Do-It-Yourself Makeup Guide for Brides

Being camera-ready in today’s click-and-post era is easier than ever as more brands incorporate technological advancements into products.

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Being makeup-ready in today’s click-and-post era is easier than ever for many brides as more cosmetic brands incorporate technological advancements and HD-ready, finely infused ingredients into their products.

“On your wedding day, strive for products offering long wear, high pigmentation and layering capabilities that are smudge-proof, filter or blur and deliver photo-ready results while giving you an undetectable, flawless look,” said Madison Peterson, a senior makeup artist and class facilitator at Sephora in Midtown Manhattan.

And maybe practice ahead of time. “Brands are also creating tutorials for brides to watch and learn how to master the techniques they want to achieve,” she said, “so that incorporating a specific look is easier and more obtainable.”


Before the Ceremony

PRIMER Kick-start your premakeup application with Blur Stick by Milk; a vegan, silicon and oil-free primer that is lightweight and minimizes pores and fine lines while allowing skin to breathe. $36

FOUNDATION Oil-free, long wearing (as in 24 hours), full coverage, transfer-resistant and water proof, with an SPF 15, describes Lancôme’s Teint Idole Ultra Wear Foundation. The matte finish slips into your skin without making it feel dry or shiny, which on camera can read as oily. Available in 40 shades. $47

UNDER-EYE CONCEALER Swap out cold spoons on the eyes with Marc Jacobs Beauty Remedy Concealer Pen. Thanks to the metal palladium tip applicator, the same experience is created using a cooling system to push out puffiness while soothing the under-eye area. Advanced pigments, powerful antioxidants, brightening ingredients, coconut water — for nourishment and hydration — add a bright-eyed finish. $39

BLUSH Blushing brides can do so minus the streaks with Anastasia Beverly Hills Blush Trio, which comes with finely milled, high-pigment two mattes and one shimmer, created to provide a new, buildable and blendable look called draping; contouring with blush, minus the stripes. $30

BROWS That well-earned, trendy arch you can achieve is thanks to Benefit’s 24-hour, waterproof ka-Brow! eyebrow cream-gel color, buildable color that sculpts and defines. Bonus: a built-in, hard-angled brush converts into a full-size brush for precise control. $24


LASHES Though faux lashes are trendy, they can be hard to apply…

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