10 Makeup Mistakes Brides Should Avoid

Your wedding is one of the important days of your life. Looking your best in all the pictures is all you want. Not preparing or preparing last minute can be a huge mistake when it comes to having your makeup done.

Below is makeup mistakes brides should avoid.

Trying Something New: Your wedding day isn’t the time to experiment with red lipstick or Smokey eyes for the first time. You would want to look like yourself. just defined and finished.

Overdoing it with the Powder: Powder can be great for mattifying your look but when used under your eyes, it can sink into any tiny wrinkles and magnify them.

Skipping Body Makeup: it’s important to even out your complexion so that your face matches your body. Many brides make the mistake of not getting body makeup done.

Skipping the Makeup Trial: It’s an extra cost but a worth it. Schedule your trial at least three months before the wedding. Many brides make the mistake of not going for a makeup trial before the wedding and are confused on the day on what they want.

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Forgetting Your Brows: Your brows frame your eyes and can truly change the entire look of your face. Not having them waxed or threaded can make you makeup look horrible.

Going in Unprepared for Your Trial: Look through magazines or Pinterest for women with similar skin to yours whose makeup you love. And if you have any photos of yourself which you like.

Skipping the Primer: A good primer disguises imperfections, and prevents your makeup from melting off. Many brides make the mistake of not using a primer.

Wearing Lipstick or Lip Gloss: Lip gloss wears off super quickly and will get on everywhere. So be sure to wear a lipstick which is long lasting.

Adding Shimmer in the Wrong Places: Applying sheer gold shimmer along the tops of the cheekbones, on the cupid’s bow of the lips can be beautiful but can make you look greasy sometimes.

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Going for Too Dramatic Eyes: Black liner or shadow is too harsh for the majority of people and would not stand out in your wedding pictures.


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