What’s the cardinal rule of weddings? Don’t overshadow the bride. Whether you’re a bridesmaid or a guest, you want to look elegant and put together without stealing the bride’s thunder. Wearing a white dress is obviously a big no-no, but makeup rules are a little bit trickier. The key? Neutrals. Think lightweight foundations or BB creams, eyeshadows in various shades of pink, beige or brown, soft liners, full lashes, and a hint of lipstick or gloss. This is not the time for a full face beat, complete with black lips.
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