Wedding is a big day of the life; so many brides pay more attention to bridal wedding dresses. They take wedding dresses as the key, but ignore the makeup, which is terrible. Makeup can cover the shortcomings of face and stand out the advantages.
Choose a mascara that’s waterproof; it lasts longer and withstands
tears. If you really don’t like the look or feel, use one coat of
regular mascara, then follow up with a light coat of waterproof mascara.
If your veil needs to be removed after the ceremony, make sure your
hairdresser shows your mom or maid of honor how to do it without mussing
On the Line
Charcoal, navy, or mahogany is your best options for eyeliner. Black or
brown may look too severe, especially if your wedding will be held
during the daytime and/or outdoors.
Use a white shadow as a highlighter on your brow bone if you have light
skin; a warmer light peach or vanilla shade will suit deeper
Give Them Shape
Do contour your eyes, but avoid using color that’s too dense (it can detract from your eyes themselves).
Shade Your Brows
Define your brows with a pencil or shadow that matches your hair color.
Get the Red Out
Pop an eye drop if your eyes look red or tired, but stick with a brand
you’ve used before to avoid unwelcome surprises (irritation or worse!).
Don’t forget your blush! A pop of color on your cheeks is like an
instant facelift. For fairer skin, a pink tone will work; those with
deeper skin tones can choose a rosier hue.
If you want to get married and are busying in buying wedding dresses 2012, don’t forget to prepare for makeup.