As your big day approaches, you want to look and feel your best. But with all the planning and decisions to make, finding the time to focus on your beauty routine can be a challenge. Luckily, we've got you covered. From skin care to hair to makeup, our expert tips will help you look like a radiant bride on your wedding day.
We all want that perfect, glowing, youthful face that we see models, singers, and movie stars flaunting. We think that because these models, singers, and movie stars are rolling in money they can get this look either by having plastic surgery or buying expensive products that produce results. Well, what if there is a less expensive way to get glowing radiant skin?
It’s a new world in makeup aisles and virtual carts everywhere. Foundation lines seem to launch every few days, a heartening number of which boast 30 or more shades. But numbers don’t tell the whole story. A higher shade total can deceive (many lines offer a gradation of beige with only three to five dark shades at the end), and the colors themselves are not always as they appear (deeply pigmented but still chalky or muddy on dark skin).
Brows have made a big comeback in the past few years and it’s important not to forget about them when you’re wearing your glasses. It’s easy to overlook them when applying makeup. Get them shaped the week before your wedding and make sure that your makeup artist knows that it’s important to you when you do your makeup trial before the wedding. Your brows are what makes your face, believe it or not.
The fatty acids in fish oil supply hydration to your skin and help with inflammation
It's good for your heart and helps to ward off wrinkles, reduces acne, great for your skin. Omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties while low-glycemic foods like fish benefit people with psoriasis, non-melanoma skin cancer, and melanoma.
Always Keep These 3 Tips in Mind
1. Ace Your Base
“One place I wouldn’t skimp is foundation,” says Hughes, who likes Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk foundation for its sheer coverage. “It goes a long way.”
2. Choose Wisely
“Look at the ingredients on the label and the concentrations,” Cayce says. With retinoids, you may want to start with 0.01 percent cream to see how your skin reacts....
Even strangers will demand, “Let me see that ring!” A #SelfCareSunday spent with a Mary Kay Satin Hands Pampering set ($36) preps nails for anyone of the subtle shades in the new OPI Always Bare for You ($10.50) line.
Your beauty focus for this look are the eyes and lips. Your blush should be a hint of color as well as keeping your contouring and highlighting to a minimalistic application. This is so you maintain makeup to balance and your vision of a harmonious classically dramatic bride.
Remember, when choosing your perfect red, blue reds are the true reds, so here are a few tips to keep in mind when choosing your perfect red.
Neutral skin tones are mostly balanced and can usually wear most shades of red. However, if you are a cooler skin tone you will most likely look fabulous in a blue-red.