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Tips on Bridal Make-Up

Baisc Tips on Effective Bridal Make-Up

A wedding is a wonderful, once-in-a-lifetime event. Your wedding day is one day where nothing short of perfection can come to pass. With all your long-awaited hopes, dreams, and fantasies coming to life, it is easy to get worked up over tiny details that might or might not materialise, to fuss over plans and venues, and what not. But looking your absolute best?

That is one thing you need not worry about. It’s time to tackle the only aspect we’ve not covered in our blog till date is – “bridal makeup.”.

Just follow these bridal makeup tips, and look breathtaking on your special day.

1. Cleansing The Face

Indian brides love to use bold and bright colors for their marriage ceremonies. In order to obtain a long-lasting look, you should start by cleansing your face well and then patting it dry to ensure that there are no traces of dirt or oil on the face.

2. Base Preparation

Moisturize your face for a smooth appearance and an even skin tone. Amidst working extensively on the face alone, do not forget to moisturize using your fingertips by rubbing well in a circular and gentle motion. You could even use a tinted moisturizer.

3. Application of Primer

Use a primer two minutes post moisturizing, and blend it well. This helps to keep your concealer and foundation in place, and keeps the makeup intact for long hours. Sephora and MAC are amongst the top brands for primers..
4. Using Concealers
It is equally important to use a concealer to cover spots or blemishes. You can brighten up your skin tone by using a colored concealer like yellow or green to cover the reddish blemishes on the skin.

5. Using foundation appropriately

Apply a foundation without SPF and blend it well with a makeup brush or a sponge. Starting from the center of the face, apply the foundation on the other areas and blend it outwards. A foundation with a matte finish would be a good option as well. A foundation with SPF will give your face an undesirable ‘flash’ effect in photographs, so it’s better to avoid it. You won’t be spending much time in the sun on your wedding day anyway!

6. Using Highlighters

For a glowing look, use a highlighter on the higher planes of the face, such as the check bones, the bridge of the nose, the center of the forehead, and the Cupid’s bow. You can opt for highlighters from Colorbar, Sephora, or MAC.

7. Using of bronzers

The bronzer is commonly used to heavily contour the face and make it look chiselled and sharp in the photographs. Take a blush brush, preferably angular, and apply with strokes on to the sides of the chin, but not on the center. Do the same on the sides of the forehead, and on the two sides along the nose bone, but not on the top. Suck your cheeks in and use some bronzer on the top part of the contours, near to the ear, in light strokes. But make sure it is not along the entire length of the contour.

8. Using the right colour

Indian brides love gold eye makeup since it goes well with their red, fuchsia, or green lehengas, ghagras, or heavy saris. So, if you want to play it safe, this is the color to go with.

9. Fixing the eyelids and eyebrows

Paint your eyelids with a gold or peachy pink shade, and use some charcoal shadow on the exterior lid contours to give a subtle, smokey effect. You can achieve this by using a brown shade on the inner crease area. You can also use golden eyeshadow instead of silver for the brow bones. Use an eyebrow pencil or an angular brush dipped in brow powder for the eyebrows.

10. Using liners & mascara

Do not experiment with brown or blue liners on your wedding day. It’s better to use a plain and simple jet-black liner, preferably waterproof. Draw a thick line on the top and a heavy line with a strong kajal on the lower eyelid, smudging it till the outer corner for that extra oomph. Don’t forget to use a volume-enhancing mascara. Mascaras with curled brushes work great for awesome, curly lashes.

11. Using false lashes

Grab some false lashes to accentuate and open up your eyes, making them look brighter. Remember to have some trials before the wedding date just to ensure there is no room for trial and error on the wedding day.

12. Fixing lips

If you have thin lips, then line your lips along the natural line with a color that almost matches your normal skin tone. If you have plump lips, then line the natural lip line with a darker shade. Wear a lipstick that complements the whole look.Go for maroon or dark red for bigger and fuller lips, and peachy pink or light pink for thin lips. Thin-lipped people can apply a lip plumper instead of a lipgloss, whereas large-lipped people can use a simple lip-gloss, concentrating more on the center of the lip..

13. Hairdo Tips

Tied hair or flowing and natural? When it comes to weddings, the hairdo is just as important as the dress. Out of ideas? We got you! We will suggest you to google, to find the most beautiful hairstyles for long, medium and short hair; perfect for the bride, as well as the bridesmaids and guests. The season’s must? The headband, made of pearls or white satin, decorating a chignon or a low ponytail. Those who feel more gipsy, instead, can opt for wildflowers in the hair for a boho chic effect. Ready for the big leap?

14. Last but not the least – “Stick to the B A S I C S !”

The main idea of a perfect bridal makeup look is to accentuate the best features, and at the same time, keep the overall look simple, yet gorgeous. As it is, Indian brides are loaded with jewelry and heavy dresses, hence it is best to keep the makeup natural. Amongst all Indian bridal makeup tips, getting your skin to look healthy and glowing on the wedding day is very important. Simply taking care of it a week before the D-day will not suffice. Your skin needs time to take in nourishment and treatments. Overdoing the treatments may lead to further damage. Make time for yourself and indulge in the treatments two months or at least six weeks before the wedding day. Take regular pedicures and manicures. Also, go in for facials and skin treatments at least six weeks prior to the ceremony to give your skin time to work.

Dear Readers,

The above mentioned information are only for reference and are not binding and final. You may consult and hire a professional make-up artist for your D-Day.

And remember, “If everything fails, WE ARE ALWAYS THERE FOR YOU !!

” L O O K  B R I G H T E R – L O O K  S H I N E R “

Warm regards,
S A M O N N O Y
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