Posted on Feb 11, 2020 at 3:44 PM
On your marriage day, there are thousands of things passing all over the place. There are many things that could go wrong – a liner is applied, mascara streaming down because of tears so, you'll want to make sure you're ready to tackle any and all beauty destructions. But what exactly does that involve? How can you most excellent prepare? What can you avoid those pressure breakouts? If you're in a soup on your marriage day, here are the ultimate marriage day beauty and makeup hacks to have up your sleeve by best Freelance Makeup Artist.
Maybe the sangeet party went on too long or maybe you had a drink or two at your cocktail night, chances are that you might wake up with distended eyes. Use cold spoons to combat under-eye puffiness. Put two spoons in the freezer for a few minutes, and then press them under your eyes for a minute to decrease inflammation by contracting the blood vessels. You can also use green tea bags also to do the same.
For A Great Smile
Chances are that the marriage stress may double up your coffee or tea consumption. But they give a spot on your pearly whites. For a quick fix, dip a moist toothbrush into some baking soda and then add your toothpaste. Use the white toothpaste rather than the gel one. The mixture of toothpaste and baking soda works together to raise stains and whiten your teeth.
Not everyone can have naturally flowing lips or go under the pin for this. But you can have them with a simple method. Get immediately full lips when you add a few drops of basic peppermint oil to your lip polish. As you reapply during the day it will give your pout that "just-bitten" lift, plus it acts as a breath freshener!
Hairspray Your Bobby Pins
We continually do this for our brides! Hairspray your bobby pins before placing them in your hair. If you do not have a Bridal Makeup Artist, layout all the bobby pins on a daily towel, then soak with hairspray. Once the bobby pins dry, they'll have a sticky cover on them that will help hold hair longer.
Concealer + Lipstick
This is one hack that comes in use every time you want your lipstick to last longer. Previous to applying the lipstick and/or gloss, coat your lips in concealer. This will help the colour stick to your lips through touches and champagne!
Have a powder blush and it doesn't blend well as a cream or fluid blush? Rub off some powder blush on the back of your palm and mix some Vaseline in it. Tap it on the hips of your cheeks and blend it in.