Just doing a little marketing research.. what service do you think comes first? Video, planner, venue or Makeup? What orser?
Started this discussion. Last reply by Arcadius Henderson Oct 12, 2015.
1. Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate. Dead skin cells can stop the skin
from absorbing skin care such as lotions and creams. Avoid the eyes when
exoliating. An affordable exfoliant is a wash cloth with warm water, and
your favorite cleanser 2 x weekly.
You makeup will look flawless!
2. Eye Cream 2 x a day. Many brides complain about concealer cracking up
around the eyes which can look aging. To avoid the dry look a hydrating eye
cream is key. Be sure to…
Posted on March 4, 2011 at 8:39am
Bride/ What is the difference between traditional and air-brush make up?
Traditional makeup can be great for a day at the office, airbrush makeup offers a longer finish and wear. Regular makeup tends to absorb into the skin. Airbrush makeup has a truly air like quality. It will not clog the pores the way makeup will. It looks fresh and stays satin all day long. It is water proof, tear proof and hug proof.
Bride/ Of the 2 which one give me the best coverage and stay…
Posted on February 15, 2011 at 11:26am
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A bride is the center of attention at a wedding. It is so important she feels and looks her best here are five Beauty tips to insure she is successful at flawless for the big day.
1) Drink alot of water to hydrate your skin, this will make you look fresh. If water is not your friend, cut down sweet drinks with water and lots of ice. Do the ratio half water, half juice.
2) Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate. Your makeup will glide on with this all important step.…Continue
Posted on December 23, 2010 at 9:18pm