It is very common that brides look some inspiration in different sources to find the perfect Make-up for their weddings. We often fall in love with different styles, colors and techniques, and want to suggest these looks to our Make-up artist in order to have a similar, or even better, style during the important day. However, you need to consider if it’s possible and recommendable to recreate the exact same Make-up work you see in pictures of a Magazine. For this reason, we invite you to know the points of view and advices from different experts who will tell you if this is actually a good idea for brides.
Alexandria Dixon shares why communication is the most important key you need to have with your Make-up artist to discover together if duplicating that look will be the best for you.
Amy Chan explains why the management of expectations plays a very important role in this idea to avoid or create disappointments.
Jennifer Kochenour reminds brides what elements they have to consider before falling in love with a Make-up look they want to recreate from a magazine’s picture.
Taryn Pouncett explains until which point you can actually duplicate in a realistic way, a Make-up work you see in Magazines, Pinterest, Instagram, etc.
Peri Hoopoer shares why each Make-up you see in a Magazine will have its own “real version”, which is very helpful to have in the count for a trial session.
Remember that one thing is getting inspiration from another Make-up look, and a completely different one is to expect to obtain the exact results, knowing that two faces haven’t the same features and this can influence enormously in the result.
Being flexible about the results is the way to find the version that fits with you, because looking for customizable works, even based in popular Make-ups, is the best idea to end up with the perfect look!