So, the big day is finally around the corner, and the bride has only one responsibility, to look stunning on her wedding day. Wedding attire and makeup are the two major aspects to give you that million-dollar look. Once the outfit is ready, it is time to choose that perfect look to leave the onlookers mesmerized. As a bride, you may be confused about what latest makeup trends are doing the rounds and which one would suit you the best. Relax, we have done the homework for you. Just read on…
Here are some terminologies to use while discussing your bridal makeup with an expert. Some of the latest bridal makeup trends are listed:
- High-Definition makeup: Despite the similar application techniques for both traditional and HD makeup, the latter gives you a natural and even tone to your skin. All blemishes and imperfections are evened out to give you a smooth and fine finish. With photographers clicking away, you would want to showcase a flawless skin tone. In HD makeup, reflective particles like crystals, mica, quartz, or silicone are used to reflect light and hide your scars, pores, uneven texture, etc. It makes you feel light and picture perfect.
- Airbrush makeup: In this type of makeup technique, skin products are sprayed using an air compressor on your face in thin layers, covering pores and creating a second skin. The mist-like particles create a thin film, making your skin look natural and clear to cameras and onlookers. The makeup is long-last and smudge-free. No hands, sponges, or brushes. It gives holistic coverage and makes you look fresh for 12 hours.
- Light Makeup: It is ideal for all types of skin and gives a perfect creation of an unnoticeably thin layer above your natural skin. It is subtle and brings out your natural features without masking your originality. Natural light makeup is very difficult for the artist. With the use of minimal makeup products, the artist has to showcase excellent results. The features of the bride are uplifted without overdoing it.
Bridal makeups are time-consuming and need preparatory work. Start your bridal makeup schedule well in advance to tone your skin and hair to garner the attention of the spectators.