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Wedding makeup 2013: no make-up look

Dilemma for the bride who does not usually make: what to do on D-Day? No question of excessive make-up and curling the disaster, but no question many have bad mine on your wedding photos …

major makeup trends 2013 wedding is no make-up look! The less you maquillerez, the better! It should make up as you are. Do not put anything is not the solution as you get a little light mine …

Photo: Katie Larcombe

How much makeup have the D-Day, is a question posed many brides! Play the card of no-make up is not so easy as it is to have a kind ultra made ​​while mixing the shades and colors.

  • Everything is a matter of skin

First thing, we apply a uniform layer of cream all over the face to give a smooth appearance. It is this that will allow your different (and thin) layers of makeup to hold throughout the day of your wedding .

Photo: Katie Larcombe
  • Color to find

Make your choice! Find the brand that best suits your skin, ask for a sample and try the cream you. So you can see how the texture work, how does light, etc..

Keep in mind though that the color of your face should be harmonized with that of your body.Nothing like to opt for Mac face and body product. And especially those with uneven skin tone and areas with small lesions.

Photo: Katie Larcombe
  • Concealer

To get this look, I used the Lise Watier concealer but any concealer can be used. I like that of Lise Waiter for its color palette. Mix colors to get the color closest to that of your skin. Take a concealer brush and touch up blemishes on your skin. The purple eyeliner palette is divine Lise Waiter to highlight your eyes on your wedding day. This product can be used both under the eyebrow, and that under the eyelid. With that, believe me your bridal makeup will be at the top and your sharp eyes !

Guest blogger: Katie hairdresser and makeup artist from England, has a long experience with brides.

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