4 Bridal Makeup Tips For Muslim Women
4 Bridal Makeup Tips For Muslim Women
So, you’re getting married! Alf mabrouk, masha’Allah, and congratulations! Now it’s time to talk makeup – have you picked your perfect look for your big day yet?
It’s not a stretch to say many dream about their ideal wedding day. From the shoes to the dress to the hair, nails, and makeup, many brides to be have a vision of the look they want. But sometimes executing it can be challenging. While having the help of professional makeup artists and hair stylists is ideal (and alleviates some of the stress associated with the big day), sometimes you just have to get your DIY on. Or maybe you want some guidance on what to tell your makeup artist so they can carry out your vision. Don’t worry, we got you covered with bridal makeup tips!
Do a makeup trial
Whether you’re enlisting the help of a makeup artist, a trusted friend, or doing your own makeup, you should absolutely do a full-face makeup trial. This will help you see how the products will work together, with your skin, and how it will wear as time goes on. You want your look to last the whole night, and there’s nothing worse than makeup that looks a mess within an hour or so.
Consider the season and venue when choosing your products
Think about the season your wedding falls in, and how your skin usually behaves in that season – and where it will be! If it’s the summer, you’ll probably want to avoid dewy products. If it’s the winter, you’ll likely want to go sparingly on powders, and use more hydrating or creamy products. Whether your wedding is indoors or outdoors and how much exposure to the elements you’ll have is also a factor to take into consideration.
Choose a look you feel comfortable in
When you’re comfortable, you’re confident. Don’t choose a look that you’re self-conscious about, such as going with a bold red lip if that’s never been your thing. It’s okay to break outside of the box for your wedding look – after all, it is your special day – but make sure it’s something you feel comfortable and confident in. Otherwise, you may be too preoccupied with worrying bout red lipstick on your teeth to enjoy your own wedding.
Keep products on hand for touch ups on the big day
If you hire a makeup artist, you can typically pay extra for them to stick around for touchups. But if that’s out of your budget, if a friend is doing it, or if you’re doing it yourself, you should definitely keep some of the products on hand for touch ups. You should have blotting paper or translucent powder and a lipstick or lip gloss on hand at a minimum.
If you’re looking to streamline your bridal makeup as a Muslim woman, we’ve got just the thing. Our Tuesday In Love Bridal Gift Sets have been carefully curated with halal and organic beauty essentials. Choose one – or all – and nail your perfect bridal look!
💘 TOGETHER FOREVER: Contains an eyeshadow palette of your choice, “First Kiss” nail polish, top coat, Organic Camellia Seed Face Oil, and Mango & Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizer.
💘HONEYMOON: Contains an eyeshadow palette of your choice, Power Lash Mascara, Long Wear Eyeliner Pen, and Lash and Brow Enhancement Serum.
💘 I DO: Contains a nail polish gift set with three colors (your choice of Nude Set, French Manicure Set, or Red Set) and our Hair Oil Gift Set, which includes Hijab Hair Oil and Organic Argan Hair Oil).
These make the perfect “treat yo self!” gift, gifts for a bride to be you know, or even bridesmaids gift. May your marriage be blessed, your eyeliner perfect, and your mascara on point!
What are some of your best makeup tips that brides should know about? Drop a comment and let us know. Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram at @tuesdayinlove!
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