Post # 17
What does your Fiance think? It’s about what makes you two happy.. he may like the “glam” look.. I however would recommend to tone it down just a bit. You still want to look like the “you” he fell in love with.
Post # 18
I wear my eye makeup almost exactly like that everyday so I personally love it for a wedding. I went even more dramatic than that for my wedding since that’s my usual…
Post # 19
It really depends. For a daytime wedding this is definitely too much makeup. For an evening wedding, I think it would look fine. I would change it to using a shimmery peach eyeliner on your waterline, and then black eyeline smuged along your top and bottom lash line. This will make your eyes look open, and take away a little of the severity of the eyeliner look.
Post # 20
Mine was really similar to this. I think it depends on your hair/skin color. I always do my make up like that.
Post # 21
I keep trying to post pictures but it won’t resize them properly.
Post # 22
i’m just not a fan of the cut crease in eyeshadow. it reminds me of drag queens.
Post # 23
It looks a little too Jersey Shore-ish to me. I really dislike the no color on the cheeks and lips and I feel like that would probably look really terrible in wedding photos.
Post # 24
The super nude lip, monotone face, and heavy bottom eye-liner is too harsh a look for a wedding IMO, I also think its too harsh a look and too unbalanced to be flattering on anyone. Your lips shouldn’t be indistinguishable from your skin.
Post # 25
Too much eyeliner for my taste. I’m more into natural looks though. If you wear more make-up on a daily basis, it would probably be alright.
Post # 26
Maybe try that look for your bachlorette party if you’re having one?
Post # 27
@MissFireFlower: Have you tried it out, OP?
Post # 28
Sorry but it looks a little too drag queen-ish for me, and I think that lip color would be very unflattering in photographs.
Post # 29
If you want something with thick/dark liner, consider something like this:
Post # 30
way too much eyeliner. I’m going to echo the other ladies and say this is more of a “going out with the girls for a night on the town” look than a wedding look. Also, the lipstick needs to have more color to it, it just will drown you out in photos.
Post # 31
Agree with PP. Not elegant enough to a wedding, though it could work for a bachelorette party.
I would stick with a softer look for the wedding, in more bronze/brown colors. You want to look like a better version of yourself, so just shoot to use makeup to enhance your natural features.