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How to do your wedding make-up: 5 easy rules that will make you look like you hired a pro - Telegraph.co.uk

This summer's brides will have been tuning in to Boris's announcement on lockdown easing, hoping to be given the go ahead to hire a professional make-up artist for their big day. Sadly, it's only hairdressers that can operate from July 4, so we are here to help with our beauty editor's guide to natural-looking bridal make-up. 

Start with skin 

Meghan Markle visited facialist Sarah Chapman the night before her wedding to Prince Harry for her signature facial, and you can do this yourself at home. Apply a serum (one you've used before so as not to create any sensitivity) and begin with a lymphatic drainage massage using a rose quartz roller or roller ball tool such as Skin Gym Face Sculptor. Go over temples, under eyes, underneath brow bone, under cheeks, and jaw to release toxins and fluid, which will help you to relax and prepare skin for make-up. Take a linen cloth around and ice cube and roll over skin to de-puff and tighten pores. Now apply your moisturiser and allow it to sink in fully. Apply a sheer SPF such as Estee Lauder's Perfectionist clear gel or LA Roche-Posay Anthelios 50. 

The Duchess of Cambridge nails her bridal make-up look

Perfect your base

Skin should look glowing and fresh on your wedding day, so invest time in searching for your best-matched foundation shade (right now, not last winter) and perhaps order one or two tones which may need to be mixed together, which is often what make-up artists do. Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation Stick, MAC Studio Fix Fluid SPF15 and Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation are three recommended bases to use. Arm yourself with a concealer that suits your skin texture. NARS Soft Matte Complete Concealer is loved by many and is a good all-rounder for most skin types. But if your skin is more dry, you will need a long-wear liquid consistency such as Chanel Longwear Concealer or MAC Studio Fix 24-Hour Liquid Concealer.

Ellie Goulding looks stunning 

Before foundation, apply a primer to create a canvas for your make-up to adhere to (we love Fenty's Pro Flt'r) and then apply your base sparingly, to allow your skin's own luminosity to show through. Buff with a brush or beauty blender, depending on preference. Artis foundation brush gives a flawless finish.

The warmth of your own hands is also brilliant at merging base seamlessly with your skin. Make sure you blend into the neck area, wearing a towel to catch any excess. When you've applied a thin veil, use your concealer just where you need it to cover blemishes, which is generally underneath eyes, chin, and around the nose. Press in place (never rub). Finish with a translucent powder on your t-zone to eliminate shine and carry it with you on the day to touch up before the photographs. We love Tom Ford's Translucent Finishing Powder.  Blotting papers are also handy. 

J-Lo does a good wedding make-up

Focus on eyes

Even if you don't ordinarily wear eye make-up, you should on your wedding day as it will create a focal point that lifts your face and frames your eyes in photographs. Stick with bronze, taupe and soft black in matte textures. If you are skilled at liquid eyeliner, one feline flick is a beautiful way to create definition without risking a smoky eye. Or, draw on Bobbi Brown's Longwear Cream Shadow Stick (we like Taupe) onto your eyelid close to the lash line, and blend with your ring finger up and into the eyelid, fading out to the socket. For further depth, draw a black or brown eye pencil into the top water line which will make your eye colour pop. NARS High-Pigment Longwear Eyeliner is long-lasting and easy to apply. Or try Chanel Waterproof Long-lasting Eyeliner. Of course, mascara is key, just make sure it's waterproof and you curl your lashes first. 

Meghan Markle glows 

Highlight 

While you don't want any unnecessary shine on your t-zone, you do want to catch the light in all the right places by applying a touch of highlighter to strategic areas of the face, such as the very tops of your cheek bones, the inner corner of your eyes, tops of your brow bone - and cupids bow. We prefer a stick highlighter which is more controllable, such as Charlotte Tilbury Flawless Filter or Glossier Haloscope Dewy Effect Highlighter. 

Princess Eugenie looks blushing 

Choose pink (or bronze)

Pink is the colour of youth and optimism which makes it the perfect neutral shade to use on cheeks and lips for your bridal make-up. That doesn't mean you have to go with bumble-gum pink, just choose a nude lipstick and blusher that's more on the pink side which will make your complexion appear fresh as a daisy. Apply to the apples of your cheeks. We recommend Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge which comes in three shades of pink, a brown pink, light pink and bright pink for all skin tones, or NARS Orgasm Blush for those who like a powder finish. If you prefer bronzer, the most natural one we recommend is Chanel Les Beige Healthy Glow Bronzing Cream, which is a glorious gel/cream finish that melts effortlessly into your skin for a super natural look. On lips, go with a skin-boosting warm pink lipstick such as Charlotte Tilbury's Pillow Talk. Take a clear balm with you to keep lips dewy and moisturised. Sisley's Lip Balm is second to none. 

Tip: Don't fake tan the night before, if you are going to do your own at-home tan, practice many times to ensure you are adept at achieving a patch-less finish and apply it at least three nights before your wedding so that it has time to settle in to a natural finish.



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