Wedding Eye Makeup Pictures,
For the step-by-step pictures I did below, you can either achieve a very natural look (for those who dont usually wear makeup) or slightly more dramatic yet still neutral look (this would actually be my choice for my own wedding makeup, as shown above).
If youre the type to wear a more dramatic look to your wedding, then just browse through the several looks on my site for more ideas for your wedding makeup. Using a fluffy blending brush like MAC 224 Tapered Blending Brush, pick up some light brown matte eyeshadow on the tip of the brush and apply it along your crease in a windshield wiper motion. Blend the color you applied in Step 4 with a blending brush with a bit of another matte brown eyeshadow that is lighter than the color on your outer V but darker than the color on your crease (I used MAC Espresso).
Using a color in the middle of two shades helps to make the colors look more blended. A brown pencil will achieve the most natural, barely there lookstay as close as you can to your lash line, and then smudge the line with a pencil brush. You can also fill in your eyebrows now with a pencil (use light, small strokes for a natural look) or some eyeshadow (for a more dramatic look).
To create a more pronounced jawline, use a large angled brush to contour your jawline with the same powder you used in Step 7 (this is also a great way to look a little slimmer!).