Wedding Day Fashion

 

Go with classic looks rather than trends for hair and make up and also wedding day fashion. You don’t want to look back on your wedding pictures 15 years from now and wonder what was I thinking.

Your make up should look as if you are going to a wedding and not a party. I have been to and seen many pre-wedding make-up sessions and sometimes the look that the bride prefers is one that is high fashion as if you were going out to the club. My advise, keep it classic and just highlight and accentuate what you already have naturally. He fell in love with your natural look why change that? Further you don’t want to deviate too much away from your natural features so that no one can recognize you.

45 thoughts on “Wedding Day Fashion

  1. Don’t wear a lipstick that is too neutral or frosted. These colors can leave you looking pale or tired

  2. When lipstick fades, it will fade evenly without leaving the outer lip liner only.

  3. Do apply lip liner evenly all over the lips, under the lipstick to make it last longer.

  4. Roses, pinks and reds look great in photos.

  5. DO choose a lip color in a warm, fairly bright shade.

  6. This can leave you looking stern rather than stunning.

  7. Don’t use heavy pencils or dark shadows to define your brows.

  8. You may think that sparkly eyeliner is a good idea today, but chances are you’ll look back on it years from now and cringe.

  9. Don’t get too trendy with your eye makeup.

  10. Don’t apply false eyelashes for the first time on your wedding day. Practice first.

  11. Clumpy lashes are a no-no when your groom looks deep into your eyes.

  12. Don’t overwhelm your lashes with too many coats of mascara.

  13. Waterproof is always a good choice; it’s longer lasting and won’t run even if you shed a few tears of joy.

  14. DO get lush lashes by first using an eyelash curler and then applying two coats of lengthening mascara.

  15. For eyeliners, stick to the classics: black, navy or brown.

  16. DO use flattering neutrals to contour and highlight your eyes.

  17. The goal is to look like yourself – not an artificial version of yourself!

  18. Make sure you feel comfortable with your look.

  19. it will upstage you and your dress.

  20. Don’t overdo your make-up or hair –

  21. Too much powder can leave your skin looking chalky and lifeless in your wedding photos.

  22. Don’t use a heavy pressed powder to set your foundation.

  23. In photos your shimmer can easily turn into an unflattering and highly reflective shine.

  24. Don’t get carried away with shimmer highlighters or light-refractive makeup.

  25. After touchups, it can oxidize and darken on the face, which can result in a “dirty” look as the day goes on.

  26. Don’t use a traditional talc-based powder foundation.

  27. Don’t over-correct or over-camouflage under eye circles. If the concealer is too light, it’s the only thing you will see in the photos.

  28. the makeup artist should take cues from your dress; is it understated and sophisticated, classic in the “Cinderella” tradition, or chic and sensuous?

  29. Bring in a photo of your dress to the “trial” make-up.

  30. Schedule a make-up consultation for yourself at least four weeks before the wedding for a trial run.

  31. Don’t encourage any “make-up surprises” on your special day.

  32. Your natural radiance should be on display, not bright color. These more muted tones work best, not only for you, but for the wedding party as well.

  33. These flattering shades will not look washed out and the contrast will not be too great with your dress.

  34. Do use more natural, lighter and “cleaner” colors.

  35. Do select more golden-toned bases and concealers – these translate better for photography – whether on video or in pictures

  36. Add a light dusting of loose powder to prevent any unwanted shine.

  37. DO give your foundation staying powder by using a gel foundation primer before you apply your makeup.

  38. If needed, apply a light dusting on your neck and chest for even all-over color.

  39. Using a natural bristle brush, lightly apply color to the areas of the face where the sun would naturally hit: forehead, cheeks and the bridge of the nose.

  40. DO use a bronzing powder to warm your skin tone.

  41. Avoid trends, as they will very soon look dated in pictures – peacock eyes, heavy fake eyelashes etc

  42. avoid the glitters on your face

  43. they are looking very lovely

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