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Written by Paula Jones Last updated: April 16, 2009
Bridal Beauty Tips from Debbie Jean
Bridal Make‐up Artist
Even if you don’t normally wear a foundation, it is important to wear one for your wedding day. Your skin will look smoother and your make‐up will last hours longer.
Make sure you select a formula that matches the type of skin you have.
Liquid foundations look the most natural on the skin and are applied using a foundation brush.
My suggestion would be to visit a professional cosmetic brand and ask their artist to match up a few different colours. Take samples of each colour home and test them in natural day light. Once you think you have found one that is the right shade, apply it all over your face.
Be sure to:
If you have booked a professional make‐up artist to apply your make‐up, make sure you are happy with the way your foundation feels on your skin at your make‐up trial. Leave the foundation on for a few hours to monitor how well it lasts and if you have any reaction to the formula. If you are not going to book a make‐up trial, consider asking your make‐up artist to use your own foundation on the day of your wedding (I would only recommend this if you are going to use a professional foundation formula, which you have tested on your skin before your wedding day).
Here are the reasons why this affect occurs:
If you are not sure which brand of make‐up is professional (and cruelty free) visit my make‐up blog ‐ where I provide a list of professional make‐up brands: http://make‐upmiracles.blogspot.com/
Careful planning will be worth it – your photos last a life time.
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To read more information on applying your bridal make‐up look, visit my make‐up website www.realwomenmakeup.com you will find detailed notes and images on wedding make‐up.
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