Doing Your Own Makeup for Your Wedding Day


You want your groom to identify you as you walk down that aisle, not to mention looking like yourself in your wedding pictures.

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The Happy Balance

You want your groom to identify you as you walk down that aisle, not to mention looking like yourself in your wedding pictures. The main element is to look like yourself with a small amount of enhancement. You need a bit more make-up so that it shows in pictures but want to look amazing in real life - you need to strike a happy balance.

The Tone

While every bit of your makeup is important, pay extra focus on your skin layer tone. You’ll wish to be careful it does not look blotchy or oily. You might want to start exfoliating a minimum of 2 months before your wedding with the goal of having smooth skin. A few times per week depending on your skin layer type, should do the secret. If you want to take care of yourself, get yourself a professional facial 6 weeks before your wedding and ensure that your esthetician does know this is your pre-wedding facial. Be certain never to over-exfoliate or receive any aggressive treatments eight weeks leading up to your wedding. Don't forget under the eyes. Make sure they are hydrated and nourished after your hectic wedding planning!

 

 


Prime Time

Your face is like a lovely canvas, looking forward to its masterpiece. Prime that person before you apply either liquid or powder foundation. Primer fills in pores and fine lines and you'll find your foundation glides on effortlessly. Lakme Primer helps makeup from setting directly into any imperfections. Don’t your investment eyeshadow primer! Not merely does it assist in preventing shadow from creasing and helps it last longer, but it offers a nice, even base for your shadow. We love the shade and texture of Lakme Makeup Eyeshadow Primer. We recommend blending it into your eyelids from lash line to brow. You will like the velvety feel and how it magically conceals any veins or colorations on your own lids before applying eyeshadow.

 

The Happy Balance

You want your groom to identify you as you walk down that aisle, not forgetting looking like yourself in your wedding pictures. The key is to appear to be yourself with a small amount of enhancement. You need a little more make-up so that it shows in pictures but want to look amazing in true to life - it is advisable to strike a happy balance.

The Tone

While every little bit of your make-up is important, pay extra focus on your skin tone. You’ll want to be careful it generally does not look blotchy or oily. You might want to start exfoliating a minimum of 2 months before your wedding with the purpose of having smooth skin. A few times per week depending on your skin type, should do the trick. If you want to take care of yourself, get a professional facial 6 weeks before your wedding and ensure that your esthetician does know this is your pre-wedding facial. Be certain never to over-exfoliate or receive any aggressive treatments eight weeks before your wedding. Don't forget beneath the eyes. Make sure they are hydrated and nourished after your hectic wedding planning!.

Prime Time

Your face is like a lovely canvas, looking forward to its masterpiece. Prime that person before you apply either liquid or powder foundation. Primer fills in pores and fine lines and you will find your foundation glides on effortlessly. Lakme Primer helps makeup from setting directly into any imperfections. Don’t forget the eyeshadow primer! Not only does it help prevent shadow from creasing and helps it go longer, but it offers a nice, even base for your shadow. We love the shade and texture of Lakme Primer. We recommend blending it into your eyelids from lash line to brow. You will like the velvety feel and how it magically conceals any veins or colorations on your own lids before applying eyeshadow.

Strategically Conceal

If the inner corners of your eyes have a tendency to be dark, add a concealer (and maybe even a highlighter?) and blend very well so it doesn't look overweight. You may want to add concealer to the sides of your nose if it tends to get red. Concealing is also a great tool to greatly help cover any dark areas beneath the eyes. And let’s hope not, but those pesky friends, “the blemishes”, have a tendency to pop-up at these important times.

The Highlights

Highlighting may be a hard concept to grasp, nonetheless it could be your very best friend when you want to draw attention to a special feature, put in a touch of light here or there or contour a specific area. Depending on your facial features and skin tone, there are three main areas highlighters will come in handy: the cheekbones and temples, the eyes, and the Cupid’s bow. It is vital to be sure the highlighter isn't too shiny or shimmery but just adds a dose of light.

 

The Happy Balance

You want your groom to recognize you as you walk down that aisle, not forgetting looking like yourself in your wedding pictures. The main element is to look like yourself with a small amount of enhancement. You need a bit more make-up so it shows in pictures but want to look amazing in true to life - you should strike a happy balance.

The Tone

While every bit of your cosmetic is important, pay extra focus on your skin tone. You’ll desire to be careful it generally does not look blotchy or oily. You might want to start exfoliating no less than 2 months before your wedding with the goal of having smooth skin. Once or twice per week depending on your skin layer type, should do the secret. If you want to treat yourself, get yourself a professional facial 6 weeks before your wedding and ensure that your esthetician does know this is your pre-wedding facial. Be sure never to over-exfoliate or receive any aggressive treatments eight weeks leading up to your wedding. Don't forget under the eyes. Get them to hydrated and nourished after your hectic wedding planning!

 

Prime Time

Your face is like a lovely canvas, looking forward to its masterpiece. Prime your face before you apply either liquid or powder foundation. Primer fills in pores and fine lines and you will find your foundation glides on effortlessly. Lakme Primer helps make-up from setting directly into any imperfections. Don’t forget the eyeshadow primer! Not merely does it assist in preventing shadow from creasing and helps it go longer, but it offers a nice, even base for your shadow. We love the shade and texture of Lakme Primer. We recommend blending it into your eyelids from lash line to brow. You will like the velvety feel and how it magically conceals any veins or colorations on your own lids before applying eyeshadow.

Strategically Conceal

If the inner corners of your eyes tend to be dark, add a concealer (and maybe even a highlighter?) and blend perfectly so it doesn't look too heavy. You may want to add concealer to the sides of your nose if it will get red. Concealing is also a great tool to greatly help cover any dark areas beneath the eyes. And let’s hope not, but those pesky friends, “the blemishes”, have a tendency to pop-up at these important times. Lakme Liquid Concealer's can be found in an array of shades - each dedicated to your concealing needs.

The Highlights

Highlighting may be a difficult concept to grasp, nonetheless it could be your best friend when you wish to draw attention to a particular feature, put in a touch of light here or there or contour a specific area. Depending on your facial features and skin tone, there are three main areas highlighters comes in handy: the cheekbones and temples, the eyes, and the Cupid’s bow. It is necessary to be sure the highlighter isn't too shiny or shimmery but just adds a dose of light.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: When you are going through your trial makeup steps, make sure you take pictures in several lights. Yes, it is advisable to look wonderful in true to life but you'll have those wedding pictures that last a lifetime. Testing out in different lights, you might notice areas it is advisable to conceal that you didn't notice in everyday light.

 

Feature Focus

Some brides prefer to follow the guideline of either playing up your eyes or your lips. Sometimes, especially in pictures, having multiple make-up focus points may look just a little overboard. Regardless what you select, take into account the texture as shimmer and shine as it could look too 'much' in pictures.

If you decide to go with all-out eyes, make certain you are comfortable in the colors and technique you utilize. If you don’t usually wear a smoky eye, don’t try one for your wedding. But that will not mean you cannot wear a lovely deep or bright color. Practice. Practice. Practice. You intend to make certain the colors you decide on bring out your beauty personally and in pictures. For lips, get a shade or two darker you’re your natural lips.

 

The Happy Balance

You want your groom to recognize you as you walk down that aisle, not to mention looking like yourself in your wedding pictures. The main element is to appear to be yourself with a small amount of enhancement. You need a bit more make-up so it shows in pictures but want to look amazing in real life - you must strike a happy balance.

The Tone

While every little bit of your make-up is important, pay extra attention to your skin tone. You’ll desire to be careful it does not look blotchy or oily. You might want to start exfoliating a minimum of 2 months before your wedding with the goal of having smooth skin. A few times per week depending on your skin type, should do the trick. If you want to take care of yourself, get a professional facial 6 weeks before your wedding and ensure that your esthetician knows this is your pre-wedding facial. Be certain not to over-exfoliate or receive any aggressive treatments eight weeks before your wedding. Don't forget beneath the eyes. Get them to hydrated and nourished after all of your hectic wedding planning!.

 

Prime Time

Your face is like a lovely canvas, waiting for its masterpiece. Prime that person before you apply either liquid or powder foundation. Primer fills in pores and fine lines and you will find your foundation glides on effortlessly. Lakme Primer helps cosmetic from setting directly into any imperfections. Don’t your investment eyeshadow primer! Not only does it assist in preventing shadow from creasing and helps it go longer, but it offers a nice, even base for your shadow. We love the shade and texture of Lakme Primer. We recommend blending it into your eyelids from lash line to brow. You will love the velvety feel and how it magically conceals any veins or colorations on your lids before applying eyeshadow.

Strategically Conceal

If the inner corners of your eyes tend to be dark, put in a concealer (and maybe even a highlighter?) and blend perfectly so it doesn't look overweight. You may want to add concealer to the sides of your nose if it tends to get red. Concealing can be a great tool to greatly help cover any dark areas beneath the eyes. And let’s hope not, but those pesky friends, “the blemishes”, tend to pop-up at these important times. Lakme Liquid Concealer's come in an array of shades - each focused on your concealing needs.

The Highlights

Highlighting may be a hard concept to grasp, nonetheless it could be your very best friend when you want to draw attention to a special feature, add a touch of light here or there or contour a particular area. Based on your facial features and complexion, there are three main areas highlighters comes in handy: the cheekbones and temples, the eyes, and the Cupid’s bow. It is necessary to be sure the highlighter is not too shiny or shimmery but just adds a dose of light.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: When you are going through your trial cosmetic steps, make sure to take pictures in several lights. Yes, you must look wonderful in true to life but you'll have those wedding pictures that last an eternity. Testing out in different lights, you may notice areas you need to conceal that you did not notice in everyday light.

 

Feature Focus

Some brides like to follow the guideline of either playing up your eyes or your lips. Sometimes, especially in pictures, having multiple cosmetic focus points may look just a little overboard. Regardless what you select, think about the texture as shimmer and shine since it could look too 'much' in pictures.

If you tend to go with all-out eyes, be certain you are comfortable in the colors and technique you utilize. In the event that you don’t usually wear a smoky eye, don’t try one for your wedding. But that will not mean you cannot wear a pleasant deep or bright color. Practice. Practice. Practice. You intend to make certain the colors you decide on bring out your beauty personally and in pictures. For lips, get a shade or two darker you’re your natural lips.

If you decide to go with all-out lips, full lips, do so with a bright or deep color. Start by using LAkme Herbal Perfecting Lip Liner to greatly help prevent feathering and lip shade bleeding. Line and fill in lips with lip liner near the shade you are wearing on your own lips. Apply your lip stick or gloss over the colored liner. And if you cannot decide? These steps are paramount for keeping lip color locked set up. Lakme Lip Lacquers provide you with the luster of a gloss, the coverage of a lipstick and the staying-power of a lip stain! Because you are focusing on lips, keep your eyes relatively light but have sufficient color to provide the definition you are searching for. The key is balance.

 

Bow to the Brow

Subtly fill your brows with powder and groom them with a brow brush to give your overall look finish and definition. You may want to invest in a brow-shaping 6-8 weeks before your wedding and maintain them yourself by following a arch and line the brow expert created.

Must Be the Matte

Matte blushes are simply perfect for the wedding day, both personally and in pictures. Try to stay away from an excessive amount of shimmer - it sometimes does not show best in photographs.

No More Tears

Although you might not exactly consider yourself a “crier”, we certainly recommend wearing waterproof mascara. If you don’t end up tearing during the ceremony, you understand your mascara won’t run when you are dancing the night away.

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