Pro-wedding tips when using mineral makeup.


2020 will be the year where individuality will be embraced, especially when it comes to makeup and creating the best version of YOU! There are endless details involved in the ever-complicated wedding planning process and many decisions that have to be made for the big day. An easy one to check off the list is using mineral makeup for your bridal look. Memories fade, but pictures last forever! Be photo-ready with high quality makeup products. As a bride the last thing on your mind is the makeup! Your headspace is doing overtime on seating arrangements, florists or even the dress! Mosts brides leave this till last minute but ic ant stress how important the brides makeup can be! Its make or break for photos! Fair skin can be a beautiful feature, but with the wrong make up it can draw a lot of attention-- not the good kind, either. If you don't want to look like a circus clown, follow some of these tips.


When it comes to foundation less is more, but this doesn’t mean naked skin! Let me break it down for you, the thinner the layers the longer the makeup will last. This applies to natural coverage AND full coverage foundations. A great option for this is The NC-INC. mineral foundation. This technique is also used for the contouring, blush and highlight. Mineral lasts so well because the layers are so fine it really gives the illusion of a natural yet flawless complexion. Winning!

With HD cameras, every imperfection on the skin is visible, including acne, hyperpigmentation, fine lines and poorly blended makeup - so a full-coverage foundation/concealer combination that looks natural is essential. Mineral foundation and makeup gives brides that coveted natural coverage. Jessi Lauren owner of Jessi lauren beauty, said “If you want a flawless, pore-free look, don't skip this step. It will give your makeup staying power and diffuse imperfections.” She has recently done bridal makeups and swears by NC-INC saying its “the best shes ever used”.

Here at NC-INC we believe practice makes perfect so we recommend that brides practice their bridal look before the big day, whether the bride is doing her own makeup or hiring a professional artist. This way, the look can be perfected and there is no stress the day of. Jessi told us that “I love knowing ahead of time exactly what we are doing and what products I'm using.”Take a note from 'Clueless' and don't rely on mirrors! Take a few test photos with and without flash to make sure the end result is exactly what you want.