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7 Gorgeous Prom Makeup Looks You Must Try!
Prom season is approaching, and since this season is usually a whirlwind of planning, I've compiled some prom makeup ideas to help take the edge off a bit. Once you have your dress picked out, it's important to match your makeup look to the style you're going for.
One of the first prom makeup ideas to consider for the big day is vintage-inspired beauty. As pictured above, Taylor Swift has her signature cat eye and gorgeous red lip that are absolute staples for the vintage look. This makeup look would go great with long, A-line dresses or short, retro pieces
first apply a highly-pigmented gold shadow all across your lid and into the eye bone. Dip a small brush into some deep brown shadow and start blending in the outer corner of your eye and into the eye bone. Press a bit of gold shadow right on the middle of your lower lid, and finish with winged liner
Use colors such as bronze, deep bronze and brown. Cover your entire eye lid and bone with a deep chocolate, being sure to wing the color out a bit into the outer most area of your eye. Next, place the lighter bronze on the middle of your lid and blend using a small brush.
To achieve a more natural look, use light makeup on the face, like a tinted moisturizer or CC cream. Set the cream with a pressed powder, and follow-up with some bronzer where the light would naturally hit your face. Finish with a peachy blush and nude lip.
This goes for any color you'd like to match your makeup to. One of the best ways to achieve a pop of color without being too much is to grab a creamy colored liner, like NYX's Retractable Eye Liner. After applying your shadow -but right before the mascara - line your upper lashline and voila!
First, apply a creamy, thick-textured light foundation or concealer stick in all light areas using either your fingers or a foundation brush. Next, use either a dark powder or foundation that's a few shades above your skin tone and place that where the dark spots are and blend. add blush and voila!
For a cute yet simple makeup look, keep your facial makeup light, and pop a soft, pastel color on your eyes and lips. Finish off with some lengthening mascara or false lashes to add drama to your eyes, and you have a very subtle, yet beautiful bright look.