Bridal eye-makeup look: While a lot of people simply put a coat of nude eye shadow and move on with the rest of their makeup, the possibilities of the looks you can create with combinations of pigments and brushes are endless.
From neutral browns and beiges to metallic gold and bronze, and from warmer wine tones to anything bright (pink, blue, green), every conceivable color is on trend right now.
Eye shadow tips—
on everything from selecting the right color and texture to priming and blending—so that you can ace your eye makeup like a pro this festive season. Take notes to ensure that you won’t have to be stuck with panda eyes, muddy shades or glitter fallout anymore.
Pick a color that brings out the beauty of your outfit—a complementary shade works much better than a matching look. Select a shade that is in sync with the blush and the lip color.
For creamy to liquid, or creams that set into powder, here’s a simple tip to know which will work the best for you. If you are in a dry, cold climate, you should be wearing more of cream eye shadows. They set better and look great on the skin as they give a healthy, dewy look. Go for long-lasting powder to effortlessly stay glam in hot and humid weather.
Glitter eyes are trending right now, but the glittering eye shadow is a tricky texture to work with. Apply an eye shadow base before applying the eye shadow so that the glitter sets better. Also, glitter flecks that are meant for the eyes, if they fall on the cheeks, can spoil the entire look
Blending can make or break your eye makeup. It is especially critical when you are using two to three colors. Besides choosing the ones that complement each other, invest in the right tools. Remember, you need flat brushes to apply the eye shadow and long, fluffy ones to blend the colors in.
Pay attention to the placement of textures. For the areas you want to define, use the matte colors, and use frosty colors on the areas you want to highlight. A general rule is to use more of matte and satin eye shadows in the crease and out corners, whereas on the lid, go for frosty or shiny eye shadows.
Bridal Eye makeup tips for Indian Brides :-
Don’t make the mistake of using eyeliner to define your eyes without applying the eye shadow. The bare eyelid after an entire face of makeup looks like a different color and that makes it look out of place
Do your smoky eyes before the foundation, so that if there is any kind of fallout, you can clean it up from under the eyes and then apply your foundation.
One of the greatest tips I give people is to use a good primer. Not only does it help you to blend the eye shadow better, but it also helps the eye shadow to last longer.
Bridal eye-makeup look :-
When it comes to glitter, do not apply it all over the lids. Just a bit on the corners for a little-highlighted effect, or in the middle of the eyelid for opening the eye, does the trick.