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Create a subtle look of elegance for your wedding make-up

Your wedding make-up should not cover your face just for the sake of make=up itself. It should emphasize your naturally beautiful traits, it should show a bit of who you are and it should complement your personal style.

How do you create a subtle look of elegance for your wedding make-up? We have gathered some of the best tips for you to remember, so read on if you want to find out more.

  • Don’t overdo it. Not with the eye shadow, not with the lipstick and not with any other product. Talk to your make-up artist about creating a natural finish with the help of mineral powders and high quality products that look natural and beautiful on the skin.

  • Pick a nude eye shadow. Smokey eyes look marvelous, but if you want a natural look, this type of make-up may not be the best option. Pick natural nuances of beige, brown and other shades with undertones to emphasize your natural eye color and you will feel absolutely splendid wearing this.

  • Contouring. There’s something almost magical about contouring that brings out the most beautiful features in anyone. Talk to your make-up artist and tell her to contour your face using natural-looking products. This will create a superb effect!

  • Just a bit of blusher. You don’t need to look as if you were a plastic doll. A bit of blush on the apples of the cheeks will do the trick: it will create a beautiful shape and it will add a pop of color, just enough to make you look so gorgeous!

  • Pick a lipstick that illuminates you. Regardless of whether you want to go classic red on your lips or if you prefer a nude option, make sure you pick a shade that looks good on your skin tone (cold, warm or mixed).

Infinity Films will be there to preserve the most precious moments of your Big Day! Contact us, book us for our amazing wedding photography and videography services and you will definitely love our work!

Photo source: Amanda Truss /clash

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