Wedding Makeup Do and Don’ts

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Every girl wants to look perfect on her wedding. It is justified as it happens to be the most important day of her life. So, in order to be a stunning bride, Here is the list of some Dos and Don’ts of wedding makeup you need to keep in mind.

Do

  • Stick to the classic and sophisticated look.
  • Always moisturise your skin before applying make-up.
  • Apply a primer before the application of foundation and concealer on your face.
  • Always dust loose powder on the face with the help of brush so that the make-up stays put.
  • Include a dash of bronzer on the bridge of your nose (to make it look slimmer) and on the forehead.
  • Stick to standard colours of eyeliners like Black and Brown. If you want to experiment then go for deep blue eyeliner.
  • Choose a flattering warm peach or rose colour for your cheeks as blush.
  • For lips, go for standard shades like red, rust and pink but if you want subtle lips then choose mid-tone neutrals like caramel, pinkish nude.
  • Apply lip balm before application of lipstick and always line your lips before filling in colour.

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Don’t

  • Do not follow the latest trends blindly. Everything cannot suit everybody.
  • Do not go for a foundation that is too light than your real complexion. It will only make your make up look cakey.
  • Do not put extra blush in wake of looking like a blushing bride. You will naturally blush too.
  • Do not choose bold colours like blue, green, yellow, pink etc. for eye shadows.
  • Do not experiment with your make-up before the D-day.
  • Do not use heavy coloured brow pencils to define your eyebrows. That’ll make you look stern.
  • Do not wear pale coloured lipsticks like nude, frost or lip tints. You’ll end up looking washed out.
  • If you highlight your eyes then do not go for bold lip colour and vice versa.
  • Just keep these points in mind and be a dazzling bride on your wedding day!

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