Credits to Leanne.
Always, always go for the classic and timeless look- subtle and minimalist makeup. Trends fade out faster than you think and when it’s time to get nostalgic over wedding photos, you’d rather be smiling at your classy self than cringing at the trendsetter you used to be.
You don’t want to look pale and chalk faced in your wedding photos .Bronzing powders work like magic to make your skin tone warm. However, go easy on it by opting for golden-toned bases and concealers.
Make up by Gouri Kapur and Photo credits to Simon Photography .
To look radiant on your wedding day, don’t camouflage your beauty by wearing bright coloured eye-shadows and rouge. Opt for lighter and more natural colours. It’s safer not to over-correct any blemishes you might have, because if your concealer’s even a shade too light, odds are it’ll be overemphasised in your photos.
Wedding makeup trials are a must. Schedule one at least a month in advance, so you get to see what you’d look like on your wedding day. Take a photo of your wedding dress so that your makeup artist has an idea of what you’d look like in it and can take cues from it while planning your makeup for the wedding.
Make up by Harish and Photo credits to Love’ll Dsouza
Not many people are aware of this, but world renowned makeup artists’ advice against using talc-based powder foundations. It is believed that this type of foundation can oxidise and darken on your face, giving you a splotchy look as the day progresses. Instead, opt for gel based foundations, as they leave your skin moisturised.
Emphasise your eyes but don’t get carried away by the latest trends. Shimmers, highlights and any light-refractive makeup can leave your skin with a very unflattering shine. Stick to neutral shades for your shadows and opt for eyeliners in black, navy or brown.
Make up artist Ralph Daniels and Photo credits to creative couple
Everyone loves the Blushing Bride look. Opt for a peach or rose tinted blush. Cream blushes work well to give you the lovely natural dewy glow, but if you tend to have oily skin powder blushes can be used to give you the same effect.
Pink, rose and red lip colours look absolutely stunning for all skin tones. In addition, it leaves you looking bright and vibrant all day long.
Make up artist Yani Shrivastava and Photo credits to Lucky Malhotra
Get the best out of your lip-liner by using it evenly over your lips and not just to highlight the contours. This helps you with long lasting lip-colour, and when your lipstick fades, it fades out evenly.
And finally, enjoy yourself. Smile a lot, ‘cause no makeup can make up for that radiant smile in all your photos!
Make up by Santosh and Photo credits to Vinay Aravind Images
**As your Wedding Planners we encourage you to most importantly try cruelty free cosmetic products. (Cosmetics that are not animal tested). May be you ll be one of those people who will actually make a difference at the wedding !**