Your bridal makeup has to look natural and refreshing yet different. Your wedding day is not the time for experimentation. Take inspiration from celebrity weddings and create your own bridal makeup and choose your banquet hall. Here are some of the current bridal makeup trends which you can go for wedding season 2020-

Moody Makeup-

Deep mauve and rust are natural colors but they also bring out the edge of a nude lip and a smokey eye. If you are the one who’s inclined towards metallic shades, you can try out these shades for a matte look. They’ll look more refreshing and catch the light. 

Smoke Snow-

If you aren’t afraid to sport the sultry look go for smudged black eyes, glossy nude lips and a highlighter pairing it up with a sleek, low pony and statement earrings. 

Shimmery Streeks-

For an edgy and bold look opt for a metallic touch instead of clean-lined eyes. Brighten your look with a handsome amount of shimmer on the lids. Since it’s your wedding try and stick to either silver or gold. 

Just Peachy-

When it comes to special moments going classic could be the best answer. If you own a matte peachy complexion, opt for metallic eyes and lips pairing it up with the classic winged eyes. 

Plumpy lips- Make your lips look plumpy than usual by overlining them with a matching color. A pro tip: While in search of a matching lipstick match the tone to the inside of your lip and not the outside to get the best shade. 

Highlighted cheeks

To get a fresh, illuminated and pearly look, highlight your cheekbones, corner of your eyes and the center of your lip with a diamond highlighter. 

High Gloss-

Highlight and contour essential areas without making it too oily to for wedding photos. 

Nude Makeup-

Achieving nude makeup is not a cakewalk. To get the best nude makeup stick to creamy shades which are peachier or rosy than your skin tone and makes your lips look refreshed and perfect all day long. 

Cherry Red-

If red is your signature color, don’t skip it for your d-day even. You know how red pops against white so it would be a foolish decision to miss it. Pair it up with minimal blush, natural eyes, and mascara. 

The Classic White-

Remember Margot Robbie’s last year’s Oscar attire? That was major bridal makeup inspiration. Nude lipstick and rosy blush go hand-in-hand but what Margot did was she sported a shimmery silver eyeshadow on her lids matching her gown. 

Lilac Lashes

The wedding is not only constrained to the ceremony, but also the pre and post-wedding ceremonies. For your reception party opt for bold lashes with vibrant colors showcasing your inner diva. Though keep in mind to not go overboard or else that would be a ruin for your look. 

Matte Finish

Matte finish does not mean a flat finish and we have to understand this sooner or later. It would help your skin glow at the right places with a powdery and flawless finish. 

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Go Monochromatic-

If you are going with a gown which is a soft pastel one, try and get that hue onto your lips, eyes, and skin. 

Golden Glow-

This is a look for the fashion-oriented bride. Go for a soft metallic look on the cheekbones till your lids keeping the rest of the look clean with hair tucked behind ears. 

The Goth Look-

If you are not in favor of dark lipsticks, don’t go for experimenting with it on your wedding day. But, if you‘ve been a fan of bold lip colors, a blackened cherry shade would look stunning coupled with the soft white gown. 

Softly Smokey Eyes-

Smokey eyes are not primarily for the post-wedding functions. You can look upto Blake Lively’s Cinderella look which she got created at the Cannes Film Festival 2016. In that look, she used lilac tones with shades of grey creating a sophisticated, romantic look.