Bridal eye makeup allows you to look as beautiful as possible on the most special of days. Apply bridal eye makeup for milk chocolate skin with help from a creative and experienced makeup artist in this free video clip.
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Hello, my name is Artrice Weems, and I'm a professional makeup artist. Today, I will be showing you how to apply bridal eye makeup for milk chocolate skin tone. Let's get started. Some of the tools you'll be needing for today are: eye shadow primer, eye shadow, one preferably that has gray and purple in it, mascara, a blending brush, and an eye shadow brush. For the first step, you want to take your eye shadow primer. Dip into it with your finger and apply it evenly all over your lid, keeping it right at the crease. No further. For the second step, you want to take your eye shadow brush and the color that I'm choosing for today is a gray with an undertone of purple. So it comes out very iridescently purple. So, you want to start to apply it all over your lid with a tapping motion. Making sure you cover the whole lid as well as the primer. Same for the other eye. Tapping motion for more of a concentrated and brighter lid. You can definitely add more, but especially for bridal, you want to keep it as little bit more than you normally would so that it picks up in photographs. For this next step, you'll need your blending brush. The second color that I chose to complement the first color is a beautiful, deep purple. Tap off any excess from your brush and keep it right on the outer corner of the lid. This will bring your eyes more forward. Keep adding until you're satisfied with the purple color. You can keep it natural or make it light slightly darker. To the same to the other eye. Keeping it right on the corner. Like I said, until you're satisfied. Don't forget to blend. For this last step, you want to take your mascara, and a little bit more dramatic for bridal eye makeup is always good because you want it to show up beautifully in photographs. So making sure you close your eyelid so that it will get both top and bottom lashes. Same thing to the other eye. You can keep it natural if you like. Of course it's your choice. But to make them stand out, I'd put on a little bit more than your normally would. And your key item for this look is your duo shadow. And that is how you do bridal eye makeup for milk chocolate skin. Thanks for watching.