Post # 1
So is anyone wearing foundation on the big day that doesn’t usually wear it? My friend suggested i wear it and i haven’t worn foundation since high school. I don’t have oily skin so a shiny face for pictures isn’t an issue. Any suggestions on good foundation that can hold up to a busy day and tears?
Post # 3
I normally only wear foundation if I’m going out but I love Market America Motives Liquid Powder Mineral Foundation. This is what I will wear on my wedding day. They even have make-up artists through Motives that will come to you and match your shade and do a free make up trial.
Post # 4
i’ve worn actual foundation maybe half a dozen times ever, i hate the way it feels. if i need something, i a little use powder instead, and a few times i have used bare minerals. i’m thinking of using bare minerals for the wedding, as it is light enough to not bother me but gives just enough converage to make you look good in pictures.
Post # 5
I dont normally wear foundation. I did all the time in middle & HS but havent in YEARS! I will on the wedding day and for any other times we have photos done because i think it looks better in photos
Post # 6
I suggest a Tinter Moisturizer. It is the sheerest color coverage. You can get them from Revlon, Cover Girl, and all other companies. If you want to do higher end, MAC is good too.
I use mineral foundation with the kabuki brush. When I use liquid, my face sweats it off in 10 mins.
Post # 7
I don’t normally wear it, so I went to Lancome counter to have them match my skin. The foundation is so light I barely feel it. Actually, all the stuff I bought there is really light and I don’t feel it.
Post # 8
Don’t use mineral foundation! It’s not made for photography. Neither is anything with SPF in it. Something about it makes someone look white in the photos.
Post # 9
I dont wear makeup on a regular basis (although sometimes I do on a whim and I do when I go out or dress up). The foundation my makeup artist used in my trial felt realy light and it photographed really well. I agree with brittanylauren. Regular old foundation photographs far better than mineral stuff.