When it comes to wedding makeup, EYELINER is the first thing that I recommend.
Eyeliner helps to frame your eyes and make them look big and bright in photos.
No Matter what kind of eyeliner you choose – powder, pencil, gel, or liquid – it will enhance the beauty of your eyes.
You can use two different shades of blush: a soft natural color and a slightly brighter shade in the same color family.
Two hues give the cheeks a pop of color and also helps blush last longer.
You can go with Matte blush or even have a touch of shimmer on the cheeks, which makes the color look like it’s radiating from within.
Although shimmer makeup can give you that healthy glow, it must be balanced
because too much will make you look like a glitter ball.
For example, if you are doing a shimmery eye, then do Matte lips.
This balance is especially important for a bride because it prevents her face from looking really sparkly in pictures.
While it may not rain on your Wedding Day, there will be one water-related obstacle you’ll have to deal with: tears and plenty of them.
Matte Makeup artistry’s advice is to avoid a wedding makeup meltdown by choosing products that are long-wearing and water-resistant.