Bridal Eye Makeup
The mirrors of our soul-someone very wise once said-eyes reveal what the rest of our face, however animated, cannot, for they carry within them, the summation of emotions past, present and the hope of the times to come, in their unbelievable and unfathomable depths. When it comes to our face and makeup, neglecting to highlight the most important feature on our face would take away from your individual beauty, and your distinct charm and personality.
While you could have been drinking gallons of water and sleeping the adequate number of hours to give your peepers their brightness, yet every bride needs to add that subtle hint of makeup to make the effect of her eyes dramatic. Not exactly shouting for attention though as it’s in the subtlety that will make maximum impact. It’s got to therefore be your most gorgeous feature without taking away the coy shyness and the absolute fresh beauty of your face.
Here are seven most amazing eye makeup ideas to set your look on your big wedding day.
The Soft Doe Eyed Look
Goes perfectly with a gothic knot with golden tresses; all you need to do is highlight your upper lid with an eyeliner that is a little deep and do the lower line a little thin. Add silver or pale pink shimmer to your eyelids and go nude on the lips to highlight the perfect beauty of the shape of your doe shaped eyes. This is a perfect look for younger bride who are as such aglow and simply need a hint of outline to draw attention to their eyes.
The Sexy Smoky Eyed Look
Well surely a contrast to the one prior, the smoky eyed look goes well with hair that is left loose and for those with large eyes with well defined lids. Loads of blue gray color on the lids and heavy dose of mascara will ensure the full impact of the dark shadow and the sultry siren look, despite your demure bridal outfit- a perfect look for those on a high dose of drama.
The Goddess Look
Surely every bride aspires to have this aura of a Goddess on her wedding day and to ensure that your eyes set off that effect all you need to do is load up on gold and black on the upper lids in particular. Sparsely defined lower lids will ensure that your eyes have the comfort of definition, yet have the hint of limitless depth and beauty.
Exotic Tropical Look
So you thought color had to be sacrificed for the wedding day since you are planning to wear white-not at all my dears, for just a hint of emerald green on your lids or a combination of coral and green will add that dash of exotica to the simplest of looks.
You guessed it– these are the shimmers that set your eyes in the most luminescent glow that go so beautifully with the ethereal whites of gowns. Innocent and pristine in its look the pearl glow on the eyes with a hint of white liner to the lower eye area will darken the natural shape of the eye without making any dramatic overtures with any color.
The Eastern Look
Well you guessed it my lovelies, the eastern eyes are dark, heavily lined and colored with a blend of gold and dark browns to make the eyes look definitely larger and deeper. The fish tailing at the corners will also help acquire the look of eastern exotica and the gold lids will do the rest.
The Retro Look
Sixties unleashed to the world the real use of liners-deep, broad and overused on the upper lid and negligible in the lower, the sixties look requires little in terms of eye shadow but for the hint of pearl glitter. Make sure to have nude lips to accent the eyes in a more pronounced way. Looks gorgeous with period dresses and slightly more conservative design of gowns, teamed with almost any style of hair, but goes best with bouffant -what else?
While picking out the style that suits you most pay attention to shape and size of eyes and the shape of your face.Remember eye makeup can enhance if blended in well with the complete look. And dears-don’t forget to use a waterproof mascara-and liner-as most weddings however happy and joyous can be a challenge when tears come calling!