Wednesday, 19 December 2018

WEDDING MAKEUP : 3 Tips to Looking Killer on Wedding Day (2018)

WEDDING MAKEUP : 3 Tips to Looking Killer on Wedding Day (2018)
18 Aug
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hello and welcome to my channel in today video I am going to show you how to do wedding makeup the video is contained in three different parts and every part should watch carefully to get ultimate step-by-step guide a woman's wedding day is something most dream of and even plan from the time they were little girls swinging on the playground when the time actually arrives a vast number of things have to be prepared and executed one of these is choosing the perfect wedding makeup look doing this requires several steps such as prepping your skin so it will look radiant deciding who will do your makeup and allotting time for a trial run application or two it also involves learning how to properly apply makeup that's best suited to your complexion start now by learning the ins and outs of achieving your end goal a glowing face to match you the blushing bride part one applying your makeup to do wedding makeup step on prep your skin whether you're doing your makeup yourself or not the day of your wedding wash your face and use a light moisturizer whatever your routine has been now is not the time to change it if you exfoliate however stay away from a harsh scrub and opted instead for a gentle exfoliating cleanser if you have a blemish dab some Visine on it but otherwise leave it alone your focus should be on having the clean and soft palate your makeup needs to achieve natural-looking beautiful skin to do wedding makeup step 2 let your skin tone and undertone guide your makeup color choices while there are specific skin types identified from one 6:4 dermatological purposes makeup companies use their own terminology to describe their makeup colors along the continuum of skin and they aren't particularly consistent at that for example one company might call its lightest foundation ivory while another calls the same color fair thus in thinking about colors that match our skin tone it's best to first think broadly in terms of the range from fair to medium to deep your skin's undertones cool or warm are also a factor when choosing both matching and complementary colors you can determine your undertone with a quick trick hold a piece of silver and a piece of gold jewelry to the back of your hand if the gold seems to melt away you have a warm undertone if the silver does you have a cool undertone to do wedding makeup step 3 know that primer is required between the time you begin applying your makeup and the time you say goodbye to your guests a lot will have happened using a primer before you apply your makeup will help ensure it holds up through the dancing crying and toasting you'll likely still need occasional touch-ups but they'll be much less frequent additionally a primer will help smooth fine lines and wrinkles and disguise open pores use a small amount after you've moisturized but before you put on foundation spread it evenly on your face and eyelids to create a smooth base for everything to come to do wedding makeup step 4 apply foundation next often people think concealer goes on before foundation but the experts beg to differ 7 8 after you've put on the primer allow it time to dry or set one of the biggest mistakes you can make when applying makeup is not giving each step time to dry if needed turn your hairdryer on its coolest setting and wave it back and forth across your face before moving from one step to the next if you have a cool undertone look for foundation that has a rosier brighter or blue base if you have a warm undertone use a foundation with a yellow or golden base to determine if the shade is right dip a q-tip in the foundation and apply it to the center of your lower jaw line if it vanishes it's the right one 10 apply foundation in thin layers starting from the middle of your face and blending outward using a foundation brush you don't want any visible lines so pay close attention to blending beneath your jaw and on your neck don't cake on foundation it will look overdone and likely smear or streak to do wedding makeup step 5 add concealer where needed whereas foundation is designed to even skin tone concealers are designed to hide things like blemishes and dark circles under your eyes if you were to apply it before your foundation you'd rub much of it away while working the foundation into your skin to cover red areas or dark circles use a concealer brush to donna liquid concealer the same shade or one shade lighter than your skin tone along trouble areas then Pat the brush against your skin to spread the concealer if it's not blended enough dip the tip of a makeup sponge in water and work the concealer outward to hide a blemish put foundation on it first then apply concealer before setting it with powder if you can still see it add more concealer and powder make sure you Pat the concealer on the blemish don't rub too do wedding makeup step 6 apply highlighter but go easy on it highlighter isn't always in everyone's makeup bag but its purpose is to make certain facial features like eyes appear larger and to add both glow and a youthful dewy look using too much or a formulation with sparkle or glitter is a recipe for photo disaster so tread lightly they come in both liquid and powder forms if you use a liquid dab it on with a brush after your foundation in the shape of a check mark start near your inner eye go down at a slight angle toward your nostril and then up your cheekbone blending toward your temple do the same above your browse down the center of your nose the center of your forehead and your chin if you're using a powder highlighter use it after you powder and brush it under your brows lightly in the corner of your eyes and on the tops of your cheekbones don't use powder highlighter under your eyes or over your mouth or you'll look sweaty in photos to do wedding makeup step 7 set your base and then contour really you have two choices next you can use a cream blush rather than a powder blush or set your base with powder if you opt to use a powder blush first use a translucent powder to set your base and control shunning powder is one of those times when less is absolutely more you're going for luminous not Laden down use a medium sized brush to dust lightly over your forehead the sides of your nose and on your chin and use a powder bronzer that's just a shade or two darker than your foundation and brush it in the shape of a three on both sides of your face to do so start at your hairline move down the side of your face and then under your cheekbone back to the side of your face and then below your jaw have pressed powder on hand there are always areas that shine a need a quick dab before a photo or while in the restroom to do waiting makeup step 8 blush gently whether you're using a cream blush prior to your powder or a powder blush after glite Lee with the blush you can always add more apply blush to the apples of your cheeks and blend upwards and out toward your hairline you don't want a pink nose so don't brush it there to finish do a small check mark at your cheekbones if you have fair skin with cool undertones colors like soft rose or baby pink with hints of mocha or beige will look nice if you have fair skin with warm undertones go for golden apricot or a light peach with a bit of pink if you have medium skin with cool undertones try cranberry light raspberry or rosy if you have medium skin with warm undertones look for soft coral with hints of brown or sunk iced apricot if you have deep skin with cool undertones blush on shades of plum grape and raspberry if you have deep skin with warm undertones keep it rich with brown suede or deep coral with a little bronze to do wedding makeup step 9 bring color to your eyes with shadow and liner wetting experts generally don't recommend a darkly dramatic a opting instead to use eyeliners in colors other than black paler or muted eye shadows complimentary to your eye color and highlighters to make eyes look large try Brown grey and green eyeliners and apply it on both your top and bottom eyelids to draw attention to your eyes using a cream eyeshadow will last longer and is best used on the lids of your eye while a powder is best in the crease of your eye use a powder highlighter in the corners of your eyes and under your brow as for colors dry bronze shades if you have green eyes mocha if your eyes are hazel navy and dark brown for blue eyes and purples and grays for brown eyes dampen an eyeliner brush in water and brush it into your eyeshadow if you want to line your eyes with your eye shadow to do waiting makeup step 10 add mascara and tidy up your brows dot there likely will be tears more than once so you must have waterproof mascara also if you don't already regularly wear false eyelashes your wedding day is not the day to start dot instead make sure you have a good eye lash curler a volumizing mascara and a lengthening mascara curl your lashes before applying both with your mascara start at the root of your eyelashes and wiggle up from side to side to the top go with black it looks good on everyone finished by framing your face with a brow powder a little darker than your natural color brush it into the natural line of your eyebrows working outward to the end of your eyes to do wedding makeup step 11 create lips that look good and last just as you need your facial skin to be well moisturized prior to applying makeup your lips also need to be moisturized so they aren't so dry or cracked at once color is applied all you see are lines to avoid this use a lip hydrator and let it absorb a couple of minutes before applying color choose a color that complements your blush while also following these tips taught also while many newer lipsticks claim to last hours going with a lip stain is a better bet on your wedding day if you have fair skin with cool undertones go with nude light mocha and light mauve if you have warm undertones dry sand nude peach or she'll avoid bright pinks dark bronzes and dark mochas if you have medium skin with cool undertones choose a rosy pink pomegranate or ground berry if you have warm undertones go for bronze copper and cinnamon avoid nudes if you have deep skin with cool undertones check out raisin wine or a ruby red if you have warm undertones try honey ginger or a coppery bronze avoid anything close to orange if using lip liner apply your lip stain or lipstick if that's what you choose almost to the edge of the lip next use a lip liner to define the shape of your lips and to seal it all in add just a little more color and blend the two together if you go for a bolder or statement lip color keep your eyes soft and natural to avoid the bridal veil look avoid smacking your lips together because this can make your smile look lopsided skip the lip gloss first it doesn't last long secondly it will end upon your groom's lips and finally it can create a glare in photos party to picking your wedding look to do wedding makeup step on remember it's your wedding not girls night out one of the biggest mistakes Brides make a skating on makeup too many layers of overly dark foundation far too smoky eyes lipstick that is blindingly bright in photos and so forth you don't want to wince when you look back on your wedding photos like you do when looking at those from prom pink timeless leave experimentation for another time and place you want to look like the best version of you not like someone else makeup artists highly recommend staying away from all makeup with any glitter or sparkle because it bounces off flash photography leaving white spots on your skin they can be removed from photos but it's expensive to do wedding makeup step 2 make sure your makeup matches your hair and dress because your gown most likely will be white you'll need some color to compensate for its lack of color yet just as you don't want to wear too much makeup you also don't want to wear the wrong style of makeup your goal is a cohesive look in which each piece makes sense with every other even if you love a certain style of makeup or are simply accustomed to wearing makeup one way that doesn't mean it's going to look good with your hair and dress if your gown is romantic de LOI and soft for instance smokey eyes and bright red lipstick will clash not be complementary if you're wearing your hair in an updo with a lot of adornments you should keep your makeup simple yet still fresh and rosy look at bridal magazines and red-carpet images specifically to see how stylists put together an entire look that's stunning rather than shocking to do wedding makeup step 2 collect images of looks you like another mistake Brides often make is waiting until the last minute to decide how they're going to do their makeup so definitely get started early pull out those bridal magazines and start looking at the makeup used when you see something you like tear out a whole cage and put it in a file marked makeup also look in other fashion magazines search for images online and print them and browse other publications identify what it is you like about the makeup in each image you find use a sharpie and write it down to the side look around and jot down notes at different times of the day and when you're in different moods after you've collected a nice sample try to determine if you notice any themes for example have you repeatedly written that you like a particular lip color do you see you've written several notes on lightening under-eye circles to do what he makeup step 4 think about looks you've personally seen and liked remember back to weddings you've attended or been a part of in the past when do you remember thinking to yourself about the bride wow she looks amazing you may not be able to remember exactly what it was about her makeup that you liked or if it was even her makeup that made her stand out but you know one thing she didn't mess it up and she looked fabulous give her a call she will certainly take it as a compliment ask her if she did her makeup herself if not ask her who did if she had to makeup artist ask for the person's name and contact information if you're really struggling in deciding on a look remember that one rarely fails radiant skin rosy cheeks and pink lips part three getting your look ready before the wedding to do wedding makeup step one don't neglect your skin if you've not been particularly diligent about taking good care of your facial skin now is the time to start get facials once per month to firm your complexion and illuminate your skin which will create a good base for makeup make sure you wash your face well not only in the morning but also at night to get rid of the days make regularly exfoliate to remove dead skin and even out your skin tone moisturize your face and drink plenty of water to applying makeup to dry splotchy and flakey skin won't produce your desired look no matter how hard you try if you have a breakout a day or two before your wedding do not picket it it's much easier to cover a blemish than a scab wax brows or other areas of your face at least one week before your wedding to avoid any marks if you've never waxed before don't start doing so days before your wedding because you can get a rash if you've never before waxed consider whitening your teeth too there are many options from having it done at the dentist's office to doing it at home with over-the-counter products you should start 3-4 months before the wedding to do wedding makeup step 2 decide who will do your makeup you may choose to do your own makeup as Kate Middleton did before she went Prince William or you may decide to have a friend or a makeup artist to do it if the latter you may already have a recommendation from a friend if not consider asking your wedding planner if he or she can recommend one you could also ask the coordinator of events for your wedding venue look online or talk with the salon owner where you have your hair done or where you're planning to have your hair done if you're going that route no matter whom you select ask to see a portfolio if it's heavy and everything but the look you want find someone else to do wedding makeup step 3 set up the trial run before the wedding if you choose to have your makeup done by another person schedule a time at least one month before the wedding to have a trial run by this time you'll be more settled in the overall planning of your wedding and have a better idea of what you want take your collected images a photo of your dress a photo or image of what your hair will look like and a photo of yourself when you think you look your best to your trial run this will all the person doing your makeup both create the look you want and one that will work with your other elements if you plan to turn before your wedding you need to achieve that color before your makeup trial – or the results will not be the same also remember that while you might find a makeup look that you love it might not look good with your coloring if you're using a makeup artist allow him or her to guide you on these matters always wear a white t-shirt to your trial run so you can see how your makeup will look against your dress take a photo with no flash before you leave to do wedding makeup step 4 do a trial run by yourself if you don't know much about makeup application keep reading you can also research it online watch youtube videos or go to a department store look around at the women's selling products at the makeup counters and find someone wearing a makeup style you like ask her for a makeover which they'll often do for free in hopes that you'll buy some of their products you might find that you do practice doing your makeup in natural light using the products you plan to use also wear a white t-shirt and take a photo of yourself afterward thank you for watching the video like share and subscribe my channel

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