Sangeet? Mehendi? Roka? Don’t worry, with this easy makeup tutorial, getting ready will no longer be a strain! So many functions and you want to have a different look for all of them. The only question is how? Team POPxo is at your rescue! Be it the bridal wedding makeup or the wedding guest makeup, we will help you sail through with this easy makeup tutorial. So grab your favourite eyeshadow, mascara, lipstick and all the things you love and let’s roll!
To get the perfect look for any wedding function, this easy makeup tutorial is your ultimate go-to option. While last time we did a subtle and simple look for amazing wedding makeup, this tutorial talks about how to get to a glamorous yet classy wedding makeup for any function. Plus you can even try giving all your wedding guest some makeup tips!
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Step 1: Moisturize
Prep up your face with a moisturizer. It’ll avoid your skin from drying out and will also act as a base to your makeup.
Step 2: Scotch Tape Hack
Decking up for weddings usually involves heavy eye makeup. Use a scotch tape around the edges of your eye to get a cleaner look.
Step 3: Eye Makeup
Use a BB cream as a base for your eyeshadow for the perfect wedding makeup look. Apply brown eye shadow on the crease of the eyelids and then all over your eyelids. Blend the eyeshadow so that there are no harsh lines. Here is an easy makeup tip – Starting from the corner of your eye to midpoint on the eyelid, apply a bronze eyeshadow or you may also use any other color you like. Use kajal on your lower as well as upper lash line and smudge it with your ring finger to get a smokey effect.
Step 4: Create A Base For Your Face
Remove the scotch tape and dust off the eyeshadow on your face using a brush or a wet wipe before you start with your wedding makeup. Use a CC cream to get an even skin tone and blend it properly using a damp sponge. For an easy makeup look, Conceal your under eye with a concealer and mattify your base with a compact.
Step 5: Final Touch-ups
Fill the empty areas of your eyebrows using a brown eyeshadow or a kajal when you start your wedding makeup for the eyes. Use the same brown eyeshadow to contour your face. Apply a pink or a coral blush on your cheekbones to get a natural and fresh look. Use a mascara to give a volume to your eyelashes and complete your look by applying a lipstick of your choice.