How To Light Up Your Eyes And Lips
As a bride, if you want to have a classic and neutral look, bold wedding makeup ideas that consists of bright colors and/or deeper hues is the best choice.
When envisioning and putting together your wedding day look, it’s important to consider your makeup and how it will fit with your dress and overall wedding theme. If you’re wearing a tulle ball gown and having a Cinderella theme, a smoked-out eye with bright red lips isn’t going to go with your look very well. On the other hand, a bride that is wearing a slinky dress and wanting to bring some sex appeal to her look probably isn’t going to gravitate toward traditional contoured eyes and a pinky-nude lip.
Even if you’re a traditional bride opting for traditional makeup, a bold, dramatic eye will help bring definition in photos and add a touch of sultriness to your overall look – think a smokey eye or dramatic winged-out eyeliner paired with dramatic fake lashes and neutral lips.
If you’d rather keep your eye look on the simple side, then opt for a bold lip color! Depending on the season of your wedding, you can go for a bright pop of color, such as pink or coral for spring and summer, or a deeper-toned shade, such as a classic red or cranberry color, for fall and winter. One thing to keep in mind is that a stand-out lip color can make the rest of your face appear washed out – be sure to do some subtle contouring and add bronzer to your complexion.
Bold eyes and lips
If you’re a bride that isn’t afraid of makeup and ready to make a statement, go for it and rock both the dramatic eye and bold lip! I recommend consulting with a professional makeup artist, whether you’re having your wedding makeup done professionally or are doing it yourself, if this is the type of look that you’re after. A professional will help guide you in the direction of what eye shadows and colors will pair well with the lip color that you choose.