With the pandemic retreating as more Americans get vaccinated, weddings are back in a big way. The couples who planned get married in 2020 And that they were forced to delay their weddings, they are finally seeing their dream weddings come true, while the couples who got engaged during the lockdown are finally leaving their homes and reaching the altar.
On average, most twentysomethings and thirties attend at least one wedding a year, but we wouldn’t be surprised if multiple weddings were piling up this year as couples quickly try to make up for lost time. What invited to a weddingIt is important to start planning from the moment the invitations begin to arrive. From the clothes you will wear to the place you will stay, each wedding literally comes with its own event schedule, and with each event, its own atmosphere.
When you start planning the calendar for the wedding season and the outfit that goes with it, you can’t forget about makeup. Whether the upcoming nuptials are in black tie, in the backyard, or on the beach, each scenario calls for a different makeup look. Below we’ve collected some of the best makeup ideas and inspiration for wedding guests, regardless of dress code, venue, and style.
Classic red lip
You are never wrong with a classic red lip. To avoid looking too over the top, keep the rest of your makeup very simple and subdued. Look for a true red-blue shade with a long-lasting formula so you don’t have to worry about staining or reapplying every hour.
Silver eyes with a hint of color
Don’t be afraid to be daring. Cover the eyes with a shiny silver eyeshadow and pair it with a bright lip color, like the red in the photo. The contrast of cold metallic eyes with the color of the lips it is beautiful.
Although some people enjoy putting on makeup, especially in special events Like a wedding, it is not a requirement to look and feel your best. If you feel happy and confident with a touch of concealer and a tinted lip balm, go for it! Let your natural beauty shine through.
A touch of pink
Pair your lipstick with it color of your dress for a monochrome look that is modern and chic. Add a touch of fine black line to the eyes and you are ready to dance the night away in style.
Neutral tones, such as warm browns and taupes, they look great with any dress and hairstyle. Use bronzer as an eyeshadow to achieve a natural glow and tan all over your body. Pair it with a nude lip gloss for an effortless fresh look.
A dark plum lip adds a touch of drama to any makeup look. Along with a darkened lash line and a glowing complexion, this plum lip looks gorgeous on wedding guests ripe.
Matte and polished
The chiseled and contoured cheekbones and the red lips create a real wow factor without looking too over the top. This makeup is elegant and sophisticated, perfect for a black tie wedding.