Brides are often scrutinised through their choice in bridal lehenga and makeup nd even their choice of groom! While there is nothing we can do about your significant other or your lehenga preference, we can certainly give you a few much-needed tips to avoid as a bride. So all you Gujarati brides out there hoping to find the right Gujarati bridal makeup professional, we are here for you along with a few well-chosen tips:
When we say eye makeup, we aren’t just talking about the eyes but the eyebrows and everything around! If you have light or thin eyebrows, choose a shade darker than your natural hair colour to fill up your brows and give it a good shape. You eyelids, however, need a neutral shade in order to be highlighted perfectly. When it comes to eyeliners, stick to basics. Another great way to highlight your eyes is to curl your lashes and use mascara to lengthen them. However, steer clear of false lashes and heavily trendy makeup. Too many coats of mascara too is sure to spoil your look.
One thing you must make sure never to do as a bride is trying on the currently trending makeup style and we stress on this all the more so that you don’t cringe when you take a look at your wedding album a few years down the line when the makeup trend is sure to have changed. The only thing we’d suggest for your face is to go with the classic look, with a sheen of bronze powder and stay as natural as you possibly can when choosing the shades.
Make sure you use a bright yet elegant shade of lipstick with the use of a lip brush to get a nice little pout to form. Once the shade graces your lips you can add on a liner that beautifully compliments the shade of the lipstick. Keep in mind that following the lip line that you are naturally blessed with can help define your lips much better than enhancing it further. Even while applying makeup, keeping it as natural as you can will go a long way in allowing the makeup to remain intact through the wedding ceremony. One thing to actively avoid is using a neutral shade which are sure to make you look haggard and pale.