How do you make sure, if you are that blushing bride, that your makeup works from the moment you step into the car taking you to the ceremony until the time you step back into the car many hours later. The first thing to do is to find a professional makeup artist. Make sure that you look at his or her portfolio so that you can settle on a look you like. Then, at least two weeks before your wedding, go for a rehearsal. Once you're satisfied with the application, have a digital picture taken of yourself and look at it on a screen large enough to simulate the size of a photograph.
A common mistake that brides make is to wear too little makeup. What looks good to you when you look in a hand-mirror may well disappear on camera or from a distance. Mineral makeup is ideal for brides because it doesn’t look like makeup and gives that natural, dewy look that’s so flattering for brides of all ages.