MAKEUP FOR WARM SKIN TONED BRIDES
PKMH Makeup Tips
Dear Future Brides,
You must have chosen your makeup artist and gone through trials by now, and they must have given you a few makeup related ideas for your big day.
But we all know they won't be hanging out with you on date nights with the groom or at small family gatherings post your wedding. So, here we are, talking about tips and tricks for the bride with a warm skin tone without the need to #gopro
Continue reading to find the perfect #pkmhrecommeds tips for you.
1. The right foundation
Warm colors are said to look best with warm undertones. So go for a foundation with a yellow undertone rather than a pink one. Look for foundations that have terms like golden, warm beige, or honey in the title. Another simple approach to finding a foundation that matches your skin tone is to check for the W term, which most make up brands use to designate a foundation for warm skin tones. In addition, the foundation in the bottle appears yellowish rather than pink.
2. The right blush
The majority of us do not select blushes that are appropriate for our skin tone. Choose blush in golden tones, bronze, or rust to mix in with your complexion if you have a warm skin tone. Blushes with an orange or peach color should be avoided. You can even experiment with these colors by choosing a cold pink, for example.
Keep in mind that makeup in gold, bronze, and rust tones will naturally make your eyes and skin sparkle with brilliance. Warm tints of pink and green are also available, but none of these colours will suit you. Also, avoid smokey eyes because they don't look nice on warm skin tones. Also, remember to use eye primer on your eyelids, as it will enhance the colour of your eyeshadow and help it remain longer.
4. Sparkling gold eyes
The bride's beauty artist utilises glitter on her lids to make her face stand out in the sea of jewellery! With a glittering cut crease eyeshadow style and gentle yet strongly lined eyelids, all attention was focused on this area. The beautiful lipstick and the matte paste perfectly complement each other and made the look complete.
5. Ivory and cream
For warm skin tones, a gentle #glowup style is ideal! Choose a natural look with the lightest smokey eyes. This entire makeup look will look great with simple wedding attire and jewelry. What is the one thing we need to complete the look? To make your eyes pop, use a white liner on the inner corner of your eyes.
6. Shades of pink and a hint of mauve
It's always refreshing to see brides on their wedding day who still look like themselves! Keep the attention on the eyes by softly lining them, and add a charming pastel lip hue to go perfectly with the colours of your wedding lehenga. Go subtle with pastel shades!
7. Highlighter all the way
Women with a medium to dark complexion frequently have dark, deep eyes, as well as dark lashes. This can be used as a highlight in your makeup! Instead of liquid eyeliners, opt for cream-based eyeliners. Liners are less difficult to mix and appear more natural.
Instead of lighter colours like pink or purple, opt for dark shades like browns, prunes, copper, and burgundy for your eyeshadow. You can also use dark metallic colours.
8. The perfect lipshade
On a medium to dark complexions, both matte and glossy lip colours look wonderful. You can also go with frosty or glittery colours. Darker colours, such as cherry, plums, burgundy, or mauve, can be used, but nude lips appear best on warm complexion. Apply a smidgeon of foundation to your lips before applying lipstick if you believe they're too dark. This will help to bring out the colour more.
Women with a dusky complexion are advised not to use bronzers, we've heard. Who doesn't enjoy a sun-kissed, just-back-from-vacation glow? Choose a neutral bronzer that will give your skin a lit-from-within radiance for a tanned effect. To look like you've just returned from the beach, apply it in a number '3' shape to your temples, cheeks, and jawline.
10. Color correcting
If you've seen a million YouTube videos of fairer females utilising five shades ranging from green to purple to even out their skin, color correction may appear challenging for warm-skinned women. Warm skin-toned ladies, on the other hand, are in luck because the only corrective shades they need to worry about are red and orange. They'll address all of your concerns, including pigmentation, discoloration, and dark spots! It makes your base look flawless.
Always remember it's never too late to try new things but do not go work experimentation into your wedding look unless you’re a 100% sure. That’s what trained #makeupartists are for!
Go for beauty and make-up products you've already used and tested.
Here’s to a flawless, pretty and happy bride forever!
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