Sep 15, 2012
I am getting married in 3 weeks and am doing my own makeup. I've been on the hunt for a great foundation but haven't found anything. I'm looking for something that will actually last all day & cover all my red spots & uneven skin tone. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions!!!! Thanks!
Sep 16, 2012
Estée Lauder 18 hour wear light. They will help you find the perfect shade. It's a full coverage but doesn't look cakey an blends well. I also never had trouble with it "melting", it's what I always wore to proms etc..which is definitely something you don't want for your wedding day!!
I did makeup for two friend's weddings. I used MAC pro long wear and set with MUFE HD powder. For primer I used smashbox, and concealer was Benefit Boi-oing. Both brides faces lasted all day. One didn't even have much of a smudge after the groom mashed cake in her face ;-)
Sep 17, 2012
Thank you so much ladies!!! I really appreciate the help!!!
Sep 19, 2012
LONG LASTING FOUNDATION STARTS WITH A GREAT PRIMER.
TARTE HAS SOME GREAT ONES :)
Drat! I forgot the Urban Decay All Nighter setting spray! Use setting spray!!! I'd recommend investing in a full size bottle because it's awesome, but sephora also sells a trial size if you just want to get it for your wedding.
Sep 20, 2012
I used MUFE HD with a primer and Too Faced transclucent powder to set it. My ceremony was outdoors in June, and my makeup outlast the heat, sweat, food, constant hugs, and the dancing.
Sep 21, 2012
Awesome suggestions! Definitely have some makeup exploring to do over the next 2 weeks! Thanks ladies!!
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