Your wedding is probably going to be one of the most magical moments in your life. You know that, since everyone keeps telling you. What they don’t tell you as much is the fact that your’re wedding is going to be stressful, or at least the planning part. You want everything to look like a fairytale, but you also want to stay within the budget, and there are so many things to plan that sometimes it’s going to feel like you’re going insane. Well, we’re here to ease at least some of your worries. Do you want to look stunning and polished for your big day? Then read on.
Of course, you already have an appointment with a hair stylist and you probably already have a general idea of what kind of an updo you want. But have you considered the fact that your hair color can actually be your best accessory? If you want to make the event memorable and have amazing photos, consider some hair trends like the holographic hair or millennial pink. For those who don’t want a huge change, simply having highlights done can brighten up your whole face. Just bear in mind that if you want to change your hair to something bold it’s going to take a while, so don’t start only a few weeks before the wedding.
A makeup artist can help you look amazing for your wedding, but they’re going to need some directions first. And you need to learn what works and what doesn’t work for your face shape so you could ask for the right look. So, in your free time, play with makeup and build your own skills. Who knows, you might end up becoming so good that you won’t even need to hire anyone? Learn how to contour and highlight, where to apply bronzer and blush, how to use eyeliner to make your eyes look bigger, which colors suit your skin tone and your outfit. Simply have fun and experiment. It doesn’t matter how many times you fail, you’ll still learn a lot.
All of usWe all have certain flaws we’d like to hide, and bits that we want to show off. Long, sleek, metallic dresses can be perfect for someone with a tall, slim build because they make you look willowy instead of skinny, and empire waist dresses are great for anyone trying to hide their belly. Fit-and-flare cuts are look great on most people, but don’t pick them if you’re very short because they might end up makingmake you look like a giant cupcake. When you go to the store, don’t be afraid to spend as much time as you need to pick the right dress.
We all focus on the obvious – having a pretty dress. However, if you want the ceremony to look cohesive and the day to be truly memorable, you need to consider everything. Just start off with the basic color scheme you want to employ and go from there. Your shoes, earrings, hair ornaments, the color of your lipstick and even your nail polish can all work to make you look like a goddess. Finding beautiful wedding cars is also important;. Just just imagine that moment: you stepping out of a gorgeous limo, instantly drawing everyone’s attention with your beauty. It gives you that superstar moment that’s a perfect start to the ceremony. Small things matter because they show off your sense of taste, so don’t be afraid to go in detail.
If you have problems with your skin getting oily after a few hours, you need to remember to use a good setting powder, especially on your T-zone area. A mattifying primer can be of great help, but you want to make sure you still have that lovely dewy glow. To accomplish that, mix in some liquid highlighter with your foundation, and use a setting spray with a dewy finish. Have your bridesmaids bring in blotting sheets just in case, and then you can dance and have fun without worrying too much about looking greasy.
The last tip to look amazing on your wedding day? Just have fun. Nothing in the world can make you more beautiful than a happy smile and a loving gaze as you hold your partner’s hand.