Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Best Makeup Artist for Weddings in DC

Your shade of lipstick can make or break your entire wedding look. This summer you can go for a bolder, darker or brighter shade for your lips. To pick the right color, consider booking a trial makeup with the Best Makeup Artist for Weddings in DC. Here are some of the best shades to make summer even hotter.

Classic Shades with a Summer Twist

For brides who want to have light shade of lipstick rather than a darker one, go for a mid-tone coral lipstick. This peachy shade is subtle yet it’s bright enough to make your face glow. Mac’s Sushi kiss gives you this effect. For brides with darker complexions, go for medium to dark peachy coral color with a soft shimmer sheen like MAC’s Ravishing. The shade is leaning towards orange but it looks naturally soft and at the same time brightens the face of the bride.
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For brides who want to have sexy and darker shade of lips then go for something with a rich-reddish berry color. This color looks great on a bride who has a natural sun-kissed skin. The rich red berry color would complement an olive skin tone yet it also looks great on a lighter skin tone just like below.
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Bolder Shades
Red hot lips will surely make a statement on your wedding day. The tip in wearing this shade is to keep the rest of your makeup minimal – a simple tinted moisturizer if you have flawless complexion (add foundation and/or concealer if you have blemishes), mascara and a defined brow would do. If you have a darker and warmer complexion go for a coral red; if you have a lighter complexion then go for a blue-based rep lipstick.

Orange lips are so in trend since spring. Tangerine shade is an unexpected yet still in line with the orange trend. Just like red lips, keep the rest of your makeup minimal. Summer brides will definitely look glowing on photographs when choosing one of these shades. To get the best look for your wedding consider hiring the Best Makeup Artist for Weddings in Washington, DC

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