● Use warm, yellow-toned foundation and Face Powder for a skin that glows. The more matte the finish, the better.
● Avoid frosted makeup.
● Stay away from very brown or pale lipsticks - they look washed out on photographs.
● Remember, your wedding day is not the time to experiment with your look. Practice your make up several weeks in advance or have a professional makeup artist give you some wedding day tips for looking natural and radiant.
● Do not to overdo your makeup for photographs and video. You do need to wear more than usual, but your over all goal is to keep it looking natural. And blend. Blending helps to achieve a natural look by avoiding demarcation lines and uneven color.
● Use a matte color for your foundation to avoid any extra light reflection showing up in your photographs.
● Do a trial run of your makeup before the big day.
● Avoid trying new makeup or skin care within the last two weeks of your wedding.
● Remove stray hairs that fall below the brow. When plucking eyebrows, the arch of the brow should line up with the outer circle of your eye color.
● Define you eyebrows by using a slightly darker shade than your natural color. If you make them too dark, tone them down with a yellow eyebrow powder or use your face powder.
For blemishes and pimples, use a concealer one shade lighter than your skin tone and blend evenly.