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How to Plan for Your Wedding Day Beauty Look

Plan ahead to ensure your day is picture perfect!

Now that I have a wedding to plan, one of the biggest concerns of mine is my hair and makeup.

I’ve been thinking about how I want it to look and thinking how I will feel about doing it myself on the big day. I keep realizing that I really don’t like how anyone else does my makeup; I am the best at doing it, and I know what looks best for my face. So I have decide that I am going to do my own makeup and will also probably end up doing my hair myself, as well.

Because I am a model and a makeup artist, I know what it is like to be sitting in the makeup chair. I know what it’s like to be trusting someone with your appearance, and there is nothing worse that feeling like you don’t look like yourself or that you don’t look your best. That feeling is not only frustrating, but stressful and can cause anxiety, and sadness. And you don’t want those kinds of tears on your wedding day!

If you aren’t able to do your makeup on your wedding day, like me, and you want to hire someone, here are my tips for a more successful experience:

#1 Trial Run before the Wedding

Although I feel like I do my makeup the best, I will still do a few trial runs on the “look” that I want for my wedding day. I recommend that you do the same. Avoid wedding day tears by having a “dress rehearsal” for your hair and makeup at least 2 weeks before your wedding. Don’t forget to bring your headpiece and any pictures or inspiration images to show the makeup artist what look that you want.

#2 Take many photos!

Take some digital photos with your camera to see how you really look & how you will photograph with that hair and makeup on your wedding day. Take photos from different angles and distance. If your wedding is a daytime wedding, take some in the natural light, as well as in the evening. It’s a great idea to even have the makeup artist take some photos of you. This not only enables them to reference it on your wedding day, but you can make changes while the makeup artist is still there with you until they get it right. You may be surprised how different your hair and makeup can look in a photograph, so it’s always a good idea to check

#3 Speak up

Don’t be afraid to speak up about what you want or don’t want, how you like something to look, etc. Share with the artist your feelings and suggestions. They are there to make you feel like your very best, so they should listen and act accordingly.

#3 Be yourself, and you will be beautiful on your wedding day

Don’t forget that it is you he asked to marry him, and it is you that he wants to see at the altar.

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