Whether you're a bridesmaid or a bride, these looks are gorgeous and wedding day friendly.
You don't want to take any shine away from the bride, so you may stray away from a bold lip and eye combo, but depending on your outfit and the time of the wedding, this look could be a winning combination; though it's best suited for evening weddings. Opt for a charcoal smoky eye instead of black to keep the look fresh.
If you're going for the blushing bride look, a pink-nude shadow is a perfect base. Add a creamy shadow to your brow bone and down into the inner corners of your eyes. Line your eyes with your favorite khol and add your favorite lashes. We love this soft look on model, Jourdan Dunn.
We love this look on @mua_fifi because it's universal and totally appropriate for every beauty gal at the wedding—from the bride to that cousin you only see at family reunions. Start by pressing a nude shadow into the base of your lid, and follow it by pressing a darker hue into your inner and outer corners and blending up into your crease. Complete the eye look by adding a shimmer shadow to the center of your lids and lining your eyes with a kohl.
If you want your makeup to have a subtle pop of color, then a simple wash of a rosy hue on your lids is a perfect place to start. Pair it with flushed cheeks, soft pink lips and a set of lengthy falsies to complete the look.
Glowing skin is always a good idea. Play up your features and highlight the high plains of your face— focus on your cheekbones, nose and Cupid's bow; and add a subtly contour to the hollows of your cheeks for added dimension.
A smoky eye will always be a timeless beauty staple. This gorgeous look on @MUA_FiFi was made for walking for the aisle; and the bold eye with subtle hints of shimmer make this the perfect Black Tie wedding look.