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7 Winter Wedding Makeup Tips And 24 Ideas-trendfrisurende.com

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Winter wedding season hasn’t begun yet but the season of preparations for winter nuptials is on, and we start our winter-dedicated roundups with winter wedding makeup tips and ideas.

Winter wedding makeup is tricky just like summer makeup because at least some of the photos are going to be taken outside, and it may be really cold there. Besides, the difference of temperatures may be even more harmful for your skin than cold itself. To look shiny, gorgeous and chic on your big day in the winter read our tips and look at the ideas.

  1. In the fall and winter your skin is thirstier than in any other season, that’s why you need to update your skincare regimen as soon as it’s cold outside and emphasize hydration. Don’t try a lot of new products to avoid irritation, just swap a couple of things to make your skin as plump and moisturized as possible. It will make all the difference for creating a flawless canvas for your wedding day.
  2. neutral winter makeup with no bronzer
    neutral winter makeup with no bronzer

    neutral winter makeup with no bronzer

    moisturize your skin in the winter as much as possible to get a perfect canvas
    moisturize your skin in the winter as much as possible to get a perfect canvas

    moisturize your skin in the winter as much as possible to get a perfect canvas

    emphasize hydration as winter weather may be frosty
    emphasize hydration as winter weather may be frosty

    emphasize hydration as winter weather may be frosty

  3. Take a short break from SPF products. The extra slickness from an SPF is tricky because sometimes it can eat through your makeup, especially if you have oily skin. Plus, sunscreens tend to give your face a weird, paled out look in photos, particularly in outdoor pictures where there’s a harsh reflection of light from white snow.
  4. don't use SPF products on your winter wedding day to avoid that paled out look outside
    don't use SPF products on your winter wedding day to avoid that paled out look outside

    don’t use SPF products on your winter wedding day to avoid that paled out look outside

    extra slickness of SPF products can eat through your makeupextra slickness of SPF products can eat through your makeup

    extra slickness of SPF products can eat through your makeup

  5. Apply a smart combo of liquid and powder formulas. Since your skin is drier in the winter, liquid and cream formulas will hydrate and provide coverage at the same time. Creamy blushes and highlighters not only look really natural, they are easier than powders when you need to touch up after shedding a tear or two during your ceremony.
  6. cream formulas will hydrate and provide coverage at the same time, that's what you need in the wintercream formulas will hydrate and provide coverage at the same time, that's what you need in the winter

    cream formulas will hydrate and provide coverage at the same time, that’s what you need in the winter

    creamy makeup formulas look natural and are easy to touch if you shred a tearcreamy makeup formulas look natural and are easy to touch if you shred a tear

    creamy makeup formulas look natural and are easy to touch if you shred a tear

  7. Consider a colorful punch to your wedding makeup. A subtly smokey eye or a classic red lip can look particularly gorgeous against a white dress and a snowy setting in photos. Plus, bolder colors tends to have stronger, longer lasting pigments that won’t wear off like lighter neutrals.
  8. bold lips amazing with a white dress and in the snowy backdropbold lips amazing with a white dress and in the snowy backdrop

    bold lips amazing with a white dress and in the snowy backdrop

    bolder colors tends to have stronger, longer lasting pigmentsbolder colors tends to have stronger, longer lasting pigments

    bolder colors tends to have stronger, longer lasting pigments

    classic red lip is timeless and chicclassic red lip is timeless and chic

    classic red lip is timeless and chic

  9. Stock up on waterproof formulas. This is the time to invest in high quality products with long-wear and waterproof formulas, or make sure your makeup artist has them handy. Cold air and harsh winds will probably make you teary-eyed way before you’re ready to walk down the aisle. So if you’re worried about smudging, apply a cream shadow on your lids and use it as an anchor for a waterproof powder shadow. And of course, top it off with a water-resistant mascara for an eye makeup look that will stay put.
  10. waterproof makeup will help you to withstand cold air and harsh windswaterproof makeup will help you to withstand cold air and harsh winds

    waterproof makeup will help you to withstand cold air and harsh winds

    opt for long-wear and waterproof fomulas to avoid smudgingopt for long-wear and waterproof fomulas to avoid smudging

    opt for long-wear and waterproof fomulas to avoid smudging

  11. Work with winter light. Make sure to opt for light-reflecting foundations and concealers, which bounce away the bluish tone to neutralize your skin. Then stick to blue-toned lipsticks and blushers instead of warmer, orange-toned makeup, as the color won’t shift when you step outside, and is more likely to flatter your skin.
  12. choose light-reflecting foundations and concealerschoose light-reflecting foundations and concealers

    choose light-reflecting foundations and concealers

    stick to blue-toned lipsticks and blushers to have good pics outsidestick to blue-toned lipsticks and blushers to have good pics outside

    stick to blue-toned lipsticks and blushers to have good pics outside

  13. You can wear a bit of bronzer if you want. The general rule is picking a shade just one level up from your natural skin tone. Be very focused about where you sweep it, targeting the hairline, nose and cheekbones, to give a natural-looking tint as if you’ve just been up on the slopes.
  14. wear just a bit of bronzerwear just a bit of bronzer

    wear just a bit of bronzer

    pick a shade just one level up from your natural skin tonepick a shade just one level up from your natural skin tone

    pick a shade just one level up from your natural skin tone

Now have a look at winter wedding makeup done right!

bold lips always look perfect in snowy settingsbold lips always look perfect in snowy settings

bold lips always look perfect in snowy settings

not much bronzer and a classic red lip works great for the winternot much bronzer and a classic red lip works great for the winter

not much bronzer and a classic red lip works great for the winter

winter wedding makeup with creamy formulas and a subtle smokey eyewinter wedding makeup with creamy formulas and a subtle smokey eye

winter wedding makeup with creamy formulas and a subtle smokey eye

creamy long-lasting makeup with a pink lipcreamy long-lasting makeup with a pink lip

creamy long-lasting makeup with a pink lip

waterproof makeup with a bold pink lipwaterproof makeup with a bold pink lip

waterproof makeup with a bold pink lip

perfect creamy winter makeup with a classic red lipperfect creamy winter makeup with a classic red lip

perfect creamy winter makeup with a classic red lip

natural porcelain look with bold lipsnatural porcelain look with bold lips

natural porcelain look with bold lips

Christmas makeup with perfectly moisturized skin and lipsChristmas makeup with perfectly moisturized skin and lips

Christmas makeup with perfectly moisturized skin and lips

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