A wedding is a wonderful occasion, and everything must be flawless, from the cuisine to the décor to the attire and hairstyles. The preparations generally begin early in the morning, and the celebration lasts all night – and the bride’s makeup must remain flawless throughout. A competent makeup artist may be a blessing for the bride in this situation.
Arber Bytygi, a cosmetic artist located in Kosovo, specialized in helping brides look their best on their wedding days. We’ve already covered some of his work, and now he’s back with even more incredible bridal changes.
Arber photographs the brides-to-be before and after to demonstrate how much cosmetics can alter a Person’s appearance.
Despite the fact that Arber has over 300k Instagram followers, some critics claim that his approach makes the brides appear too identical, diminishing the uniqueness of each lady. However, you can’t deny that once the makeup artist does his magic, they all look magnificent.
Arber told Bored Panda that he first became fascinated with cosmetics when he was a youngster. When he was five years old, he liked to play with his mother’s cosmetics and knew he’d one day become a makeup artist.
The heightened natural makeup look was mastered by this bride. The eyes are defined with fluffy artificial lashes, while the lips are defined in a brownish, pinkish nude tone. The design is simple, attractive, and well-executed.
“When I graduated from high school, my family didn’t want me to continue my education in the beauty profession since it’s forbidden in our society for a man to work in this sector,”the makeup artist explained. “So I acquired a master”s degree in economics first, and only then did I pursue my ambition of being a makeup artist”
Makeup on your wedding day doesn’t have to be difficult. Choose one or two characteristics to draw attention to and keep the rest of your outfit understated. This bride’s thick, fluttering lashes and pinkish lip color are relatively straightforward—emphasis on beauty!
Arber;s first inquiry upon meeting a new client is,”What type of occasion are you getting your makeup done for?”He also asks if there are any unique requests, such as a more natural or dramatic look. He then invites the brides to display their bridal outfits for him to see. “The design of the clothing and its intricacy disclose the sort of image the buyer is aiming for,” the makeup artist adds. “After that, I examine their facial features”
During the summer, Arber is in high demand as a makeup artist, performing up to 60 makeups per day. It’s a good idea to make a reservation ahead of time.
There are no sophisticated contouring or eyeshadow methods to be found here. A delicate pink lip allows this bride’s innate beauty to show through, while flushed cheeks give her a bright appearance.
“Making up is like putting on jewels for your face”Experiment with different colors and shapes. Don’t be frightened to change your appearance. “At the end of the day, all you have to do is clean it,”Arber said to aspiring makeup artists. In the gallery below, see more of his incredible bridal makeovers!
The secret to getting the elusive skin-but-better look is barely any foundation. Make sure the product you chose is long-lasting. You’ll be celebrating for hours after you say”I do” so you’ll need a foundation that looks natural and is up to the task.
This is the epitome of natural wedding makeup. From the lightly filled-in brows to the flushed cheeks and glossy pink lips, everything is subtle in the most stunning way. Every bride who loves a natural makeup look wants to look like herself, but even better.
On your wedding day, you may use a winged liner and yet appear natural. The winged liner on this bride elevates her appearance, but the rest of her face is kept bright and basic, so the overall effect isn’t too harsh or heavy.
In this modest, toned-down bridal beauty look, the line between natural and glam is blurred. The glossy nude lip color balances the defined eyes, giving the overall look an effortlessly stylish air.
If you want a more natural look, avoid using black eyeliner and instead use a brown liner. The hue seems more natural, especially on blondes who don’t naturally have dark-colored lashes. The final product is still eye-catching, but it’s a lot softer.