Self-acceptance and body positivity have made their way into bridal fashion, and today women are increasingly choosing light, barely-there make-up looks for their weddings. Imperfections are natural and trying to hide them with tons of makeup is not worth it, as you will only further emphasize what you were trying to hide. Do you know how to create a light wedding make-up look? We'll let you in on the tips and tricks below:
Take care of your skin in advance
There is nothing better than a natural complexion. To achieve flawless skin, you should consult a specialist and carry out all the necessary facial procedures a couple of months before the wedding. Design a daily routine that combines cleansing, facial massages, and serums with a few special procedures like injections or facials every few weeks. On your wedding day, use a sheet mask, cream, and perhaps even a lightly tinted serum to allow your natural skin to shine.
Use a light foundation
If you want to make your skin tone more even, don't use heavy foundations. They can emphasize the unevenness of the skin, dry it out and highlight skin texture. Consider replacing them with a tinted serum or sunscreen. Just make sure to add some shimmer so your make-up doesn't look dull and boring!
Choose the right shade of blush
The color of your blush can make a big difference to your skin tone. The incorrect blush can highlight the wrong undertone and make your face appear pale. While another shade can make your complexion tanned and healthy. A professional make-up artist will help you determine the best color for you and select the correct shade and brand of blush.
Avoid using bright colors
Natural makeup is about letting your natural beauty shine. It aims to emphasize your individuality: freckles, moles and scars, skin tone, the shape of your lips, cheeks, and eyebrows. Bright make-up works in the opposite way, it may turn you into a different person. Choose natural shades of lipstick, a muted color palette of eye shadows, and be sure to keep contouring to a minimum.