Tips For Looking Even More Stunning On Your Wedding Day
- Posted on: May 15 2018
A gorgeous gown, charming dresses for the bridesmaids and elegant tuxedos for the groomsmen. These are just some of the details that make your wedding a day to cherish for the rest of your life. The perfect hair and makeup enhance the moment when your honey stares into your eyes and says, “I do.” Here are some tips for looking your best at that moment.
Practice, Practice, Practice
Your wedding is no ordinary day, so why wear your makeup the same ordinary way? In the weeks before your wedding, meet with a makeup consultant o learn some new tips and tricks that will wow your guests and future life partner. Take those tips home and practice, practice, practice until you can create the same look.
Wear White Before the Wedding
If you are planning on using a new range of colors for your eyes, lips and cheeks, or if you plan on adding some color to your hair for the big day, wear white to any appointments. The color of our clothes reflects on our skin, and white has a dramatic effect on how your skin color looks. You may realize that white makes your skin look darker, paler, more tanned and even more yellowish.
Romance is in the Eyes
Make sure that your eyes are the primary attention grabber for the ceremony. This can be accomplished by using different eyeshadows, false lashes and highlights on your brow bone.
Getting Up Close and Intimate
Imagine standing in front of the person whom you adore and cherish, and his eyes start to wander away from yours and upward to your forehead. What is he looking at? Then you realize that you have fine horizontal lines just above your eyebrows. Avoid situations like this that can ruin even the most romantic moment by reducing fine lines with Botox®. The treatment takes less than 30 minutes.
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