Our beautiful bride-to-be over at Lovely by Lindsey wanted a classic bridal makeup look and soft glam waves. She wanted her makeup to be soft, radiant and iconic with baby winged eyeliner and a bold lipstick.
If you’ve hired a professional hair & makeup artist who specializes in Bridal work, chances are you won’t need to do much once they are done. Even with it being such a long day, they know which products and techniques are best to keep your hair & makeup looking fresh all day and night! But it’s always a good idea to have a few staples on hand. So I’ve put together a few beauty products you may need for wedding day touchups.
If you are one to get shiny, it’s a great idea to have a pressed translucent powder on hand. Especially if you are getting married outside, during a warm month or just like to break it down on the dance floor. 💃
I definitely recommend a pressed powder so you’re not messing around with loose powder in your wedding dress! I love this powder by It Cosmetics because it’s a talc-free formula, it mattifies but is infused with silk so it’s not too drying.
Congratulations!!! You’re engaged and are on your way to one of the happiest days of your life! With all the things you have to do to prepare, I want to help make things simple. As a professional bridal hair & makeup artist, I’ve rounded up the top 10 things you should know before your bridal trial.
The truth is that a bridal trial can often be a little nerve racking. You may not know what to expect. With so many do’s and don’t’s you’ve heard over the years, it can be hard to navigate what is myth or what applies to you.
One thing is for sure, a trial is called a trial for a reason. It’s a fantastic way for you and your HMUA to get to know each other! (HMUA = Hair and Makeup Artist) As well as get a clear understanding of what you are looking for. We want to ensure you are happy and look gorgeous for your wedding day.