Wedding Guest Beauty Rules

Photo Credit: Daily Mail

Photo Credit: Daily Mail

So you got an invite in your mailbox. You are very excited and started thinking about what you would wear on the wedding day. Make up and shoes to match everything.

But then you stopped and think for a while. What if I outshined the bride? Of course you do not want that to happen.

Here are 5 tips you can think about when dressing up for the wedding day by Jessica Tibbits.

5 Wedding Guest Beauty Rules

Rule 1. Choose one beauty accent
Going for natural make-up is safe, but can feel too boring for a big occasion. Liven up your look by choosing one beauty accent, whether that’s silver glittery nails, a bright coral lip, or an aubergine smoky eye. Just don’t wear all of them at the same time!

Rule 2. Avoid intricate hair accessories
Wearing anything condom viagra delicate, silver or decorated with pearls is the beauty equivalent of wearing a white dress – a massive wedding guest no no. Instead, choose something obviously opposite to that; this oversized, colourful bow hairclip is perfect.

Rule 3. Invest in a good primer
You may kamagra store have found the perfect foundation, but will it stay put through the wedding ceremony, dinner and late night dancing? To avoid any mishaps (sweaty tide marks are not a good look), apply a generic cialis good quality primer before you apply your foundation. Our favourite? Laura Mercier’s award-winning Foundation Primer (£28, 0845 604 9049)

Rule 4. Wear waterproof eye make-up
We all know waterproof mascara is a wedding must, but waterproof eyeliner is just as important for avoiding the dreaded panda eyes. Barry M’s Bold Waterproof Eyeliners (£3.99, clomid for women will stay put for eight hours straight, come in an array of stunning colours from aqua blue to shimmering silver, and are a snip at under a fiver.

Rule 5. Don’t overcomplicate your hairstyle
The perfect wedding guest hairstyle is a tricky one to get right. Go too ‘done’ and you risk looking like a member of the bridal party, go too ‘bedhead’ and it’ll look like you just don’t care. We recommend you take inspiration from the s/s catwalks; the loose but perfectly coiffed waves at Versace, Diane von Furstenberg and Calvin Klein will go down a treat. And your celebrity muse? There can only be one: Gisele, obvs.