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How to be a picture-perfect bride

A local cosmetics brand shares easy-to-do tips to ensure brides stay flawless and picture-perfect on their wedding day. 

How to be a picture-perfect bride
Glow on your special day with the help of a few easy-to-do tips, like getting enough sleep.
Get your beauty sleep

Getting enough sleep prior to the wedding day is nonnegotiable; a hundred percent necessary for flawless and healthy-looking skin. Practice the habit of clocking in seven to nine hours of sleep at least months or weeks leading up to the big day. 

Prep your skin

Having clear skin is a good base for makeup. Achieve healthy skin by drinking lots of water to keep it hydrated. Prep skin by cleansing, toning, and moisturizing. Don’t forget to apply sunscreen. Consider setting an appointment with the derma for facial cleansing and the salon for brow grooming.   

On a clean base, apply long-wearing, waterproof products. Wedding days can get very emotional. To ensure that makeup stays in place the whole day, Ever Bilena offers All Day Liquid Foundation, EB Matte Long-lasting Dip Liner for the eyes, and EB Power Curl Mascara for lashes.   

Accentuate your features

Enhance natural beauty by using light and neutral colors that can go from day to night like the EB Ultimatte Eyeshadow Palette. Add dimension to face with the EB Sculpt and Strobe Stick which are best for contouring and highlighting. 

Be a blushing bride with the EB Matte Blush-on in Willow—a blush color shade that’s not too pale nor too dark. Lastly, complete the look with EB Matte Liquid Lipstick.

Relax and enjoy

Planning a wedding can get pretty nerve-wracking. But remember to take a breather! Set up a spa appointment alone or with friends. Let your team take care of all the small details and just enjoy one of the most important moments in your life.

Topics: EB Matte Liquid Lipstick , EB Ultimatte Eyeshadow Palette , Ever Bilena , Bride
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