day, it is someone’s big day. Besides making sure your makeup stays put together, you want it to look great in photos.

Fear not – we’ve rounded up all the tips you’ll need to apply while doing your Wedding makeup look like a pro. Read on for 10 expertly recommended tips and tricks to achieve that wedding-day beauty look, all on your own.

Watch hell lot of Wedding Makeup tutorials

Watch as many as possible videos because you will be needing inspirations and you need to gather the ideas for the day. Because some clients can be picky when it comes to their wedding makeup and have already watched many makeup videos. So. you need to be ready for tricky situations like this. It also helps you to know what is trending and what type of face you can find out there, what will suit them.

Practice, Practice, Practice

Wedding makeup tips

No matter how skilled at makeup you are, you don’t want to wait to apply your wedding makeup style on your client’s wedding day. “Practice, practice, practice until you have the look you want,” says Liz Fuller, a Boston-based professional makeup artist. “Then document what you used so that on the wedding day you can refer to your notes to remember which products you used and how you used them.”

Suggest client start better Skincare Routine

Perfect skin is the best possible canvas for your makeup. Makeup artist

“Hilary Klein says gorgeous skin for your wedding day is in the making”.

“Budget permitting, start getting monthly facials – aim for three or four at least – before the big day,” she says. This will help brighten your complexion. And also tell your client to start using the products which give a glow. Do some night care routine and some morning one too.

Calm & Better Environment with Bride (only two of you would be perfect)

“Rooms can be crowded at times and well-meaning wedding members may distract you, so it’s important to have some privacy to relax and put on your makeup,” she says.

“Béke Beau says Not only do you need time to apply your makeup, but you will need a calm environment to do so”.

Now We begin with makeup

Don’t Skip the Primer

Don’t you want your makeup to be long-lasting on your wedding day? A good primer will help. Not only it help smooth out any roughness on your face, but it will also make your makeup “stick” better to your skin, blend more smoothly, and last for longer hours. It will also look better. As an artist, I like to think of the face as a whiteboard, and it is my job to create a masterpiece.

Concealer Is a must-have Idea

Unless you’re among the lucky 5% who get enough sleep and don’t have under-eye circles, you likely will benefit from a little bit of concealer. Avoid trying to “cover up” the dark with a concealer 5 shades lighter. Again, less is more. You don’t want to look like you have white circles under your eyes. The idea is to “correct” the darker color under your eyes with a shade lighter than your skin tone. I advise against the reverse raccoon look!

Choose a Good Bronzer—Wisely

If you’re one of those brides who are obsessed with bronze, skip this section. The last thing you want on your wedding day is to look like you’ve just got a bad tan spray. For the rest of you, a little bit of bronzer (again, not a crazy bronzer face!) Will help you look less washed out in photos. The camera can sometimes give the impression that you are lighter than you really are. A properly applied bronze tint, in strategic areas, can give your face greater “depth” to portraits.

Pay Attention to Your Lashes

Fake eyelashes can be your best friend or your worst nightmare. If applied poorly, or if the eyelashes are inexpensive, it will trick you overnight and irritate your eyes, and you may end up rubbing off all of your eye makeup. If applied correctly, it will look great in your photos. I’m not kidding, you are probably more attractive than you have been in your entire life! Provided it’s done properly, nothing can do what eyelashes can do your eyes will look better than ever. You might even forget you’re wearing it, and if you cry, the mascara won’t work … it’s like a dream come true! The camera tends to “wash” the eyes, so be sure to do something: While I consider false eyelashes “a cool thing,” wearing high-quality, waterproof mascara is a must.

“Testing It Out” on Camera Is Always a better better idea

Even if you use high-quality products, not all makeup is for photography. Whatever products you decide to use, test them in the camera. Some products will add a “white shadow” to your face in photos, so experiment before the wedding instead.

Noe just go with the flow & let your talent shine

What to say in this point its the thing which you know. Just take a deep breathe and start with your makeup it will go very well and if it wont start over again. really sometimes 1st go is not the only thing happen with every makeup artist. You will definetly do your best in 2nd go i know .

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Arushi is a Digital Marketer by profession, but a writer at heart. Aside from being a hopeless romantic and a quirky personality, she's all about having fun and letting others have a share of the same!

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