New Years Eve is quickly becoming one of the most popular wedding days. Many couples decide at the last minute to tie the knot and start the New Year off together. The bride always wants to look her best on that special day.
Wedding Beauty 911’s do happen and most can be fixed easier than you think. Here are some tips to avoid and correct them. Your hair and make-up team need to start very early on wedding day. Trust them, they tell you how much time is needed for the bridal party. Your hair and make-up will take the longest and, let’s be honest, it’s the most important. This is your special day and you deserve it to be perfect.
The wedding photos are your memories that last for life. Here are a few ideas to make you look yours look the best.
Tears are expected on your wedding day. Check the label on your mascara and make sure it is waterproof not water resistant. If it does not say waterproof then it is not. If you have a little smear. Remove the smudge with a Q-Tip and eye makeup remover. Follow up with under eye concealer, powder and loose power.
Lack of sleep and wedding stress can cause a breakout. Make sure to get enough rest and proper nutrition during the month before the big event. Workouts are great for that honeymoon body and stress relief. If a pimple or breakout starts a few days before the wedding, schedule a cortisone injection with a dermatologist. Waking up the day of the wedding is a little different. . Do not pick or rub the area, doing so will irritate the skin and make it harder to cover. Use regular tooth paste not gel and apply it to the pimple when you wake up. Your makeup artist can help cover and adjust the color of the breakout.
There are may causes including lack of sleep and allergies. Here are a few tips to help smooth the eye area. Drink a glass of warm lemon water and place metal spoons in the freezer. Wrap frozen peas in a sandwich bag and cover with a cotton towel while relaxing sipping the lemon water. Peas will conform to the shape of the eye and provide relief. If you need to apply the frozen spoons, do so wrapped in a paper towel with the scoop side up.
If you have oily skin, blotting tissues are your best friend. Press; never rub them on the skin. Shiseido and Mac cosmetics both make excellent papers. Alert your makeup artist to this issue during your trial session. Using a special foundation and anti shine primer will help with oil control.
You want that ring to sparkle in the photos. It is important to have your nails professionally done but accidents do happen. Use only light shades, pale pink or clear polish. If you do get a chip, it won’t be as noticeable. Have your nail tech provide you with a bottle of your shade. Paint lightly over the chip to fill in. Don’t do layers of color it will look build up in the photos