Weddings are all about looking your best but when you are stressed out wondering what makeup to use or how to even practice your overall appearance, it would help to practice for a bit. The good news is that there are several tutorials that you can use to test your makeup before your big day. It’s easy to go all out when it comes to your makeup but keep in mind that too much going on in your face is not going to be impressive on your wedding day. Here are some easy bridal makeup tutorials that you can start with if you want to look your best on your big day.
Sultry shadowed cateye
Just because you want to minimize the amount of makeup you are going to wear on your wedding day, it doesn’t mean that you can’t make your eyes speak volumes. A sultry eye shadow using rose gold palette is definitely going to make your eyes pop. Start with the base near the base of your lashes then use the highlighter on the inner corner of the eyes. The darker shadow will go to the outer corner of your eyes then blend everything together. Apply the cateye afterwards using black eye liner and you are done.
Another look to achieve on your wedding day is to let your natural glow shine through. This will require a good base such as primer and foundation so that your skin will be ready for your makeup. To keep your brows in place, use an angled brush to apply the wax and powder from your eyebrow kit. Use a primer for your eyelids before applying eyeshadow that is close to your natural skin tone. You can add false lashes to your eyes if you want to make them look more dramatic. A rosy blush is in order but make sure that you don’t go heavy with your blush on. Rather swipe a small amount of blush on the apples of your cheeks then blend and spread gently. For your lips, use a lip liner before filling in your lips with a neutral shade then lip gloss.
Preparing for a midsummer wedding? This midsummer bronze look is definitely a keeper especially when you can give your eyes the subtle sheen that will really capture your beauty. Apply a matte pink base shadow on your eyes followed by rose gold below the brow line all the way to the outer corner of your eyes. Use copper eye shadow to darken the outer corners of your eyes then swipe some gold shimmer over your eyelids, concentrating more on the outer corners. The highlighter should be applied on the inner corners instead. Apply eyeliner on your lashline then finish your look with mascara.
Pink eye makeup
Do you want to exude a more feminine charm on your wedding day? A bit of pink will be a lovely option to consider. Apply your light pink eye shadow on the base of your eyelids. Apply a darker shade of pink on the corners of your eyes then apply your choice of color on the crease of your eyelids. Swipe some highlighter below your brow line then blend with your eye shadow. Apply black gel eyeliner on the top of your lashline using a small brush. You can add false eyelashes too if you want to make your eyelashes thicker.
These are just a few examples of bridal makeup ideas and steps to follow if you are looking for the best makeup to use on your wedding day. It’s not really that bad to practice with your makeup prior to your wedding day so that you will know which palette to use that will suit you perfectly.