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Summer Bride MakeUp Tips

Every bride want to look more beautiful in their big day. And summer is the best day for wedding because the sun is shining. Its beautiful though, but brides are worried that make ups will melt in their pretty face and turn to complexion shiny. So if you are a summer bride here are some steps to be followed from the beauty and health expert. 

For Your Body -
The day before your wedding, cut back on dehydrating alcohol and avoid spicy foods, which can make you flush.

Lighten UpIf you have very dry skin, a hydrating body wash might not be enough to make your skin feel soft and smooth. Instead of a thick body cream, which can cause perspiration, try a fast-absorbing dry oil,

Shower Smart
On your big day, give yourself two to three hours to get ready. Racing around only raises your body temperature and stress level. In the shower, use a moisturizing cleanser, like Dove Supreme Cream Oil Body Wash.  It deposits rich emollients on skin so that you can skip heavy creams. Then rinse with brisk water. If you start to feel hot later, run your wrists -- which are pulse points -- under cold water for a quick cool-down.

Stay DryDust a moisture-absorbing powder, like Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder Cooling Cucumber Melon  from your bra line to your feet. And use a powerful antiperspirant. Try Secret Clinical Strength the night before. Put it on the soles of your feet as well, to avoid slipping out of sandals.

Pour MoreWater is key to feeling refreshed. Add a few cucumber slices, which have cooling properties, and keep sipping throughout the day.

 For your Smooth Hair
Choose a style that gets your hair off your neck -- a soft updo will ensure you're comfortable.

Top Knot
When deciding whether to wear your hair up or down, consider this: Updos stay neater longer, and they really flatter your bone structure and neckline. Equally important, hair left down can feel like you're wearing a scarf in the summer!For a modern look, opt for soft variations on the classic chignon instead of severe or product-shellacked buns. The style shown here is adorned with fabric flowers by Jennifer Behr


Smooth MovesFrizz can be a problem on humid days. So avoid alcohol-based gels, which can dry hair, attract moisture, and give strands a fuzzy finish. Instead, apply a smoothing serum to damp hair before drying it. Giannandrea likes L'Oreal Professionnel Texture Gelee Rich. To keep curly hair soft, blow-dry hair and recreate the curls with an iron, which seals hair's cuticle, preventing frizz. Style and set it with spray. Try Pantene Pro-V Restoratives Frizz Control Anti-Humidity Hairspray. Then blast neck and face with the dryer's cool setting. Avoid touching hair, and stay out of the heat until the last moment.

For a Pretty Face
Your wedding is your day to shine, but not literally. Stay photo-ready with sheer, long-lasting cosmetics that can take the heat without wilting.

Wear Light LayersTo make makeup last -- and stay in place -- layer on cosmetics; use eye shadow primer before brushing on neutral-colored shadows, and apply a cream blush try Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge for Lips and Cheeks, then top it with a similar shade of a powder. Likewise, line your eyes with pencil first, then go over them with a thin liquid liner. Try L'Oreal Lineur Intense. For lips, apply a stain. That way, you'll have some color on even after you've been kissing a lot.

To create flawless-looking skin without piling on heavy makeup, use a foundation brush, which makes it easier to deposit the right amount of product,Use it only where you need it -- like on blemishes or the red areas around your nose and chin. Then finish with a light dusting o right before you head down the aisle.

Go to the Matte
To prevent shine, first apply an oil-absorbing treatment . If you have very oily skin, consult your doctor about Accutane, which can permanently shrink oil glands.

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