I did a little work in my wedding makeup looks as an amateur makeup one of my favorite things to do. Before I made my first makeup job for a friend's wedding, I made sure to get some good advice on the best makeup makeup tips to the most beautiful wedding bridal makeup.
Less is not necessarily more, but bridal makeup should be a little heavier than the makeup simply because it needs to shoot well. This does not mean that you go overboard and slap all over your face, but knowing where to put "more" is the key:
Eyes - use "light catchy" eyeshadow (cool colors are best) in front of the arch of the bone, the center of the eyelid and corner of the eye to create an optical illusion. eyes fuller, wider and more obvious.
Lips - another optical illusion for a pout lip is the use of the same evidence to the eye in the middle of the mouth.
The best advice on wedding makeup that I've seen is the use of airbrush makeup base. There are great benefits of airbrush really must be seen to be believed. Not only the highest coverage, but the products are really durable. Your makeup will not budge for the entire wedding, reception or at one time with her new husband! (The dream of every bride) Contour can also be done very easily with an airbrush and often seem much more realistic than when done manually.
Beware of red lips. Not only are the colors neutral and pink look more subtle, but red lips are more likely to embrace and stains. They can also make teeth yellow. (Sigh) The only thing I know is that the bride wants to look like the best version of themselves and they do not want to have so much makeup they look like strangers.
You certainly do not want to have to spend an hour taking a lot of makeup caked on their wedding night. For more tips on bridal makeup secrets and see the links below.
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