Natural BRIDAL Looks

Again Me and Bridal looks :)

I think that there is not a wide range of looks to choose from, so 
every time i find some new look i want to share it.

This time really simple and more natural looks.

A Beachy Glow 

Whether your wedding is actually on a beach or you want to look like you just spent a week laying on one, try this look for radiant, glowing skin.

To start, mix your moisturizer with a primer so your makeup will stick. For darker skin tones, try a purple shadow to make your eyes stand out (this will also complement any bridesmaid dresses in the pink color family). Focus darker colors on the outside of the eyes and lighter shades towards the inner corners. Top off lids with a dusting of bronzer on the T-zone and pair your favorite lip shade with a light gloss to really shine.

Go for a Subtle Shimmer 
Shimmer can be a great accent to your makeup look, but use too much and you'll look like you're hitting the slots in Atlantic City instead of walking down the aisle.

For fair skin, go for a champagne eye shadow on the entire lid. Then, to make your eyes pop, trace a deep brown sparkly eye shadow along your lash line. Keep lips soft with a peachy cream lipstick.

Dewy skin

To get dewy skin, use a multi-purpose product such as a highlighter under your brows and above your cheekbones to add a little shine. Use a light pink eye shadow with flecks of shimmer for the lids, and apply it to the inner corners sweeping outwards. Top the look off with your favorite lip color and a few swipes of mascara.

Natural Bride 

Everyone knows the most beautiful brides are the ones that don't have pounds of makeup caked on their face. To get a natural glow, use a small self-tanning towelette on your face a few days before the big day. Apply white eyeliner for the inner corner of your eyes to give them a perky, wide awake look and swipe a blush and bronzer duo all over your face. Just a touch of light brown eyeshadows in your crease and for lashes use brown mascara.



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