Big, sparkling eyes always get attention. And big eyes look great on wedding photography. Want to get yours picture perfect on your wedding day? Follow our list of eye dos and don'ts:
- Think seriously about hiring a makeup artist, get professional guide and helps from them, before settled down your artist, try different people until find the one understands your personal tastes.
- Use eye drops if your eyes look red or tired on the day of (but stick with a brand you've used before to avoid unwelcome surprises).
- Get as much sleep as possible the night before the big day.
- Apply concealer to banish dark circles under your eyes.
- Use an off-white matte shadow along your brow bone if you have light skin, or peach if you have dark skin, to illuminate your eyes even more.
- Blend well, especially at the corners of your eyes, since cameras pick up visible makeup lines.
- Define your brows with a pencil or powder that matches your hair color.
- Wear at least two layers of mascara.
- Use an eyelash curler before and after applying your first coat of mascara.
- Wear too much eye makeup: You'll look like a drag queen.
- Change your eye color with colored lenses (unless you always wear them).
- Try to be too trendy (that glitzy silver shadow may look silly ten years from now).
- Use an under-eye concealer that's too light for your skin tone (you'll look like a deer caught in headlights).
- Experiment with eye products you haven't tried before.
- Wear dark shadows like charcoal or dark brown (you'll look like you've been punched).
- Wear frosted, shiny, sparkly shadow (It creases easily and will reflect camera flashes).
- Forget about your eyebrows.
- Tweeze your brows at the last minute on your wedding morning.
- Wear false eyelashes if they're not 100% comfortable and you're not 200% confident they won't fall off.