Nearly all women agree that nude-makeup is their absolute favorite look. However, it is not unheard of to see bridesmaids at a wedding rocking this look. “Many women prefer to use a lighter color palette and neutral tones to flawlessly enhance their natural beauty by emphasizing it. To achieve a radiant and revitalized look for someone’s bridal day, a touch of highlighter can do wonders,” says Make-up Artist Ayesha from BlushBee Organic Beauty.
Here are some handy hacks to get this look.
Keep a Multi-Use Pencil Handy says Digital Creator, Naina Ruhail Co-Founder Vanity Wagon
Smooth and subtle gliding of a nude tint helps sport that effortless close-to-natural look and embrace the nude makeup obsession to perfection. Rather than packing dozens of products, get your hands on one product that does so much more.
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Light seamless base and warm tone lipper says Guneet Virdi, Celebrity Makeup Artist
If you love nude look and would like to try it this wedding season, then choose a light seamless base that doesn’t look made up (Maybelline fit me can be a great budgeted option) also to enhance the look go with warm tone lippers ( Charlotte Tilbury’s Pillow Talk is a perfect pick) make sure when you go for nude look keep the jew little bold so it highlights your complete look.
Don’t miss out on the bronze says Mamta Naik, Associate Vice President, Product Development, SUGAR Cosmetics
When going for a nude look, don’t forget to add some dimension to your face. Apply a cream/powder bronzer to the perimeter of your face, along your jawline and below your cheekbones for a sun kissed glow. Try the SUGAR Cosmetics Face Fwd >> Contour Stick or SUGAR Cosmetics Contour De Force Mini Bronzer, for a sculpted look that will last all night.
Always start makeup with prep and prime days Arti Nayar, Celebrity Makeup Artist
Try using more cream products like cream blush contour before you set it with powder, so it looks more natural and blended. Also use a cream highlighter to get that soft glow in the skin.