Your wedding day is the most important day of your life! Everyone will be waiting to see what the brides wearing, how she did her hair and most importantly – her beautiful bridal makeup! Here are 6 tips to look your best on your wedding day!
1.) Capture a timeless memory of your special day by doing a trial run with your hair and makeup stylist months before your wedding day.
2.) Consult with your makeup artist to discuss any questions or concerns that you have about your bridal makeup before the big day. Your makeup artist will walk you through the details of your desired makeup look and show you options.
3.) Color selection is important for the overall picture! It is critical to match your makeup to your dress, accessories and surroundings! The last thing you want is for your color scheme to be off. You want to avoid clashing a poorly thought out color selection between yourself and the lovely flower arrangements, while walking down the aisle. Be sure to discuss all of your color options with your makeup artist, so he or she can keep these colors in mind when choosing products that will both highlight your facial features and complement the overall wedding theme.
4.) A good skincare line that works for your skin type should be a morning and evening ritual. Nowadays it's all about self care.
5.) Watery eyes can be a problem for the bride, so be prepared to shed a tear or two during the wedding ceremony. With this in mind it’s best to plan ahead. Like we said earlier waterproof, waterproof, waterproof! You will be sitting in your makeup for more than 12 hours so be sure to discuss this with your makeup artist and find the best waterproof prodcuts on the market to seal the deal!
6.) Get facial treatments at least once every month before the big day to give your skin a beautiful healthy glow. If your regular routine is to take care of your skin, then keep up the good work! If you are new at facial treatments don’t do a facial the day before the wedding. Give yourself at least a week before the big day to do the treatment. Your skin can get red and irritated for sensitive skin so plan ahead!