Soft Bridal Makeup

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Start off with bare lids. Apply a primer on the lids andaround the eyes.

Im using only three colors for this look. A brown shade, a beige shade and a golden shade.

Step 1: Colours....

The beige shade will be our base color. Load the brush withbeige shade eye shadow powder and apply it to the whole eye lid.

Apply the brown shade to the outer corner of the eye and into the crease and blend it out using a blending brush.

Apply this golden color to the brow bone to highlight and use some on the tear duct area.

Step 2: Liner....

Line your water line with a black pencil eye liner.

Line your upper lash line with liquid eyeliner or gel eyeliner.

Time for the falsies, apply lash glue to the lash n let it dry a bit and place it right above your true lash line. Hold it in place for 10-15 seconds. Using your liquid or gel eyeliner go over the band of the falsie.

Apply mascara on upper n bottom lashes. Define your brows.

Step 3: Done..

I would always recommend doing the eye makeup before the foundation so that fall outs don’t spoil the foundation.

Apply foundation, do the contouring, apply blush and lipstick. Since eye makeup is neutral you can use bright colored lipstick, I have a few ideas in the pic.


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    4 years ago on Introduction

    So pretty - I love your eye brows too! I too like all the lipstick colors - I don't wear much or any very often...I like the soft pink one in the middle but they are all pretty!

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