After finalizing your wedding outfits, your next big task is to book a makeup artist – someone who will make you look (and feel) like a million bucks on your big day. But even before you zero in on a professional, you need to think about what look will suit you best. While you may fancy a particular finish, there are factors to consider, such as whether it will suit your skin type, outfit and event.
Knowing all your options is your best bet to choosing the perfect look.
High Definition Makeup or HD Makeup: Conventional makeup and HD makeup have similar application techniques. The only difference is that HD makeup gives you a more natural look. It eliminates skin imperfections without making your face look blurry when compared to a standard finish.
On your wedding day, you will be moving around constantly and getting your pictures taken. You don’t want a finish that’ll make your skin’s imperfections stand out with the camera’s flash and you need something that’ll last throughout the function. HD makeup is what most celebrities and international professional makeup artists swear by as it gives a very natural, non-cakey, soft and flawless look. HD makeup looks sheer while hiding flaws such as uneven texture, blemishes, pores and scars. It’s makeup every bride dreams of – it feels featherlight and camouflages imperfections.
Airbrush Makeup: This technique does not use the typical brushes, sponges and beauty blenders for application. The products are sprayed on to the face with the help of an air compressor or air gun. As the products are sprayed on in thin layers, it takes the shape of the skin, covering the pores and making you look flawless. If you have extremely sensitive skin, this can be a good option. It gives superb full coverage. One of the best advantages of airbrush makeup is that it looks fresh for almost 12 hours. This technique is for a bride who wants a perfect yet natural finish. It is both long-lasting and waterproof.