Bridal Makeup Tips For Indian Brides
Girls become very possessive, when their wedding come closer, so no need to be possessive, because I am sharing some bridal makeup tips for Indian brides.
So here they are:
- Choose a waterproof Mascara
- Mahogany, navy, or charcoal, these are the best options for the eyeliner
- For brow bone, use a white highlighter if you have a light skin and if you have a deeper complexion, then you can use vanilla or light peach shade
- Shade your brows with the pencil, which matched with your hair color
- For fair skin, use pink tone blush and for deeper skin, choose rosier hue shade
- If you found a sudden monstrous pimple, then don’t touch it with your hand, go to the doctor at the same time for the instant relief
- While doing the makeup, try to set your table near the window because natural light is best, and if natural light is not available, then use halogens
- Apply Bronzing powder on your neck and chest
- Use moisturizer that has SPF 30 or higher
- Choose the bright lip color
- Carry one lipstick with you for the touch-up
- If you have yellow teeth, then use over-the-counter teeth-whitening systems, it will whiten the teeth
- Choose a perfect hair style
- Take the deep conditioning treatment a week, before your wedding
These are some tips that brides can use while doing the makeup, and all these tips are suitable for Indian brides, so if you are planning to get married in this season, so remember these tips.
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