In Western theater makeup is used for two purposes: to emphasize and reinforce facial features that might otherwise be lost under bright lights or at a distance and to alter signs of age, skin tone, or nose shape. Wedding makeup tips resemble
theatrical ones. The earliest known cosmetics come from the 1st Dynasty of Egypt (about 3100-2907 BC). Tombs of this era have yielded unguent jars, and from remains of later periods it is evident that the unguents were scented. Such preparations, as well as perfumed oils, waterproof mascara, were extensively used by both men and women to keep the skin supple and unwrinkled in the dry heat of Egypt. Egyptian women also developed the art of decorating the eyes by applying dark green colour to the lower lid and by blackening the lashes and the upper lid with kohl, a preparation made from antimony or soot. It is likely that the Jews adopted the use of cosmetics from the Egyptians, since references to face painting appear in the Old Testament.
One of the basic wedding makeup tips provides that your wedding makeup must suit the light conditions of your wedding ceremony. If a celebration is scheduled for daylight time, your wedding makeup must be soft without using too bright colors. Night-time ceremony allows using more gaudy colors. Regardless of the light conditions, wedding makeup requires using sparkles to make a bride shining bright on that special day.
Wedding makeup tips about lips go as follows. Lipstick color depends on the color of skin. Still there are some general recommendations. First, never use lipstick of an unusual color. Your lips will have seducing look if you apply some lip gloss over a lipstick layer.
Principal wedding makeup tips conclude, that a large variety of cosmetics is generally available today. Cold cream is an emulsion of various oils and waxes and water; it is employed to cleanse and soften the skin. Various purpose-made moisturizers and cleansers are also available. Face powder and dusting powder, based on talcum (powdered magnesium silicate) and zinc oxide, are used to dry and give the skin a satin-like texture. Lip colour, either applied directly as a lipstick or brushed on to the lips, is made of cocoa butter or lanolin,
as well as of waterproof mascara,
and is manufactured in an endless variety of shades, as are rouges, mixtures of red pigments and starch or finely powdered clay.
White and fair skin looks good with pink or berry colors of lipstick. Beige is also very good for women with fair skin color. Brides with olive and yellow skin are recommended to choose warm colors, especially brown colors: from deep dark brown to light brown, or dark berry lipstick. Wedding makeup tips about lashes and brows are as follows. Choose any color of your waterproof mascara, matching your dress , makeup spectrum and color of your eyes. To add glamour and drama to your glance, use false lashes, which must be applied after putting on mascara on natural lashes. Brows are a very important detail of your wedding makeup. They should be done 5 days before your wedding day.
Wedding makeup tips about photography. Invite a photographer to memorize your happy days. Some useful tips provided by professional makeup artists: 1.Your foundation color must match your skin color.
2. Cover a foundation layer with a powder. It will make your skin look velvet and mat on photos. 3.Don't use much sparkles and glitter.