While brides often spend a great deal of time selecting their wedding gown, a lot of thought also goes into choosing eye makeup for the big day. Whether you want subtle shimmer or a smoky eye, there are a few rules to follow when applying cosmetics before your walk down the aisle.
"No matter how careful you are, liner and shadow have a tendency to sprinkle down onto your cheeks as you blend them," Glamour.com reports. "So for an extra-precise wedding-day look, do your eyes first, use a damp tissue to dust your under-eyes and cheeks clean, then follow with concealer and foundation."
The news source also advises brides to stay away from false lashes, as they can look too fake, and opt for black mascara instead - but don't forget to curl your lashes!
Makeup artist Jessica Liebeskind suggests women wait until their lashes are completely dry before using the curler. "[If they are wet], the weight of the water will drag the lashes down and prevent them from holding their curl," she told the news outlet.
Ladies who are preparing to exchange vows should consider using a water-resistant mascara - after all, you don't want to have to worry that a few inevitable tears-of-joy will cause your makeup to run!ADNFCR-3356-ID-19933962-ADNFCR