Wedding day is the most important day in the life of a woman and every young girl desires to look at her best on this blessed day in her life. On the day of your wedding you want your makeup to look perfect. Bridal makeup is a clean, flawless, pearly and enhanced makeup. Some important tips to make you look as gorgeous as a queen. For brides with oily skin, be sure to avoid any harsh skin treatments as these can actually increase the amount of oil in your skin. Use heavy-pigmented cream foundation and layer it with powder foundation to make the skin look smoother. Use a handkerchief tucked in the bouquet to wipe lipstick from your groom's mouth after the kiss. When choosing a lipstick, be sure to select one that lasts.

Keep your lipstick, facial powder and mascara in your purse (in case you need to freshen up). For a perfect eye shape, use a small brush to blend a medium tone color from just below the brow arch downwards in a semi-circle motion. Use light peach eye shadow as eyelid base. Avoid using Retin A and Alpha Hydroxy creams prior to the wedding day. Exfoliate your skin with a manual exfoliator the day before your wedding. Choose lip liner that blends easily with lipstick for that soft glossy look that looks good in photographs too. Don't ever pluck or wax brows the day of the wedding. There's always the chance overdoing it and you could develop red rashes. Always brush your teeth before hand to ensure clean, fresh teeth.

Apply your lipstick with a lip brush. First one layer of lipstick, blot with a tissue, and apply the second layer. Have your eyebrows plucked and shaped at least a week before your wedding. Don't pluck them the day of your wedding or you may end up with red bumps. Don't ever pluck or wax brows the day of the wedding. There's always the chance overdoing it and you could develop red rashes. Use a concealer shade similar to the foundation and blend both well. Remove all traces of makeup the night before your wedding. Avoid dry lips by putting a lip moisturizer on your lips before bed and the morning of your wedding. Your face should be clean and product free when the make-up artist arrives.

Bridal Makeup Tips

1. Do not use soap if the skin is dry.

2. Regular massage gives natural glow to the skin.

3. When choosing a lipstick, be sure to select one that lasts.

4. Don't pluck them the day of your wedding or you may end up with red bumps.

5. Don't ever pluck or wax brows the day of the wedding.

6. Use a concealer shade similar to the foundation and blend both well.

7. Avoid dry lips by putting a lip moisturizer on your lips before bed and the morning of your wedding.