On the wedding day the Indian bride wants to look best when all when all eyes are
set on her. Bride's make up, hairstyle and outfit should be perfectly matched. Her
overall look should match her personality. From the bridal outfit to her make up
and hairstyle everything should add to her beauty and compliment each other. For
a bride her wedding dress is of her most priority.
On your wedding day, you want to look fabulous-but remain true to yourself. You don't
want to look like a stranger in your wedding photos.
Don’t usually wear makeup? Bend your rule just a little. At the very least, your
skin should look flawless and glowing
Go through magazines to help you decide how you want your wedding makeup to look
before you meet with a makeup artist or purchase any cosmetics.
To cover the reddish skin, use sheer color corrector and apply tinted moisturizer
of yellowish green or olive green shade to neutralize it.
Pink color blush is not for the wedding day, generally speaking. Try bronzer under
For brides with oily skin, be sure to avoid any harsh skin treatments as these can
actually increase the amount of oil in your skin. A better alternative is to being
a skin care routine with cleansers and balancers made specifically for your skin
Don’t be afraid to experiment with makeup in the months leading up to the wedding.
You should aim to have your makeup choices made at least a month before the wedding
so that you can be sure you do not have nasty reactions to new products.
Don’t feel that your bridal makeup needs to be very heavy for it to look good in
pictures. If you do this, your wedding makeup will only look as though it's been
Apply two layers of waterproof mascara, having few seconds pause between, to avoid
smudging Make sure you use smudge proof eye makeup. Wedding ceremonies take a longer
time and you might rub the eyes accidentally. Eye shadow should compliment your skin
tone and the outfit your wear. Use eyelashes for a dramatic look.
Don't forget to carry all of your bridal makeup with you. You never know when you
may need to reapply makeup at your wedding.
Use a long-lasting lipstick. When they first came out, most were dry and not suitable
for a day-filled with close-ups and endless congratulatory kisses. But the new generation
wised up with separate color and moisturizer. Apply the color once at the beginning
of the day, and remoisturize a couple of times to keep lips luscious and picture-perfect.