This wedding season try out the wedding makeup look with our wedding makeup guide in just 12 simple steps. In India, weddings are all about having fun, eating good food, getting together with friends and family, dancing, and dressing up.
The bride and groom should be the centre of attention, but other wedding guests like the bridesmaids and groomsmen must also look their best. Making sure the makeup is perfect is a simple way to do this.
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Quick and easy wedding makeup guide
Contrary to popular belief, in order to stand out as a wedding guest, you do not need to do too many things or anything even remotely elaborate. So, here is a quick wedding makeup guide for you.
1. Prepare Your Skin And Lips
The very first step while you do a wedding makeup is to take care of your skin and lips.
Lip and skin preparation and hydration are critical for flawless makeup application. Therefore, keep in mind to adhere to the CTM (cleansing, toning, and moisturising) routine. Use a light moisturiser and wash your face.
There is no need to alter your current routine at this time. However, if you want to exfoliate, you should avoid using a harsh scrub and use a cleanser that gently exfoliates instead. Apply Visine or something similar if you have a blemish, but otherwise leave it alone. So that your skin looks natural and beautiful, apply your makeup with a soft, clean palette.
Pro tip: For instant hydration, apply a sheet mask to your face and leave it on for 5 to 10 minutes. Additionally, to get your lips prepared for the subsequent lip makeup, don’t forget to apply a hydrating lip balm.
2. Use A Primer To Make Your Makeup Last Longer
A lot will have happened between the time you start applying your makeup and when you say your goodbyes to your guests. Because weddings can be very busy, you need to use a primer to even out your face and extend the life of your makeup.
Make sure your makeup lasts through the ceremony, including any dancing, crying, and toasting, by applying a primer before you put it on. You will probably still need touch-ups from time to time, but they will be much less frequent. A primer will also conceal open pores and aid in the smoothing of fine lines and wrinkles.
After moisturising, apply a small amount before applying foundation. Apply it evenly to your face and eyelids to lay a smooth foundation for the rest of your makeup.
Pro tip: Aloe vera gel can also be used as a primer.
3. Apply A Long-wearing Foundation
Many people believe that concealer goes on first, but the experts say otherwise. Give the primer time to dry or set after applying it. When applying makeup, one of the biggest mistakes you can make is not allowing each step to dry completely. So, that we don’t have to worry about a thick layer of products melting down while we dance, we need to keep our makeup light and simple. Choosing the foundation according to your skin tone is necessary step of wedding makeup look.
Choose a foundation that isn’t too heavy and gives you enough coverage without feeling heavy. Using a foundation brush, apply foundation in thin layers, starting in the middle of your face and blending outward. Pay close attention to how you blend under your jaw and on your neck because you don’t want any lines to be visible.
Look for a foundation with a base that is rosier, redder, or blue if you have a cool undertone. Choose a foundation with a yellow or golden base if you have a warm undertone.
Pro tip: You can achieve flawless foundation coverage without drying your skin by combining your foundation with a small amount of 24K facial oil for dry skin.
4. Hide Dark Spots With Concealer
Concealer is used to conceal imperfections like blemishes and dark circles under the eyes, whereas foundation is used to even out skin tone. Concealer is a must, even for simple wedding makeup.
Apply a concealer that is either one shade darker or the same shade as your skin to the problem areas. Choose one with a light formulation. Apply foundation first, then concealer, and finish with powder to conceal a blemish. Conceal with more powder and concealer if you can still see it. Make sure to apply the concealer by patting it on the blemish. Never rub.
5. Using a Setting Powder
Utilise a setting powder to control excess shine on your face after applying your creamy or liquid makeup to ensure that it remains in place.
Pro tip: Take a translucent powder and apply it to the oily T-zone area of the face to eliminate shine.
6. Use Bronzer to Highlight Your Cheekbones
For a chiseled appearance, use a bronzer powder to create shadows and depth on your face. Start at the hairline, work your way down the side of your face, under your cheekbone, back to the side of your face, and then below your jawline to accomplish this. Make use of pressed powder. Before a photo or while using the restroom, there will always be areas that shine and require a quick dab
Pro tip: To get rid of the double chin, don’t forget to define your jawline.
7. Use Blush to Get Rosy Cheeks
Never underestimate the power of a bright, rosy blush, which can just make your skin look healthy and young. Cream blush can be used in place of powder blush. Use a translucent powder to set your base and control shine before applying powder blush. When it comes to powder, a little goes a long way. Adding a blush is the important step in a wedding makeup look.
You want to look bright, not weighed down. Dust your chin, the sides of your nose, and your forehead lightly with a medium-sized brush.
Pro tip: Adding the right shade of blush can give your face a flush that looks more natural.
8. Play Up Your Lips
in the same way that you should moisturise your facial skin before applying makeup. This will prevent your lips from becoming so dry or cracked that when the color is applied, all you can see are lines. Before applying color, apply a lip hydrator and allow it to absorb for a few minutes to avoid this.
Follow these tips and pick a color that goes well with your blush. Also, even though some newer lipsticks claim to last for hours, it’s better to use a lip stain on your wedding day. You would want a lipstick formula that stays on all day because there will be eating and drinking.
Pro tip: Before applying lipstick, fill in your lips with a lip pencil. Your lip colour will last longer if you take this step.
9. Do Your Brows
Brows give your face more structure and frame. Fill in the gaps with brow powder or a pencil.
10. Shimmer It Up
Shimmer plays a crucial role when it comes to wedding makeup look. By applying an eyeshadow with a warm nude tone, spice everything up. Then, use a darker brown eyeshadow in the crease and on the outer corners of the eyes. Cover your eyes now with a shade with a golden or bronze shimmer if you want to be safe, or go with bright metallic shades that go with your outfit.
11. Apply Mascara And Eyeliner
To finish off your look, if you’re feeling adventurous, use a colourful or black eyeliner. Apply mascara to your lashes to give them some volume.
12. Use A Setting Spray
The final step of a wedding makeup is setting spray. Setting spray keeps everything in place. To lock in your makeup and make it last longer, use a setting spray.
People plan and daydream about their wedding day well in advance of meeting the person they will marry. There are a lot of things that need to be planned and carried out when the time comes. Learn the ins and outs of achieving your ultimate goal, a beautiful face to match the beauty of two people getting married, right now. Hope this blog give you a quick glimpse of how to do a wedding makeup.
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