Post # 1
- Wedding: June 2014 - EDD 06/12/2016
My future sister in law will be doing my makeup for the wedding.She used an airbrush machine and the close up of my eyes was a second trial she made it darker which is what we are going with. Any suggestions?!
Post # 3
@Kafrine: I think individual lashes will look more natural than the whole line.
Post # 4
It really makes your blue eyes pop!
I agree with a previous poster about your lashes…
Also… Get your sister in law to use a little brow powder/liner on your eyebrows… They need to be filled out a little bit and brought in to the corner of your eye a little bit… They look a little over waxed!
Your makeup is is beautiful though! 🙂
Post # 5
I agree about the eyebrows, they just need a little extra something. I would also suggest a little colour on your cheeks(blush or contour) but thats my opinion:) No matter which way, Im sure you’ll be a beautiful bride:D
Post # 6
Be very careful about too much sparkle on you eyelids. You can have fall out. And it may be far too obvious in photos.
Post # 7
I also would suggest that the bottom liner not extend all the way back to the inner corner of the eye, I think it might open your eyes even more.
Glitter can sometimes photograph as shiny/greasy, so be careful! And like someone else said, fallout.
I’d also suggest a bit more blush and a soft lip color!
I’d suggest filling in your eyebrows a bit as well, eyebrows make a HUGE difference.
It looks good though! I do think the glitter is pretty, it just can have downsides.
Post # 8
I would fill in your eyebrows a bit more and go for less dramatic lashes.
Post # 9
The foundation looks good. I would go for less sparkly eyeshadow, something more matte would photograph better. Fill in the eyebrows a bit, and extend the inner corner – they should line up above the inner corner of your eye. Are you wearing anything on your lips in these pics? It doesn’t look like you are, so I would add a little bit of colour on the lips to warm up your face a bit. Maybe a soft, peachy colour?
Post # 10
I agree with the above comments. I think a non-sparkle eyeshadow in the same color(s) will look much better. If you do want to go with the sparkle eyeshadow, I wouldn’t suggest putting it all the way to your eyebrows. I might also go with a more “screaming” color lipstick 🙂 By the way, your eyes are so, so pretty!
Post # 11
I agree with what PP’s have said. I especially think some blush would be good.
Post # 12
Fill in brows
Use matte shadows. It’s way too shimmery.
Add some color to your lips.
Foundation looks good though and I like the shadow colors just not the finish
Post # 13
The shadow, while nice, is too shimmery for bridal for my tastes (just a personal preference).
Brows definitely need filling and shaping with a brow powder/cream and angle brush.
The faux lashes don’t look “blended” with your natural lashes…I feel like I can see your lashes and THEN the faux. This can be avoided by applying them closer to the natural lash line and blending with mascara. 🙂
I think you could do with more colour on the cheeks…especially considering your cheekbones are drop-dead GORGEOUS.
Is your Future Sister-In-Law a make-up artist?
Post # 14
Deep six the glimmer and canopy eyelashes. Individual would look much better. A little more emphasis on the brows. I think that the bottom eyeliner going into the opening of the eyes makes your eyes look smaller. Try the line about 1/2 way in.