Weddings hold a special place in the hearts of all little girls. You’ve all looked forward to the day since you were a kid. You’ve daydreamed about every small detail, from selecting a gown that makes you appear like a dream to deciding on the type of décor that will make you appear as if you’re having a fairy tale wedding ceremony.

However, the wedding ceremony and make-up have a special bond. The wedding ceremony makeup bureaucracy is an important part of everyone’s wedding ceremony preparations. A well-planned wedding ceremony includes everything from multiple make-up looks to selecting a make-up artist and countless make-up trials. However, as a bride-to-be or a newlywed bride, having your own personal bridal make-up package is equally important. It’s available when you want to dress for those lunch gatherings, dinners, and so on, because you’re unlikely to have a MUA at your disposal for each and every circle of relatives gathering.

There will be a lot of dancing (read: sweaty moments), eating (read: smudged or dwindled lipstick), and crying at your wedding ceremony (that means runny mascara). As a result, you may want make-up that allows you to survive those and other storms, but you may also want to be completely prepared for make-up meltdowns. This is why having an emergency bridal make-up package with all of your essential make-up products, essential equipment, and a few other items to assist you cover any make-up faux pas is critical.

Read on to discover all of the items that your bridal make-up kit might require, then place them in a discreet pouch and hand it over to a trusted friend for safekeeping…



Without the genuine primer, no make-up kit is complete, let alone something as important as a bridal make-up kit. Bridal make-up aspires to be flawless and long-lasting, to say the least. If you want your make-up to stay in place all through the wedding celebrations, a primer is a must-have in your bridal beauty kit. These babies are also on the prowl for a slew of skin-care issues. If your skin is particularly dry, there is a primer for you. Is there a smidgeon of discoloration? There’s a category for that as well. The Lakmé Absolute Blur Perfect Makeup Primer is one of our favorites. Its silky texture feels wonderful on the pores and skin, giving it a fresh appearance.



You want to look your best on your wedding day, and what better way to do that than by using a foundation. However, it is critical to use a foundation that is appropriate for your skin type. Also, because you’ll be photographed a lot, you’ll want to make certain that your foundation doesn’t look cakey or ghostly on your skin. Use a matte finish foundation in a texture you like, as it’s far more durable and allows for less shine. For a long-lasting base, use the Lakmé Absolute Mattreal Skin Natural Mousse in the colour that matches your pores and skin tone.



Concealer is the multitasking BFF that your bridal make-up kit so desperately needs. A concealer can be used for a lot more than just concealing. It can be used to brighten up target areas, conceal a pimple or dark spot, or even out your complexion. However, make certain that on D-day, you choose a heavy-duty concealer with the intention of remaining positioned no matter what. You can try the Lakmé Absolute White Intense Liquid Concealer, which not only flawlessly conceals and brightens the face, but is also infused with SPF 25 to provide sun protection.



Your make-up must appear flawless and ideal to HD cameras and wedding ceremony photographers for your photographs. As a result, a putting powder will become an indispensable component of your bridal make-up kit. It’s a great idea to use a small amount of pressed powder for minor touch-ups to effectively hide flaws and combat shine. Setting powders have an ultra-fine texture that does not appear cakey, and they also make your skin look oh-so-radiant. The Lakmé 9to5 Primer + Matte Powder Foundation Compact spreads easily and calmly over make-up and provides the perfect matte coverage for your pores and skin.


  1. BLUSH

It’s a lovely sight to see a blushing bride. However, if the wedding preparations and festivities are threatening to steal your glow, add a few blush to your bridal make-up package. Using a small amount of blush in a rose, peach, or smooth purple shade can give your face life and make you look clean and lovely. If your skin is oily, use a powder blush; if your skin is dry or aggregate, use a cream blush. We recommend the Lakmé Face Sheer Blusher, which comes in a variety of lovely sun shades to suit a variety of pores and skin tones.



Mascaras are probably the most useful items for making your eyes appear larger and brighter, as well as making you appear more awake. Whether you want a little bit of volume or a lot of it, mascara is a must-have in your bridal make-up kit. You don’t want to look like a panda with mascara streaks running down your face, so choosing a water-resistant system is a good idea. Lakmé Absolute Flutter Secrets Dramatic Eyes is our recommendation. Mascara with dark black pigment, water resistance, and the right amount of volume and length for your lashes.



You’re all aware that lipstick is the finishing touch that brings your entire look together flawlessly, and any emergency bridal make-up kit would be incomplete without it. A high-quality, long-lasting matte lipstick is a must-have in your makeup bag. However, if you’re unsure about which lip shade to select for the package, we recommend picking one that’s the most similar to the shade your make-up artist is planning to use for that specific event. The Lakmé Absolute Matte Melt Liquid Lip Colour could be an excellent addition to your makeup collection.



Last but not least, blotting papers are an essential component of any bridal make-up kit. If you have an oily or combination skin type, or if you got married during the summer, keep blotting papers on hand at all times. These are a must-have for removing excess shine from your face and preventing sweat and oiliness from ruining your make-up. Blotting papers are also an excellent way to refresh your make-up without having to reapply it. Use them on your nose, forehead, chin, and any other areas that need a little extra help.



What good is a bridal make-up package if it doesn’t include some bling? To be honest, if you don’t have a highlighter with you, you’re missing out on a lot. A highlighter is available in a variety of textures, including liquid, cream, and powder, and you can choose one that best suits your skin tone by selecting the colour that is closest to it. A highlighter, when used in conjunction with a good bronzer, is an excellent tool for strobing and highlighting the prominent features of your face, giving it a more illuminated appearance. Use it on your nose bridge, Cupid’s bow, brow highs, and cheekbones, and you’re done.


This is a product that is very popular, and for good reason! A make-up setting spray is an excellent way to ensure that your make-up not only adheres to your face and blends in well with no harsh lines or unblended areas, but also that it lasts longer than usual. You’re going to be a bride, so you’ll definitely want a sprig that not only performs the aforementioned functions, but also soothes your skin. The Lakme Absolute Pore Fix Toner is a fantastic solution. This spray toner can easily be used as a putting spray as well.



How can we talk about strobing when we’re no longer bronzing? After all, each is necessary for the sculpted look that every bride dreams of on her special day. While strobing and highlighting with the right product takes care of your facial flaws, contouring examines the depths and provides a narrowing effect where needed. It’s a foolproof method for giving your make-up a more subtle rather than flat appearance. There are numerous desirable bronzers on the market, and you can select one in a cream, mousse, or powder texture, as well as the coloration that you require. However, you’ll need a realistic packaging as proper for the bridal make-up package.



Honestly, babe, you need something to keep your lips nourished all the time. Even if you’re all dolled up in your bridal make-up, a lip balm is something you might want to use to keep the dryness at bay, especially if you’re getting married in the winter. We might recommend a coloured one with a moisture boost. It will not only moisturize chapped lips, but it will also compensate for the shade of lipstick that has faded over time, whether as a result of snacks or otherwise. It’s even better if it has SPF. We recommend that you look into the Lakme Lip Love Chopstick with SPF 15, which comes in a variety of fruity sun shades.



Extremely important. While you can have excellent armor in the form of eye-fixed make-up that can withstand the ‘Bidaai‘ waterfalls, keep your favourite kajal on hand. Your kajal, like your lip colour, may fade away at some point during the ceremony. You can keep in touch with it with your phone. It’s a good idea to keep it in your bridal make-up kit. We recommend the cult favourite Lakme Eyeconic Kajal, which now has even deeper pigments. If you want a velvety black finish with the goodness of ingredients like aloe vera, you can use the Lakme 9 to 5 Naturale Gel Kajal, which is rich in herbal pigments.


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