If you’re planning a morning wedding, your makeup look should seem smooth and elegant to match the tranquil, delicate morning light. Zuri brings you 8 natural bridal makeup tips for the morning bride.
Eyeliner can go a long way toward helping to characterize your eyes (opening them up and bringing the spotlight on them), but if used inaccurately, it can make you look older.
If you like to look elegant, an evening wedding allows you to go for a more striking makeup look. Here are some tricks on the best bridal makeup for an evening bride.
Hooded eyes are sometimes called “droopy eyes,” because the lids tend to look heavy and partly closed. Here are some tips on the best ways to accentuate them.
If you really want to highlight your eyes, or if your natural lashes are thinning with age, you can always wear false eyelashes. They can be fun to play with for a memorable occasion or a special night out.
Mascara is everyone’s number one way to add definition to the eye. Here’s the best way to apply several coats to “build” lashes that last
Smoky eye is a classic, sexy style that suits everyone. The key is to build color up gradually and blend like your life depends on it!
As your face ages, its shape, skin tone and features can all change dramatically and the makeup routine that’s served you well all your life may not do so any more. With a few simple anti-aging makeup tips, you can update your look and enhance the areas of your face that need a boost.
Before learning how to apply eyeshadow it is important to recognize the dominant characteristics of your eyes.
Here are tips on how to apply eyeshadow for women who have a huge selection of but only use a fraction of them.