Glowing with love
The big fat Indian wedding is behind you. Now it’s time to indulge in togetherness. Yes, we mean the honeymoon. Keep looking your best as you begin a new life of love and happiness.
Keep looking gorgeous on your honeymoon
A s you unwind at some exotic location, you realise that your skin needs as much attention as your new husband. Here’s what you can do to manage your skin and do wonders with your make-up to look your best for the honeymoon photo-ops.
Remember that less is more. The idea of a honeymoon is to relax and get know your partner better; not to spend hours in front of the mirror while your better half is bored to tears. Follow a skincare regime on your honeymoon, but when it comes to make-up, know when to stop.
Some tips for effective yet minimal makeup. On a clean face begin with an under-eye concealer, followed by a light base.
Brunch by the pool side:
Lining your lower eyes with white pencil creates a clear bright look, which makes your eyes appear bigger, loads of mascara, a swipe of gloss for effortless wow.
Party on the beach:
Scrunch your hair to get the bed head look, brush a bronzer along your cheek bones, a long-lasting lipstick in coral and you’re set to create waves.
Bring on the rosy blush, crimson lips and dramatic eye make-up with eye-liner, mascara and eye-shadow. Sit back and watch him melt.
For the perfect photo ops against picturesque mountains:
Define your eyes well with a liner/eye pencil, suck in your cheeks and smudge some cream blush in the hollows for a chiseled look and finally top off your pout with gloss.