Wedding is the most important events in a woman’s life, and as the saying goes, a “Big Fat Indian Wedding” is an event involving the whole clan. The spouse has many thoughts, including her presence. A bride is anxious with her appearance, specially her day. She should look way outside a princess in Bridal Makeup.
Bridal Makeup is not at all easy, to make it perfect depends in no small extent on two things: the first is the happiness of the bride, which will lead to the natural splendour of the bride, and the professional must understand what best suits the bride.
Indian makeup has always been hectic and time-consuming. As a result, many brides are now opting for more subtle makeup. To maintain a flawless appearance, the bride should follow a careful regimen before applying makeup up to 2 weeks before the wedding.
If the bride has pimples, highlights, or too many red spots on her face, the camera will light, try to capture every detail, and you will come to the conclusion that you are not going to do such a thing at your wedding. To avoid this mistake, you need to prepare days in advance.
Hollywood makeup is a technique that transforms an actress’ look into an attractive look. Hollywood makeup is a well-known term that pays attention to the skin. It uses makeup and other necessary accessories such as hair, shoes, jewellery, and nails. You can’t imagine life without Hollywood makeup. You need to know how to choose makeup for yourself and follow some simple rules.
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Here are some tips to follow eight weeks before the wedding
- Before D-Day approaches, all you need to do is take care of your hair and skin to get rid of all chemicals and look good.
- Prepare CTM cleanser, toner, moisturizer, and sun diet with natural products like honey, lemon, sugar, cottage cheese, and tomato for everyday use. Do a homemade scrub with ground coffee or besan to use twice a week. It works not just for your face but for your whole body.
- Always try out different hairstyles before choosing one and go for it without change.
- Try out your makeup under bright light that would also be on the wedding and reception day to see which look suits you best.
- Leave to wax for a week before the wedding and pinch all facial hair at least three days in advance.
Also Read: How to Grow Your Natural Lashes?
Tips for the wedding day
- When you are cleaning your face, close your pores with ice cubes, so you don’t sweat a lot.
- Make it clear to your makeup artist that you don’t want any experience on your face on your wedding day.
- Deep your skin with bronze precipitate.
- Choose a primer so that it does not run out.
- Don’t forget about contouring for a well-defined face with clean features.
- Create cleanser, toner, moisturizer, and sunscreen with natural products like honey, lemon, sugar, cottage cheese and tomato for everyday use. Make a homemade scrub with coffee powder or besan to use twice a week. It applies not only to face but to your whole body.
- Make sure you don’t use talcum powder throughout the makeup regimen.
- Make sure everything is waterproof, choose gel eyeliner that will last longer and give your eyes a better definition.
- Although the foundation can be golden, the blush and lip colour should be pink or red.
- Use cream blush if you have dry skin and powder blush for oily or normal skin. Please don’t overdo it.
- Keep the lip colour in your natural lip line. Use profound sunglasses of red. Seal in the lipstick before using the lipstick. Don’t use it just for management. Your lipstick should come closest to the lipstick.
- Always be prepared for touch-ups. Let your makeup artist be there for you with lipstick, lipstick, topcoat, blush, mascara, detergent, and eyeliner. Take a short break to apply makeup if necessary.
Here are some of the tips that will come in handy for your wedding makeup.
While most brides today prefer to have makeup applied professionally, the makeup artist often acts as a barber, resulting in an amateur hairstyle that may not do your overall look justice. So if you are on the budget, we recommend hiring a hairdresser. (Unless, of course, your MUA does both.) Here are some hairstyles and accessories to inspire you for your unique sunrise:
bridal hairstyles and accessories
1. The classic bun with temple jewellery
If you’re going for a traditional look, we recommend going for a classic hairstyle – a sleek bun with gajra and a temple jewel hairpin.
2. Half twisted bun and curls with a beaded hairpin
For a more contemporary look suitable for a sangeet or Mehendi party, this half updo with a pearly bobby pin can add wonders to your face.