Hi friends! Now I may not be a beauty expert, but after helping countless brides get ready for their big day, I’ve learned a thing or two about bridal makeup. There are tons of tips out there for looking your best on your wedding day, but these are the three foundational rules of bridal beauty that I convey to each of my brides: 1.Keep it simple. Makeup...

Hi friends! Now I may not be a beauty expert, but after helping countless brides get ready for their big day, I’ve learned a thing or two about bridal makeup. There are tons of tips out there for looking your best on your wedding day, but these are the three foundational rules of bridal beauty that I convey to each of my brides:

1.Keep it simple. Makeup legend Bobbi Brown once said, “Most brides want to look pretty but all brides end up looking beautiful.” So don’t stress, you will too! No need to make things complicated, simple and fresh is the way to go.

2. Your wedding day is not the time to reinvent yourself. Your goal should be to enhance your natural beauty, not look like a completely different person. Save the experimental looks for another time.

3. Just relax! This is your big day and your (and your partner’s) time to shine and look amazing. Enjoy it!

Have fun!

xox,

Mindy

 

 

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  1. Ji yoo reply

    Hello? My name is Ji Yoo who is 17 years old and lives in South Korea. I do not know if this method is correct so suddenly but I am sorry to contact you .. My future dream is party planner. When I was young, I had various dreams such as dress designer, building designer, and interior designer. And then I got into the business of being a party planner. I think party planner is the main character of a party. I think this is the flower of the party that will make those who attend it happy and happy. Since I was young, I was interested in design, social and active, and had various activities and interests in economic management. However, I go to Foreign Language High School. The students are intensively taught the language and later diplomats, such as education minister, president, lawmakers and judges have a dream. It is quite difficult to prepare my dream here. The time to research and learn more about my field of interest decreased among the children who prepare for the exam all day long every year on four tests. Living in a dorm might help children who have set their educational, political or diplomatic careers, but I wondered whether it would help me if I chose to become a party planner. I was worried because I could not study and learn my interests while studying. Also, there are few institutions or universities that provide related education because there is little known job of party planner. So I studied abroad but I have encountered my parents ‘ objection in the field of cost and design. I took the liberty of contacting you to ask for practical advice from an international party planner. Would it be right to just give up on your dreams and have the same dreams as mine? I have no people with jobs like this, and it is difficult to reach them even in Korea. You may be too busy to read it, but I am writing to you, even though I know this is not the right way to go. I wish you could contact me
    wjswldb38@naver.com

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