Busting Most Common Makeup Myths

by Kristen White Blogger
Brides should look like this, dress like that, walk like this, talk like that! Gosh, so many people give unsolicited advice to Indian brides that it is easy for them to get confused. But a lot of them is hogwash and that is what we are trying to tell you through this article! 

We have compiled a list of most common bridal makeup myths by talking to the Best Makeup Artist in Jaipur. So read this article and fight misconceptions with knowledge. 

Don't wear makeup everyday before your wedding. It will harm your skin

If you are a new bride-to-be, then you obviously need to look your best which requires makeup. Believe it or not, nothing will happen to your skin if you wear makeup every day. Just don't use substandard product and remember to follow a skincare regime of makeup removal, cleansing, and moisturizing your skin before bed. 

You don't need to wash your makeup brushes regularly

Just like your bridal makeup artist must wash and clean their brushes after every use, you need to do that too. Don't skimp on it because you are the only one using it. Your makeup brush is exposed to lot of bacteria that can cause skin infection if you don't wash them regularly. The last thing you want is an acne breakout right before your wedding! 
Shimmer makes you look extra

You are the bride! You have every reason to look extra of everything. According to makeup artists at Best Salon in Jaipur, it is ok to add extra shimmer on the eyes but you must play down the other parts of your face to balance the look. This will highlight your eyes without making your face look too busy. 

Find the correct foundation by matching it to your wrist

Any makeup artist worth their salt would know better! The best way to find correct foundation color is to test it on your jawline in natural light. Don't go swatching your wrist because the results would only be misleading! As a bride, you must match your foundation for color accuracy as a mismatch will be glaringly visible under harsh lights and your wedding photographs. 

While the main function of a foundation is to even out your skin tone, many brides use it to lighten their skin to look fair in their photos. Avoid doing that because a mismatch can make you look caked. 

This is your special day and you are allowed to look however you want to look. Just discuss your ideas with an expert makeup artist and let them do it in a way that doesn’t look over the top but also gives you the results you were hoping for! 

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