How to Make your Wedding Makeup Last all Day Long

Here's how you can make your wedding makeup last all day long

Prep and Prime: Whatever kind of look you’re opting for, remember one thing, it is very essential to prep and prime. No matter how expensive your makeup products are, your foundation will smudge off especially if you have oily skin.

So prep your skin with some moisturiser and use an oil-free primer to ensure your makeup won’t smudge later. If you plan it well you can prevent acne, dark circles, pimples or any form of the breakouts on your skin.

This step is just as important as the first one. Once your skin is ready for the makeup, put on your foundation and concealer. The key here is to pick the right product.

You need to ensure that the products you have last for at least 24 hours so that they don’t budge or smudge after you’ve applied them. Also, pick the right shade so that you don’t end up looking darker or ashy when you apply them.

This one is a must! You know what happens when you’re wearing normal mascara and then you cry . You wouldn’t want to end up looking like a panda during your bidaai.

So pick the right waterproof products so that they don’t start to run if there are tears or sweat. Plus investing in good makeup will ensure that the outcome looks gorgeous too.

Now that you’re done with everything else, bring your focus to that pretty pout of yours. This is pretty much the step that can make or break your entire look.

You need to make sure that you choose a lip colour that goes well with both your makeup and your attire. Remember to prep your lips by exfoliating beforehand so you don’t have chapped lips when you apply your lipstick.

Even if you’re in a rush we still suggest you keep this step in mind because it might just be the most important step. Setting spray makes sure that everything stays right in the place it’s supposed to be. Plus it also gives the skin a boost of hydration which is obviously very important.

So if you want to ensure that your make stays on throughout the event, remember to use a setting spray on your face.

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