(Closed) Hair trial

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 4
8472 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2012

I love the shadow and lashes!  I think you can go lighter on the liner so it doesn’t look too harsh.

And I’m with you on the lip color.  If you stay in the pink family, go a shade lighter.  Watch out for nudes though, I tend to think they make teeth look yellow, at least for me I think they do. 

I love the hair!

Post # 5
328 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

You mentioned that you arent into makeup and dont wear much of it on a regular basis – with that in mind I think you should go for a more ‘natural” look. My philosophy is that brides should look like a better version of themselves on their wedding day and NOT like a totally different person. To be honest, I think the makeup artist used all the wrong colors and used too heavy a hand. I love your natural look in your icon photo – you have a natural beauty that I think the heavy handed makeup distracts from.


Post # 7
242 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

I love the hair and love the eye makeup.  I think the brown and gold tones look great with your hazel eyes.  Plum would possibly look good too.  I have hazel eyes myself and I’m always on the fence about whether plum looks right. 

I agree with you in going with a more toned down lip. I think pink lemonade by MAC is a good color to go with, its a bit less pink.  http://copious.com/listings/mac-pink-lemonade-lip-glass-new-in-box-100-authentic-free-shipping

Post # 8
2082 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

You could try watching some tutorials on YouTube.com or go to Sephora, Mac, or a Lancôme make up counter. At the make up counter they can educate you on what to wear and how to apply it. I would recommend starting with a primer or moisturizer before applying foundation. Some people use both. I just use Neutrogena moisturizer, oil-free, most days. Next you’ll need a foundation with a green base. The green base will neutralize the pink/reddish tones. Last, you’ll need a matte powder to set the foundation. Lancôme makes a great matte dual finish powder. It can be worn alone but I prefer it over my foundation. A good bronzer will enhance you cheeks. You can also apply a small amount on your nose, chin and forehead. For your eyebrows, you can find an eyeshadow powder or eyebrow powder to match your eyebrows. This will enhance your eyebrows and fill in sparse areas. As far as actual eyeshadow goes, I’d recommend plum shades. You want to cover your entire lid up to your brow bone with the lightest color. Next, take the second lightest color and work that color from the center of your lid to the outer edge of your eye, up to the brow bone. Last, take your darkest shade and work this on the outer corner for a more dramatic look. If you have a nice brush you can use it blend the edges together. I would recommend a liner, as well. You could do plum or black. But black will make your eyes pop. Line both lids with the liner. Liquid liner will be more dramatic. Finally, you’ll need a mascara in black. For the lips, I’d go nude or subtle since you are doing dramatic eyes. If you go to a MAC make up counter or make an appointment they will complete a look for you. They’all also show you how they did it and what they used. Good Luck!:-)

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