So it’s easy to think your wedding make up can just be done on the day and you can just choose standard colours and jobs a ‘gooden’, so to speak. Well, I’d say, even if you’re not typically a ‘makeup person’, take the time to look into what colours and products you would like to use on your wedding day. Always opt for a make up trial, the last thing you want on your wedding day is to feel that you don’t look like yourself.
Until you try, you really won’t know what suits you and for such a big occasion you want to make sure you’re looking your absolute best.
If you do like your make up and you have your ‘absolute ultimate’ products that you can’t live without, you can always speak to your make up artist and mention that you have a preferred brand foundation, for example. Most of the time make up artists will be more than happy to incorporate products that will make you feel your most comfortable, so don’t just anxiously sit back as you have different make up applied.
That said, this highlights the need for your make up trial because this really is a great opportunity to discuss, in depth, your wants and needs and be able to come up with a ‘beauty plan’ for your big day. That way, you have had a chance to meet your make up artist and break the ice so you feel comfortable on the day, and also a chance to iron out any decisions that need to be made. Don’t just blag it on the day as you will have potentially limited time to get ready and the last thing you want to do is to have to redo your make up or have a mini make up melt down.
Think ahead and avoid the headache.