Wedding Day Makeup
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. It is the beginning of a whirlwind of changes that will take you from single and independent to married and part of a duo. Most likely, you have hired a photographer and maybe even a videographer. Of course, you want the pictures to be perfect.
Therefore, you want everything to look perfect on your wedding day, including your makeup. One of the most important things to remember about your wedding day makeup is the simple fact that it should not vary a great deal from your every day makeup. After all, you want to look like the person that everyone is used to seeing. Even so, most brides do make some changes to their makeup in the attempt to create perfection, even though it already exists in the eyes of their grooms.
In fact, one of the best strategies that you can employ to guarantee that your makeup on your wedding day is perfect is to practice ahead of time. The first step is to visit the local cosmetics counter at your favorite store. Set up an appointment to have the girl there 'put on your face' so to speak.
Give her all the pertinent details about the gown such as the color (white, diamond white, ivory, or one of the new blends or shades of pink.) Additionally, you need to inform her of any hairstyle changes that you will be incorporating for the wedding. Plus, tell her what you have been using for your cosmetic needs as far as brands, products, and shades.
A skilled cosmetic technician can achieve wonders, bringing out your best features and minimizing your worst. If you have any concerns at all, inform her of them so that she can assist you in the best manner possible. If you do not like what she does, ask her if she can change it. You might need to make another appointment. If you think she is worth it, then do so. If not, move on to another location and try someone different.
If you are happy with the results, ask if she does any freelance work. If she does, you are in luck and can arrange for her to assist you not only with your wedding day makeup, but also, with your rehearsal dinner makeup. Arranging to have someone put on your wedding day makeup can be a big help to you on your big day.
author: Susan Keenan
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