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Bold brows, first made big by the likes of Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor and Brooke Shields, are making a comeback thanks to supermodel Cara Delevingne.
To really make your eyes pop, gently fill in the brows to get the shape you want and lightly apply a powder over it. It’s the perfect way to enhance your eyes while adding depth and dimension to your bridal look.
Lip gloss gets a bad rep, but if done right, it can give your lips a beautiful luminous look. Plus, it perfectly pairs with natural-looking makeup.
Prep lips with a sugar scrub to remove any dead skin, then apply your favorite lipstick or lip stain, followed by a thin layer of lip gloss in a similar shade to add another layer of dimension. Skip glosses with sparkle or metallic sheen to avoid a more juvenile look.
Brown Eye Makeup
In keeping with the natural theme, consider matte brown for your eye shadow and liner. The combo enhances the eyes without looking too in-your-face.
tay away from brown mascara. Trust us: It will never compare with the boost your lashes get from a solid black.
A common wedding makeup request is to give skin a dewy look, and this season is no different. To achieve the glowy, not shiny, face, makeup artists use a pearly highlighter stick.
You’ll get the most shimmer by using a hint of highlighting makeup on the cheek bones, the corner of the inner eye and just below your brows.
For your lips, bring out your natural color with soft pinks and corals that work well with your skin tone.
Try a colorful balm for a sheer lip that won’t have a super-goopy texture.