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  • Give your wedding makeup ensemble a try at your bridal shower

    give+your+wedding+makeup+ensemble+a+try+at+your+bridal+shower_3356_800659291_0_0_7076562_300For many brides-to-be, it's never too early to start planning out the makeup and accessories they'll be wearing on their wedding day. If you're eagerly waiting in anticipation, you can break out your tube mascara and liquid eyeliner during your bridal shower to get some helpful input from your friends and family.

    A good rule of thumb when planning out your eye makeup is that less is more. You're already going to be the center of attention, so avoid any over-the-top eyeshadow hues, smoky eyes or anything else that could detract from your look.

    When planning out your makeup, use a combination of foundation and concealer to give your skin a refreshed, dewy look. Keep your lip color in pale hues, and use sparkling sheer eyeshadow products to make your eyes an instant focal point. If you really feel like your lids need a bit of color, try using a bit of metallic silver around your lower lash line to give it added definition.

    As soon as you have your look down, head off to the bridal shower and show your friends. Hopefully they will give you some constructive criticism so you can tailor a dazzling look for your big day.

  • Tips to make your wedding makeup ensemble unforgettable

    As the new year dawns, many brides-to-be are facing the reality of their upcoming nuptials and they'll start to pack up their lash curlers and other beauty products and get ready to plan their ensembles. According to the Huffington Post, the following tips will help make planning your cosmetics far easier when the big day rolls around.

    You should start by visiting a professional makeup artist who will handle you and your bridal party's makeup before the ceremony. You can then go over a variety of different makeup styles to know exactly what you want on the day of the wedding.

    While you may be tempted to go with your usual stylist, this may not be the best choice. Since your wedding party will have a wide range of tastes and hairstyles, going with a professional full-scale salon may be the best way to appeal to everyone's beauty needs.

    Oftentimes, less is more when choosing the perfect bridal makeup, so consulting a professional could be the ideal way to find that perfect balance to give yourself a dazzling glow. After all, you're happy and in love, and that's the easiest way to look beautiful.

  • Brides with sensitive eyes can try tubing mascara

    Many brides-to-be spend as much time planning out their wedding hairstyles and makeup as they do shopping for the perfect wedding dress or deciding on the reception's dinner menu.

    A lot of women splurge on a professional makeup artist on their big day, to help them look lovely and feel pampered. However, because professionals may use products and brands other than those you typically wear, it may be wise to ask them to do a test run. Some women are sensitive to the chemicals and products in certain types of makeup.

    The only tear shed on your wedding day should be tears of joy. To be absolutely sure that you won't react to the eyeliner, eye shadow and mascara the cosmetologist uses, request products that are guaranteed to be safe for those with sensitive eyes.

    Celebrities like Brooke Shields, whose eyes require a little extra care, have turned to tubing mascara which won't flake off and irritate eyes.

    "Brooke Shields has watery eyes and we had to find something that would work on her," Lipstick Jungle make-up artist Sheri Kornhaber told Makeup Artist Magazine. "Kiss Me Mascara is silicone based - it forms tubes on eyelashes. You put it on and it will never smudge."ADNFCR-3356-ID-19820311-ADNFCR

  • Expert beauty tips for brides-to-be

    June is upon us, which means that the wedding season is almost in full swing.

    Brides-to-be are likely finalizing the last of their wedding details, and some may be feeling overwhelmed by all of the items on their to-do list.

    For many women, their wedding makeup is one of the last things they consider but is also one of the most important aspects of their appearance on the big day.

    To make sure you achieve the look you desire on your wedding day, Sally Streets, a makeup artist for OneWed.com, suggests keeping in mind your personal style, the overall look and feel of your dress and hair, the time of day the ceremony will take place and the color scheme of your event, according to the website.

    Then, work to create a makeup look that is appropriate to your ceremony and reception.

    Those who are worried that they might tear up during their "I dos" should opt for a waterproof mascara that won't run while they say their vows, and will stay put throughout the ceremony and celebration.ADNFCR-3356-ID-19840944-ADNFCR

  • Makeup tips for an outdoor wedding

    Brides-to-be who are planning an outdoor wedding may want to pay just as much attention to the makeup that they choose for the big day as they do to some of their other wedding details.

    Just as certain dresses and wedding decorations are more appropriate than others in an outdoor setting, it's important to choose long-lasting makeup that will have a natural finish for fresh-air ceremonies.

    Heavy foundation and clumpy mascara will be obvious in natural light, so be sure to choose brands and products that offer a clean and subtle application.

    Water-resistant tubing mascara that won't flake off, no matter how hot the sun is (or how teary you become), is ideal for women who have planned their big day outdoors.

    Oprah magazine suggests Blinc mascara for ladies who are looking for a product that will stay put throughout their big day.

    "Most mascaras are oil-or wax-based - they're essentially paints. These formulas are water-based and contain polymers that form a solid film around each lash once the product dries," a makeup expert told the news source. ADNFCR-3356-ID-19867027-ADNFCR

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