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Do-It-Yourself Bridal Makeup Tips


Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. You want to look and feel your best, and that includes your makeup. But with so many things to think about and budget for, hiring a professional makeup artist can seem like an unnecessary expense.


Luckily, there are plenty of ways to do your own bridal makeup that will still make you look like a million bucks on your big day. Here are some tips to help you achieve a beautiful, DIY bridal makeup look.


1. Start with a good skincare routine. This is the foundation of any good makeup look. Make sure you are cleansing, exfoliating, and moisturizing your skin regularly in the weeks leading up to your wedding. This will help create a smooth canvas for your makeup and ensure that your makeup lasts all day long.


2. Choose a natural foundation shade. When it comes to foundation, it's better to err on the side of too light rather than too dark. You want your foundation to even out your skin tone and give you a natural-looking glow, not cover up your entire face. Test out foundation shades in natural daylight until you find one that matches your skin perfectly.


3. Use a primer. A good primer will help your makeup go on more smoothly and last longer. Apply a pea-sized amount of primer all over your face before applying foundation.


4. Conceal problem areas. Use a concealer to cover up any blemishes, dark circles, or other imperfections. Choose a concealer that is one shade lighter than your skin tone to brighten up your face. Apply the concealer with a brush or your fingertips in small dots and then blend it with patting motions.


5. Set your makeup with powder. Once you've applied foundation and concealer, use a large powder brush to lightly dust translucent powder all over your face. This will set your makeup and help it last all day long.


6. Add some colour to your cheeks. Give yourself a healthy glow by applying a peachy pink blush to the apples of your cheeks. Smile while you apply the blush so that you can easily see where your cheekbones are and blend the colour upward toward your hairline.


7. Define your eyes. Start by applying a nude eyeshadow all over your eyelids as a base colour. Then, use a darker shadow to create

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