Every bride wants to look her best on her wedding day. Sorry guys, all eyes are on the bride. The most discerning guests notice every item from how the bride wears her pearls to how her flowers are held. Want to be a head turning bride ? The presentation of the bride is not only one of the most important elements of your wedding but also the most fun. Once the bride chooses her dress, shoes, flowers and bling; it is time to plan your cosmetic design.
Some Boston brides prefer to hire a professional makeup artist. Many other brides choose a friend and family member . All you need is the proper guide to application and color contrast. Keeping the makeup in house is a great way to save money on your wedding.
Color tones in foundation, blush, lipstick and eye shadow that reflect the hues present in either the dress or wedding décor is a common mistake. Colors should always reflect a bride's natural complexion. Brides often make the mistake of wanting to look tan and come out orange. The worst thing you can do is look at your wedding album in twenty years and have your children ask why you look like an orange crayon.
Blush should be a shade darker than the chosen base then applied underneath the cheekbones. Once you’ve found the proper shade, then the bride can narrow down her lipstick by either sticking to deeper, more romantic shades ( mahogany brown, maroon or sultry red) or lighter shades expelling a soft bridal effervescence ( honey, peach or delicate pink). Eye shadow should also reflect the particular lighting of the bride's eyes to ensure a dramatic statement. Blue eyes SHOULD NOT be glazed in shadows of blues. This washes out the natural beauty of her eyes and delivers no “pop” appeal. If you have brown eyes blue eye shadow sets off a sexy composition, finishing them off with black mascara and liner. Green eyed or hazel eyed beauties should enhance their assets with shadows of gold, using either black or brown finishing products to complete this earthy and exotic fashion.
Less is almost always more in this area of bridal etiquette so let the natural beauty in you glow. Every bride has an inherent shine that comes from within making this an area where most need very little help from bottles and tubes of artificial enhancement. Keep it simple and let your inherent loveliness and charmed smile do the radiating of glamour.
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