The wedding season is in full flair and so is the most fun part about weddings; shopping! But with the variety of ethnic wear and styles available, it’s often hard to pick out the perfect outfit to buy. Whether to opt for embroidery and bright colors or flashy sequins on darker shades. So we present to you, the most trending and ‘in’ shades of the weddings season that are bound to make all eyes follow your every step and the right kind of make up to go along with them!
That’s right; pastels are the hot topic of this wedding season, from blues and pastel pinks to lesser redundant colors like pastel oranges and yellows. These are the colors to try out to garner more than just a few appreciative glances. And if it’s a day time wedding then pastels are surely the best pick for you.
Make up: When pastels are your pick, nude makeup is the way to go. Pick a shimmery nude eye shadow and team it with a dark smoky eye and baby pink shimmery lip gloss for the perfect look.
If you want to look like royalty then brocades and pure colors are the right way to go. These work best in thick fabrics like velvet and the best shades are of course royal blue, maroon and purple and even deep green.
Make up: Go for light makeup up when your attire harbors deep shades. Skip the eye shadow and instead go for a gel liner in the color of your outfit, team it with a deep lipstick in a matte shade but remember to forgo the gloss.
3. Nudes and Beiges
The one category of shades that can never go wrong in any situation is the class of beiges. With many shades to pick from, nudes are an amazing and otherworldly option to go for this weddings season.
Make up: Pick a deep shade for your liner like blue or purple (or even green!). Keep your shadow light or skip it altogether. But remember to go for the darkest shade you can brave for your lips, mulberry or burgundy look great on beiges and nudes.
Another style that’s been trending lately is multicolored attire, with a single shade undertone. Whether the undertone is black, white or even nude, multicolored outfits look great with simple geometric or traditional designs.
Make up: Keep your makeup monotone when you’re wearing something with a flurry of colors. A black smoky eye and nude or light lipstick will add a perfect finishing touch to your ensemble!
There’s not just one shade of gray out there, but hundreds for you to try and all of them look stunning under the wedding lights. If you want to go for a shade that truly sets you apart from the rest, then a shade of gray is the best thing for you.
Make up: The shade that works best on gray is blue, whether it’s blue eye shadow or a touch of blue liner. But if blue isn’t your favorite color then any bright shade (especially magenta) will add the perfect finishing touch to your look. Make sure your lipstick is bright but not dark, a peach or pink will do the job!