Wedding Makeup Tips

Is it just us, or are wedding bells ringing? Everywhere we turn, a new happy couple is tying the knot or has passed out save-the-dates (and a BH employee recently got engaged!). If you haven’t been to a wedding or special event yet, we’re sure you will be attending one soon and you need the right makeup for it!

Watch our latest makeup tutorial for wedding makeup tips – plus, it’s perfect for any Summer special event! If the event is during the day, try switching out the red lips for light pink or shimmery beige.

 

Products used:

Eye and Lip Primer

Jenni Rivera 36 Eyeshadow and Blush Palette

88 Color Tropical Shimmer Palette

120 Color Palette 5th Edition

Gel Eyeliner in “Storm”

False Eyelashes in “Natural”

Blending Brush

Angled Shadow Brush

Small Smudge Brush

Angled Definer Brush

Contour and Blush Palette

10 Color Professional Blush Palette

Small, Angled Blush Brush

Waterproof Lip Liner in “Retro”

Lip Gloss in “Classy Gal”

MUA Monday – Summer Skin Tips

 

With the blazing summer rays approaching, it is important to begin considering the effects of the coming season on our hair and skin. Depending on your skin type, it may become dehydrated or excessively oily (sometimes both!), so early preparation is important. After all, the makeup you wear won’t be at its best if the skin underneath isn’t taken care of properly! Here are my top 3 Summer skin tips to consider:

1. Use lots of sunscreen! Anything under 30 SPF for the face will not do do trick. Apply sunscreen daily, or whenever going outdoors, to protect your skin from the harsh long term effects of sun exposure. If you sweat or go into pool, you must re-apply! Also, something important to remember is that sunburns are a big DON’T. Getting sunburned means you’ve been overexposed to UV radiation, which increases your risk of skin cancer.

2. Remember to exfoliate and moisturize. Exfoliate your skin once or twice a week prior to applying your moisturizer. This will help remove dead skin cells from your face and cleanse deeper into your pores. Make sure to hydrate well after exfoliating to lock and seal the moisture in your skin. If your skin gets extra dry or sensitive after exfoliating, try a moisturizing mask once a week as it could help tremendously. Don’t forget to moisturize daily!

3. Here’s an easy one: Stay hydrated and drink plenty of water to maintain your body’s moisture balance. This will help your skin to stay clear and keep it from becoming overly dry from sun exposure.

There’s no need to stress too much over the details of your skin care routine. The most important thing is to be prepared for the upcoming months of sun rays to prevent potential beauty woes so you can be healthy and confident when it’s time to have fun!

Sincerely,

Julia