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Beautiful DIY Fall Wedding Makeup In Pastel Shades And Golden Tones

Quoting the brilliant Bobby Brown, “your makeup should change with seasons”. You wouldn’t argue with a pro like her, would you? Plus it makes perfect sense to change a bit the colors of your makeup and choose warm pastels and touches of gold, embracing the blustery fall weather. For a bride is also important that her makeup would look good in the day and in the night. Today’s tutorial follows both this ideas and you can easily make it on your own. First prep your skin, including eyes and lips, with your favorite moisturizers. Then apply a primer all over the lid and set that lightly with powder. Shape the brows by adding a brow color, which isn’t too dark or hard, but more natural. Read the rest of the tutorial at blovedblog.com.

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Pastel makeup has recently become the hottest trend, and if you want to try it on your big day, this tutorial is for you! Let’s get started. Coat your whole lid with eyeshadow primer, up to the brow. Apply shadow loosely to your lid with a flat brush. You’ll want to put this on immediately after primer, so that the primer is still a little sticky. This is a shade that is two-to-three shades darker than your skin tone, and if you don’t already have it in your arsenal, you should, because it’s what you use to contour your eye. Using a puffy brush and very light pressure, apply the best friend color into your crease using small “O”-shaped strokes, starting at the outside corner of your eye.Continue reading here.

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