Look Beautiful on your honeymoon

March 27th, 2006

Your Hair

You need to keep your hair in style and you need to keep it protected from sun, wind and other damaging elements. The sun bathing you may do on the beach (If you’re honeymooning on the beach) strips your hair of its natural oils, resulting in straw hair.

Solution : Use a straw hat or a scarf. Do remember to condition your hair thoroughly with intensive conditioner after every wash. Rinse your hair after every swim, even in a pool. Chlorine can wreak havoc with hair condition.

1. Style – Use clips and interesting hair accessories to hold your hair off your face. Shoulder length hair looks great left seductively loose around your face.
2. Must do – Get a great hair cut before your wedding so that your hair is in its best shape ever.
3. Secret tools – Do carry a hair drying system with you to add instant volume and glamour curls in a jiffy.

Your Make-up

You have to carry the radiant, blushing bride look through your honeymoon. Do ensure that you have a natural blush at hand to keep you glowing naturally. Don’t slap on the colour though, just use a slight hint to create a slight flush. Blend colour well. Carry along a big fluffy brush to help you blend blush on the apples of your cheeks.

Creating cheekbones is passe, instead use colour on cheeks. Use a sheer wash of eyecolour to accentuate the shape of your eyes. Do keep along a jojoba lip balm to keep your lips moisturised and unflaky. Use a lipliner to define the shape of your lips, plump out thin lips or narrow down overfull lips. Fill in lip colour with a lip brush — use a light shade if your complexion is fair and your lips are narrow. For fuller lips you can go darker.

Powder your lips after the first coat, and reapply lipstick for longer staying power. Or get one of the longstaying lipsticks available in the market –Revlon, Maybelline, Avon, Lakme, Orchids and L’Oreal all have slimsticks with longstaying benefits.

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