03 Feb Wedding Day Make-Up – How To Get It Done Right
Congratulations! You’ve found the person you want to spend the rest of your life with. And the big day is already on the calendar. Yes, the day is fast-approaching, and you probably have a lot on your mind. Here’s a piece of advice: write down all your must-do’s (the ones only you can handle). Keep looking at them daily. That way, nothing will take you by surprise. One of the critical things to plan for is your make-up. This post will help you get it right.
Keep it simple
You may want to go all out and do the things you’ve never done before. After all, for this special day, you need a special look. However, the experts advise that you observe a bit of moderation:
“You don’t want to look too different on your wedding day,” says Tilbury, who adds that the best bridal makeup is about being “the most beautiful version of yourself.” In other words, if you generally go light with your foundation and lipstick, this is probably not the day to experiment with substantial contouring or a bold red lip. You want to look at your photos later on and recognize yourself, so she advises brides to stick with neutral shades designed to enhance their natural features. Of course, you don’t have to play it too safe. A wedding is a perfect time to try out a “soft feline flick” on your lids for an ultra-feminine look that “instantly defines and lifts your eyes so you look bright-eyed and beautiful.” Read more at Vogue…
Looking like a totally different person is a no-no. As much as you want to look special, enhancing your natural appearance is a better idea altogether.
Are you the naturalist kind of girl? Is make-up a completely new territory for you? Or have you only used make-up on a special occasion and didn’t like the result? Then these tips should prove helpful:
Even if you have a full hair and makeup team, it’s not a bad idea to prepare yourself with a few wedding makeup ideas and know-how.
Whether you’re working with a professional makeup artist or going the DIY route, make sure you know what you want: Make a folder of bridal makeup looks so you can keep all your inspiration in one place.
Do a full makeup trial before the wedding, and make sure your foundation and concealer still match your skin tone.
Beauty starts from the inside out: Get plenty of sleep, drink water, and maintain a regular skincare routine. Read more at MasterClass…
If you are an emotional girl, you’ll be safe if you use waterproof mascara. Although such products are more difficult to wash off, they’ll save you the trouble of ruined make-up on your big day.
On The Wedding Day
Many brides are usually not prepared for the actual day and what it takes for everyone to be ready. Here’s an idea of what to plan for your wedding morning:
Be prepared for an early morning —especially if the wedding party has a lot of members The larger the wedding party(and the fewer the stylists), the longer the process will take. Expect both hair and makeup respectively to take 30 to 45 minutes per bridesmaid (and mother of bride) and 60 to 90 minutes for the bride. Factor in even more time if there’s only one photographer expected to document both partners’ getting-ready moments. We know, it sounds like a long day, but it flies. Use down time to take photos, have a bellini and a bite, and enjoy those special, last few hours before the ceremony. Read more at The Knot…
With this in mind, you’ll definitely need to sleep early and get enough sleep. Also, let your make-up stylist be in the know as far as your morning program is concerned. That way, you won’t get unnecessarily anxious.
With all this in mind, you need to have a wedding dress that will complete your look. At New York Bride & Groom of Raleigh, we have an amazing selection of wedding gowns. You’ll certainly find what you’re looking for: boho wedding gowns, plus-size gowns, and even custom suits and tuxedo rentals for the men. Moreover, you’ll find amazing bridal consultants ready to help you get the dress of your dreams. Visit us today! You’ll be glad you did.