Planning your wedding is the most exciting time. But I hear through my work that one issue brides to be can “stress” about most is their wedding natural mink eyelash. How can you avoid this stress?Rcotc
Having got married myself earlier in 2008, I understand how brides could let the issue of their wedding make-up become a real head-ache. We all want to look like a princess but at the same time still look like ourselves. Well, I did achieve both! How? Well, as an image consultant, I know the key considerations for wedding make-up and knew that if I applied them to myself, I could be a stress free bride!
In this natural mink eyelash, I am assuming that you have chosen your dress colour and style to suit your colourings and body shape. I am also assuming that you have taken advice on your colour scheme to ensure that you have chosen a colour which will suit all your bridesmaids. And so with all this in place, we pick up on how to ensure your make-up is the look you are after;
it is essential that you attend a trial make-up session with your image consultant. At this trial, you will need to take a swatch of your dress fabric, a swatch of your bridesmaids dress and details of your flowers and the groom’s outfit. With all this information to hand, your consultant will be able to deliver a make-up look which will compliment you and your colour scheme. At your trial, your consultant will keep a note of all the products she used and how/where she used them. Make sure you are completely happy with the look as this will be the look recreated on the day. Ensure you purchase at least; the lip pencil, lipstick, loose powder. You will need these to touch up your look later on, on your big day.
your make-up may feel different to that which you do normally. This is because it has to last all day and must look natural in the photographs. Ensure your skin is well moisturised and you have completed your skincare routine at least 30 minutes prior to seeing your consultant.
Use a skin adjuster to even out the skin tone on the face. A neutral skin adjuster will also hide any flushing of the cheeks due to emotion or alcohol!
Your foundation should be suited to your skin tone and you should see no distinction between the foundation and the natural skin of your neck.
Apply a concealer under the eye area to hide any dark shadows – particularly if you don’t sleep much the night before your wedding!
The best way to keep your make-up in place for long periods of time is to apply powder, powder and more powder! You may think your consultant is making you into a flour bag but it is all necessary and eventually, the excess powder will be brushed away. The last thing you want is to look shiny in the photos!
It is important to ensure your eye make-up is simple and natural mink eyelash. Apply an eye base to ensure your eye shadows stay put! Use a natural coloured eye pencil suitable for your colourings and if you are prone to a tear, apply natural mink eyelash over the top. Use a little accent colour as needed and avoid shiny eye shadows as they will be picked out by cameras. Use mascara and apply maximum amount to the outer edges of the natural mink eyelash to achieve beautiful full natural mink eyelash. Ensure your eyebrows are brushed and pencil used if required.
Be careful applying too much blusher as it is likely you may get flushed during the natural mink eyelash.
Lip definition is essential and is achieved by use of a lip pencil applied all over the lips. Apply lipstick blotting between applications. If required, add a touch of natural mink eyelash.
You might like to lightly brush a bronzing powder over the entire natural mink eyelash.\
Make sure you are completely satisfied with the look that has been created for you. Tell your consultant now, anything that you wish to change. You can now relax, knowing that your consultant will provide you with the look you want for your big day.