Wedding Makeup Ideas – Smokey Eye and Red Lips Tutorial with Photos
Wedding makeup should not always be subtle. The smokey eyes look as a bridal make up has been totally “in” in the last few years. The smoky effect can be achieved without too much black. We’ll show you how to make smokey eye makeup in warm shades of brown which are perfectly combined with red lips.
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Wedding makeup ideas – makeup products and brushes for smokey eye and red lips:
Matte Ocher Eyeshadow
Matte Taupe Eyeshadow
Dark Matte Brown Eyeshadow
Shimmery White Eyeshadow
Black Eye Pencil
Matte Bronzing Powder
Red Lip Liner
Flat Foundation Brush
Big Fluffy Brush
Defined Crease Brush
Fluffy Blending Brush
Tapered Fluffy Brush
Wedding makeup ideas – smokey eye and red lips tutorial
Apply concealer on your eyelids, spread it with your finger and blend with a makeup sponge.
Apply setting powder and spread it with a flat foundation brush.
Apply matte ocher eyeshadow in the crease and in the outer corner with a defined crease brush.
Use a clean fluffy blending brush to soften any harsh edges.
Add matte taupe in the outer corner with the defined crease brush. Soften the edges with a fluffy blending brush.
Add a bit of a dark matte brown shade at the outer corners of the eyelid with the defined crease brush. Use a clean fluffy blending brush to soften any harsh edges.
Apply black eyeshadow in the outer corner very close to the lash line with a defined crease brush. Blend with fluffy blending brush.
Brighten up the inner corner of the eye using shimmery white eyeshadow and a packing brush. The light tone visually enlarges the eye and ensures an open, radiant look.
Define the upper waterline with a black eye pencil.
Curl the lashes with the eyelash curler and apply mascara.
Apply eyebrow gel and go over the eyebrows with the makeup sponge to soak up any excess product.
Clean up any eyeshadow fallout under the eyes with a cotton pad and micellar water.
Spread moisturizer on the entire face.
Rub pore-filling primer into the skin with circular movements.
Dot foundation in the center of the face and blend with a sponge. Go over the eyebrows to absorb any excess product.
Apply concealer to cover up any circles under the eyes and to make a base for the highlighter.
Apply setting powder with a flat foundation brush. Distribute the powder on the rest of the face with a big fluffy brush.
Contour the face with bronzing powder and a sculpting brush.
Apply blush with a blush brush.
Highlight the cheekbones, the nose and the cupid’s bow with a tapered fluffy brush.
Line the lips with red lip liner.
Then fill in the lips with red lipstick.