For wedding makeup to look perfect, you need to start with your skin. No amount of cosmetics can compete with a clear and smooth skin. Hence, skin regimen practices are essential.
Get into the practice of cleansing, toning and moisturizing your skin twice a day. Have a weekly mask or exfoliate skin although this will depend on the type of your skin. Get this done months prior to your wedding. Do not attempt to adapt other skin care practices a week before the big day.
Whether you are hiring a wedding makeup artist or not, get into a makeup rehearsal. This will give you time to choose the right colors and makeup look that fits your wedding theme. Resolve any hitch encountered during the rehearsal by setting another makeup trial.
Checking on bridal blogs and magazines will also help you to choose the kind of look that you want to have. Always remember that wedding makeup is different from other makeup. This is because it is a time when you need to wear an all-white dress from head to toe so a few adjustments are required when it comes to choosing the cosmetic colors to use.
It is also essential to have the wedding makeup to last longer than expected.