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Sofía Vergara warns brides not to go make-up 'crazy'

Published 28/09/2015

Sofía Vergara
Sofía Vergara

Actress Sofía Vergara thinks it's important to remember that it's impossible to "redo" wedding pictures, so brides need to make sure they're happy with their look.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Modern Family's Sofía Vergara thinks many brides try a make-up look that's "too crazy" on their wedding day.

The actress is currently planning her wedding to Joe Manganiello, after he popped the question last December (14). While she's previously insisted she doesn't like the natural look many people advise women to go for on their big day, she thinks there's a fine line between standing out and going overboard.

"Women sometimes think because it’s the wedding they want to do something special - they don’t want to do the same thing that they do every day. Sometimes they go too crazy and they try things that are just not for them, and then you see the pictures and that’s it," she sighed to Yahoo Beauty.

"They have one opportunity - you can’t go back and redo all the pictures from the night of your wedding. So, I think it’s important for women to figure out a way to commit to it and to be happy afterwards."

Sofía, 43, has already revealed her wedding dress will feature beading and that she plans to rock a bright lipstick for her trip down the aisle. But while she wants to go bold with her lips, she's not obsessing over finding a long-lasting product.

"Well, these CoverGirl Outlast Longwear Lipstick last forever. But anyways, what does it take to refresh or reapply a lipstick? I don’t understand why people make such a big deal like, 'It has to last 16 hours!' Nothing in the world lasts 16 hours like perfect, perfect. So I do reapply every time I eat or if I am going to be camera ready," she shrugged.

Sofía has been the face of CoverGirl since 2011.

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