Dos & Don'ts Makeup Tips for Brides this Wedding Season

Do and Don’ts of a Bridal Makeup

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It’s wedding time again!! Wedding is an affair to remember in India. It is an event in our lifetime that needs preparation, planning, as well as execution to make it a memorable one. After all it is one event which calls for celebration, coming-together of people and of course pictures that make for lifetime memories for the couple.

No doubt every bride, who is the star of the occasion, wishes to look her best on her Big Day. Even for pre-bridal makeup and beauty services, the to be brides must go for a professional makeup artist. Some prefer gel foundation as base makeup, or muted and lighter tones for a radiant look, or a suitable hairdo. However, often the stress and worry to look perfect leads to mishaps on that Big Day.

So get gorgeous and avoid wedding-day disasters with these dos and don’ts for any bride.

Do (Face)

Indian brides love using bold and bright colors for their marriage ceremonies. For a long-lasting effect, get a deep cleansing facial to cleanup your face and pat dry before the makeup to ensure that there are no traces of dirt or oil on the face.

Woman having a facial cosmetic mask


Never go for any last-minute changes on your special day. It is better to plan everything in advance so that you are well prepared for the Big Day. The to be brides must schedule an appointment with their makeup artists well in advance for a trial run.

Do (Eye)

Indian brides love peachy eye makeup shades, as they go well with their red, fuchsia or green lehengas, ghagras or heavy saris. However, be careful about how you use your eye makeup. On one hand, it can enhance your look, and on the other, it can damage too.



Never go for false eyelashes for the first time on your wedding day. Practice it well in advance.

Do (Lips and Cheeks)

If you have thin lips, take a skin colored lip liner and extend the natural lip line. This would create the illusion of a fuller lip.



Never use a lip-liner darker than your lipstick to define your lips. It looks harsh and very unnatural in pictures.

There are tons of tips for bridal makeup and a consultation with your makeup artist can really help in clearing out any doubts regarding makeup. For details regarding pre-bridal & bridal makeup by Vidya Tikari, visit Monsoon Salon & Spa.

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