Last week I showed you how you can create dreamy wedding photographs using several of the BeFunky Photo Editor features. In this article, we’ll be delving into the ‘big day’ again, this time discovering which bridal beauty trends will help you to achieve your desired, picture-perfect look!
Whether you're a fan of dramatic eyes, or someone who likes to keep their make-up looking pretty natural—trust me, there's a beauty trend here to suit every bride-to-be!
It’s an old one, but a good one! Winged eyeliner looks great on all eye shapes, giving the appearance of an elongated and enhanced lash line. It’s also an elegant and stunning addition to any bridal beauty look and is perfect for when you capture those sultry ‘eyes down’ shots.
Metallic Ombre Eyeshadow
The ombre craze is far from over and you can subtly incorporate it into your make-up on your big day through the use of metallic eye-shadow! This beautiful bride has chosen shades of gold, copper and black for dramatic eyes with a difference.
A perfectly defined eyebrow can draw attention to your eyes and frame your face in a flattering way. Your eyebrows are also all about expression and conveying emotion—two things you can expect a lot of on your wedding day!
Some brides like to keep their make-up looking natural for their special day. Opting for the perfect base, as well as lipstick, blush and eye-shadow in nude shades will help you to accomplish this beautifully.
Did you know that peachy hues are flattering on all skin tones? You can also mix it up a little by choosing a darker shade of peach for your lipstick and a lighter option for your eye-shadow (or vice-versa!). These warmer tones are sure to make your best features ‘pop’ in your portraits.
Photo Editor Tip: Enhance the warm tones in your photos through the Temperature tab, which is located underneath Color in the Edit menu.
If you’re feeling inspired by these bridal beauty trends, you’ll also love reading about the best lipstick shades for your skin tone!
Do you have any bridal portraits you’d love to enhance? You can start editing them right here: