As your wedding day approaches, you're probably stressing over so many details that you haven't even had time to think about your makeup. If you want to learn how to create a natural look for your wedding, it's time to make time. Your look will be captured in pictures forever. Make sure that when you look back on the day you said “I do,” you don't look at photos of yourself and moan, “Why did I do that?”
No one knows your face better than you, right? So who better to do your wedding makeup? If you’re up for the challenge—and for learning a few new tricks—I’m going to show you how to complete your full face for the beginning of the rest of your life.
Bare-faced beauty is all about letting your true radiance shine through, but with a rosier, glowier, and more even-toned version of your natural skin. You can create a fresh and flawless barely there beauty look with these eight products.
A wedding isn't the time to try some new avant-garde makeup technique. The best wedding makeup tips make the bride look wholesome and fresh on her big day. Rather than go overboard on a dramatic look, concentrate on creating the appearance of flawless skin, discreet coloring, and tasteful hair.
Fake it till you make it.
So you're getting married on a beach? Congratulations, you lucky lady! I'm sure you've thought about your dress, decor, and hair, but what about your wedding makeup? A beach bridal makeup look should be a little more relaxed and a little more sultry and should be able withstand the possible heat and humidity of a tropical locale. This look is also so simple you can do it yourself!
If the cost of hiring a professional makeup artist has dashed your wedding day dreams, then you'll love this DIY wedding face tutorial.
It happens to almost everyone—the temperatures drop, and the static electricity within our luscious locks kicks into overdrive. Rest assured, because you and your frizz and fly hair are not alone. We're breaking down our favorite winter hair products to fight static, dullness, and dry scalps during the bitterly cold winter months.
Every woman dreams of a beach wedding. Sparkling sand, clear blue skies, the sound of light waves crashing, and the bouquet of the ocean air. If you're lucky enough to be getting married in this picturesque setting, the last thing you want to do is spoil the scenery with a bad makeup job. Even if you're skilled at doing your makeup in your day-to-day life, you can still benefit from these pointers on how to create beach-wedding makeup that will equal the beauty surrounding you.
If you're a bride-to-be born with glitter in her veins, there's no need to hide it on your big day. Conventional wedding makeup advice tells us to look like yourself: natural, soft, and romantic. But if the smoky eye is your go-to look, feel free to go a little bigger! This dramatic, glamorous look should do the trick.