Find out how to look like a blushing bride on your big day.
Every bride wants to look her very best on her big day.
She wants to get the wedding-day glow and look like the ultimate blushing bride who can not wait to see her prince charming.
MUA Mally shares rules on how you can be a beautiful blushing bride.
When it comes to cheek color, more is not more- Mally says to avoid overload by always tapping excess off the brush before you apply.
Apply blush to your cheeks—and only your cheeks- Apply blush to only the apples of your cheeks, then swirl it up and out towards your cheekbones. "I call it the 'cinnamon roll method,'" Mally says. Then, sweep it back towards your ears. Be sure to steer clear of your nose and jawline! For an overall glow, stick to your bronzer.
Play around with color, but know your ideal tone- To find the right shade of blush, you should go by your skin's undertones, Mally says.
Find the right texture for your skin- Dry-skinned brides can try cream blush, Mally says. If you've got more oily skin, switch it out in favor of powder blushes; cream blush can make your skin look too shiny in photos.
Don't forget to prep- To help blush stay put all night, apply primer to your cheeks before sweeping it on.