Doing your own wedding makeup can save you big money, but there's one mistake brides make that can ruin your Big Day photos.
According to makeup artist Kari Bauce, who stopped by HuffPost Live Monday, wearing a foundation, concealer, powder or moisturizer that contains SPF makes brides' faces look much lighter than their bodies when photographed with flash.
"If your event will be indoors at night with flash photography, you want to choose your products that are SPF free," Bauce said. "I know that that is everything against what we always tell people to do, but if your event is going to be flash-heavy, you need to choose no-SPF."
Watch the clip above for more of Bauce's makeup tips, and click here to see the full segment on HuffPost Live.
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