Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Choosing Wedding Makeup

After settling on a guest list and finding a reception venue, choosing wedding makeup is one of the most important tasks for a bride. There are so many ways you can look at the one event that you must look perfect at. The key is to book a makeup artist you trust that can create a variety of different looks well or do many experiments yourself.
You can choose to have a look using colors from the wedding color scheme, those that naturally enhance your features or match your wedding gown, hairstyle and jewellery or season.
A good idea is to use colors that play up your skin and eyes and also do not clash with the chosen bridal color scheme. If you look best in warm tones, use those. If you are radiant in cooler shades, play with looks using these colors.

For a Warm Look

This look is especially splendid if you having a wedding in the warmer months of the year or in autumn.

  • Apply gold under the brow and blend well down into the inner corner of the eye to brighten the eyes. Avoid gold tones that are too shimmery or glittery for this day.

  • On the mobile lid apply a generous amount of a golden bronze. Blend this well into the gold.

  • On the outer corner of the eye use a matte dark brown shade and blend into the crease.

  • With a smudge brush run the same brown shadow along the lower lash line, being careful to stop just where the lashes are naturally apparent.

  • Use black brown eyeliner to line the upper lash line and blend slightly upwards into the shadows above. You don’t want this line to be too obvious, just to increase the definition of the eyes.

  • Use mascara on top and bottom lashes to frame the eyes.

  • For the cheeks use some golden blush lightly (no shimmer or glitter here) for radiance.

  • Use a light brown lip color with a copper sheen to finish off the look.

  • source: makeup-artist-world

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