By Betty Amogin
Every bride automatically looks like a radiant princess on her big day, but there is no harm in taking Extra good care of your skin a few weeks before your wedding day.
Choosing Eye Shadow colours
Choosing eye shadow colours can be tricky because there are so many colours available. Pick hues based on your skin tone: Skin with yellow undertones calls for warm shades, cool hues go well with pink undertones, For your wedding, try shadows with a bit of shimmer. Like the eye shadow, your lipstick and blush colours should work well with your skin tone for a beautiful, harmonious bridal look.
Pinks and purples.
For brides who want a more vibrant colour choice, shadows in shades of purple and pink are beautiful options. These shades will particularly highlight brown eyes, while making the whites of the eye appear even clearer.
Grey, White, Black
Shades of grey appear sheer on the eye and complement light skin tones. They achieve an understated and elegant effect. Use of grey shadow on the lid, and to dot the centre of the lid, and a black shadow to line the eyes.
Pewters, Gold, Bronzes
Deep, metallic hues like these are a good choose for ladies with dark skin. For yellow undertones in skin, opt for golden hues on the lid; for red undertones, consider bronze shadows. On every dark skin, which may have a bluish cat try pewters. Use black or dark brown as a liner.
Blues are more playful than classic grays or neutrals, but when applied lightly, these hues are also quite appropriate for a wedding . If your skin is pale, you’ll want to choose icy shades; richer shades if your skin is dark.