Top Budget Wedding Make-Up Tips from Beauty Bloggers

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A great place to save when planning your wedding budget is on hair and make-up – why hire a professional if you (or a friend) can do it for free? My matron-of-honor did my hair and make-up as a wedding gift and it turned out great! To help you better plan for DIYing this part of your wedding, I've rounded up 15 top budget wedding make-up tips from beauty bloggers (with tutorials!):

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A great place to save when planning your wedding budget is on hair and make-up – why hire a professional if you (or a friend) can do it for free? My matron-of-honor did my hair and make-up as a wedding gift and it turned out great! To help you better plan for DIYing this part of your wedding, I've rounded up top budget wedding make-up tips from beauty bloggers (with tutorials!):

Top Budget Wedding Make-Up Tips from Beauty Bloggers

"Pointed q-tips for everything! Cleaning up eyeliner, smudges, creasing, lip lines, & they can even be used as applicators in a pinch!" – Stephanie Louise Telford of All Things Beautiful XO

"Setting spray to make your makeup last all day. Urban Decay's All Nighter is amazing." – Courtney Nawara of Phyrra.net

"Avoid foundations with SPF as it causes flashback in photos. Always read reviews and test for flashback before wedding day!" – Chelsea from Olive & Ivy

"For a high impact look that's more natural than falsies and a better value, try eyelash extensions! They'll last through the rehearsal dinner, wedding day, and honeymoon, and you won't believe the difference they make in your beauty look! Check out the before and after a from Haute In Texas here" – Aquila from Haute in Texas

"For those dark eye circles that seem to be permanent from all the wedding planning use Pixi Beauty’s Correction Concentrate and then put their concealer over for extra camouflage. Remember to use your middle finger and lightly pat around your under eye. The skin around your eye is very delicate so be gentle!" – Tori from The STORIbook

Any of you planning to do your own wedding day make-up?