I always encourage my clients to wear the same color and neckline to their makeup preview as they plan to on their wedding day. I find this is the best way to get a feel for how their makeup will look on their special day. You'd be surprised how much of a difference what you're wearing makes!
Don't get me wrong..Pinterest & Instagram are great resources for makeup inspiration; but just be careful when scrolling through as some images can be misleading as to what makeup really looks like in person & on the skin, those sneaky filters and edits are getting harder to spot!
After all, we're all perfect as we are right? For true-to-life inspiration images, check out my website and Instagram page to examples of previous brides. It's always nice to save images of with similar skin tone/hair colour to yourself too!
It's super exciting to try the latest skincare launch, particularly with your wedding day on the horizon. It can take a good few weeks to start to see the effects of new skincare products, so if you're trying out some new bits, stick with it! I'd suggest not making any new changes to your skincare routine within the last few days before your wedding; stick to what you know (just incase of any adverse reactions!)
If you're thinking of having any facials/aestheicts treatments done in the lead up to your wedding, be sure to speak to your specalist about the best timeline & routine for these treatments.
Fancy having a spray tan for your wedding? If it's possible, treat yourself to one before your makeup preview too; it makes such a difference to your envisaging how you'll look on your wedding day!