Bridal Beauty Tips From Ultimakeover

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There is perhaps no day in a woman’s life more important than her wedding day — especially when it comes to beauty. And because it may seem daunting to take charge of your makeup for the big day without consulting a professional, Claire from Ultimakeover is here to ensure that each and every bride feels her best!

“As a makeup artist, I always get asked about what products to use and how to best apply bridal makeup. Brides are becoming more independent — they’re really taking hold of their ‘getting ready’ process to save money and stay true to their own style at the same time. I know the pressure to not poke your eye out can be frightening, but with some practice and knowledge of the right products, achieving a gorgeous makeup look on your wedding day is incredibly doable!”

Check out Ultimakeover’s blog + Youtube for more tutorials!

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1. Remove all dirt and oil from skin by washing your face thoroughly with Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Bio-Repair Cleansing Gel ($38).
2. Apply a hydrating moisturizer like Trilane Intensive Repair ($49.99) to skin to give it a smooth-looking surface.
3. Next, add face primer to create a flawless canvas for face makeup. A primer is going to fill in fine lines, diminish the appearance of redness and keep your makeup lasting all day long. It’s a very important step for the big day! MAC ‘Prep + Prime’ Natural Radiance Base ($40) is a great option.
4. Swipe an eyeshadow primer like NARS Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base ($25) across your lids. This will act as a glue for eyeshadow and intensify its colors even more.

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