Every woman would want to look beautiful and stunning on her wedding day. But in fact, often the appearance is not in accordance with expectations because we make some makeup mistakes on the wedding day. The following are some makeup mistakes on your wedding day that you should avoid. Check it out!
- Try makeup on your wedding day
Your wedding day is not the right time for you to experiment with new makeup that you have not mastered and not necessarily the results match your face. Choose makeup color tones that show your personality and your full beauty. Be so wise, ladies!
- Do not do makeup trial before the wedding day
You who choose to use the services of a professional makeup artist, never miss a makeup trial even though you believe in the results that will be given by your chosen makeup artist. The makeup trial is very important to match your wedding day’s perception and concept with the professional. This is very useful for saving time on makeup and keeping your mood good on the wedding day.
- Application of powder that is too thick under the eyes
Do not apply too thick powder to the area under the eyes. Because the powder is too thick will form clear wrinkles and make it look striped. The area on the eyes will look dry and excessive when in photos. To avoid this, simply add a special thin powder to the area under the eyes.
- Do not use waterproof makeup on the eyes and foundation
Don’t let it be because happy tears make your beautiful makeup a disaster. It is not enough to use waterproof mascara on the eyes, you also need to apply waterproof foundation to the face. You don’t want traces of your tears to imprint and damage your makeup.
- Hurry apply makeup
A mistake often made is, the time is too short to make the makeup team do not have time to wait dry step by step makeup on the face. This can make the makeup not optimal and not durable. Make sure you have enough time to put on makeup.
- Apply foundation with fingers
Maybe it is normal to apply foundation with fingers. However, this should be avoided because in addition to containing bacteria and germs, it is not uncommon for your fingerprints to be left on the face. You can use a sponge or brush that can help the foundation blend perfectly into the face and give a natural effect.