Romantic beauty inspirations for brides and bridesmaids
What are some of the best wedding makeups? Three modern and classic beauty looks perfect for a wedding, whether you are the bride or the bridesmaid.
Weddings can be a bit stressful, especially for the bride-to-be. Other than being a milestone in life, there are few other times when all eyes (and all cameras) will be on you, which is probably why there is so much pressure to find the right look. Ideally, you want a fresh, modern beauty look that same day, but also timeless for 20, 30, or 50 years later. That’s why we present here three spring makeup looks for brides and their wedding party right in this trend.
Wedding makeup – Look No. 01 – The bride
This wedding makeup with classic lines and modern colors aims to marry the timeless and the contemporary.
Step 1 Create a smooth base for your wedding makeup with a moisturizing and mattifying makeup base like Prep & Matte by Lancome.
2nd step Since you want your wedding makeup to last throughout the ceremony and reception, go for a high coverage foundation like Teint Idole Ultra Wear Liquid Foundation. We recommend that you apply it with a foundation brush and blend it well into your skin, especially along your jawline.
Step 3Apply a touch of Subtle Rose Sable Blush along your cheekbones rather than the top of your cheeks to give your complexion definition and a romantic look.
Step 4Apply Ombre Hypnose Stylo Amethyste eye shadow along your upper eyelid, protruding slightly to create a subtle cat’s eye. Then, using a precise black liquid eyeliner, draw another line just along your upper lashes. For the mascara, we advise you to choose a waterproof formula, which will be useful when it comes to toast, trust us.
step 5First, outline your lips with Le Lip Liner Tangerine, then apply L’Absolu Rouge Drama Matte Pink Fatale lipstick, and then gently pat your lips with your fingertips for a romantic fade effect.
Step 6Finish off your look with a little Fix It Forgets spray setting spray to help your makeup stay on overnight.
Wedding makeup – Look No. 02 – The witness of the bride
This dreamy makeup combines a glowing, healthy complexion with romantic lilac-colored eyes.
Step 1Take a generous dose of liquid foundation from the back of your hand and add a drop of Teint Idole Custom Highlight Drops to it. Then mix the textures and apply with your fingers, a sponge, or a makeup brush.
2nd step Apply a touch of Blush Subtil I Pink Intensely just under the top of your cheeks and along your cheekbones.
step 3Apply the Shadow Hypnose Stylo Eternal Violet to your upper eyelid and blend the material well on the skin up and out until you are just under the browbone. Use the same eye shadow along the lower lash line, then switch to Unforgettable Gold shade and apply it in the inner corners of your eyes to add light to your look. Finish with a few coats of Hypnose mascara (again, we recommend the waterproof version).
step 4For lips, choose L’Absolu Rouge Sheer Night & Day lipstick if you have a very fair complexion – otherwise, we recommend going for a warmer shade like L’Absolu Rouge Cream Sienna Ultime.
Wedding Makeup – Look No. 03 – The Bridesmaid
Start by mixing a drop of Custom Highlight Drops Rose Glow with a breathable as with Wedding Makeup Look # 2. lighter foundation like Teint Idole Ultra Wear Nude Liquid Foundation, and apply it with your fingertips.
Step 1The secret to a perfect makeup look for bridesmaids is that it is both bright and understated, letting the bride shine while making sure the bridesmaids look gorgeous.
2nd step Apply a touch of Subtle Rose Sable Blush to the top of your cheeks.
step 3For the eyes, choose the Lancome Hypnose Brun Adore eye shadow palette and apply the lightest shade all over the eyelid, then the second lighter shade in the crease of the eyelid. Then apply a line of Ombre Hypnose Stylo Rose Gold along your upper eyelid, then add a few base coats of Cil Booster XL mascara, then Monsieur Big mascara, for extra lash volume.
step 4Finish your makeup look with a little L’Absolu Lacquer Rose Story lipstick on the lips. Romantic isn’t it?