Attention brides to be! Your wedding day is coming - the day you will never forget. All eyes and camera lenses are going to be on you, and you want to look your absolute best. This is a time that I suggest hiring a professional to help you with your hair and makeup. Today is not the day to use the same makeup techniques that you use for your everyday look, even if you want your makeup to look like that. Here’s why: You want your photos to look the best they can, and makeup needs to be applied a bit more heavily for that. Professionals know just how to do this without your makeup looking too heavy.
Airbrush foundation is the most amazing product for your wedding day or any special occasion. It gives you a flawless look, doesn’t look or feel heavy and lasts 24 hours. A professional can also highlight and contour your face to hide blemishes or accentuate your best features.
A lot of my brides are ladies who don't normally wear much or any makeup. The fear is always that they don't want to look too "made up." I agree that if you don't normally wear much makeup, you shouldn't overdo it on your wedding day. But you do need makeup. Your color palette just needs to be light and natural, and it still should include concealer, foundation, powder, eye shadow, mascara and lip color. All of this doesn't even have to "look" like you are wearing makeup, but you will look refreshed, natural and amazing in your photos.
Wedding season is fast approaching and it makes for a very exciting time of year. I always anticipate what it will be like, what the trend will be this year and what fabulous locations I will get to visit in our great state. I really just love a wedding, and I have been lucky enough to be part of some pretty awesome ones through the years. I love when you can really see the bride’s personality in the entire day.
But there is one place where I see a lack of personality show up on the wedding day: the veil. It may just be one of my little pet peeves, but I wanted to share this with you and encourage you to step outside of the norm with your choice in veil. I know for sure I fell into that trap. When I look back at my wedding photos, I want a veil do over.
Just like a haircut can either flatter your face or not, so can a veil. I don't think that is something that many brides consider. I see it happen too often. I have to admit, I did it myself on my wedding day. Whenever I see my pictures I think, "Why didn't someone tell me to take that darn thing off?" For one, all you can see in my pictures during the ceremony is the veil. The veil should complement your entire look, not be the one thing that stands out.
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