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Spring Wedding Guest Makeup Looks

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Spring Wedding Guest Makeup Looks

Posted by LiveGlam on Apr 23, 2023

If you’re of a certain age and stage, you’ve likely got a few wedding invitations on your fridge for upcoming nuptials of friends and fam. Spring and Summer = wedding season, meaning outfit hunting, hair wrangling, and buckets of long-wear setting spray. 

If you’ve got a wedding on the horizon (as a guest!), here are a few Spring wedding guest makeup looks that won’t upstage the bride/s…much. 

A touch of glitter 

Hey, no-one says you can’t bring a little sparkle to a wedding! As long as you’re not full-on covered in body glitter then it’s okay. This look is fun, romantic, and will get you in the mood for bubbles and dancing. 

  • Complete a fresh base you feel comfortable with according to your skin type. I’d go for a satin finish with spot-concealing for an even base. 
  • Cover the lids with a skin-matching cream eyeshadow that won’t budge.
  • Buff a bronzer, taupe shadow, or your go-to neutral crease shadow into the crease and into the lower lash line. 
  • Use a liquid or gel liner to line the upper lashes with a semi-thick line ending in a gentle wing
  • Take a glitter liner in a pinky-gold shade like the It’s The Glitter For Me glitter liner and draw it over the black liner you’ve just applied.
  • Flush the cheeks with pink blush and a little gold highlight.
  • Any lip would work for this but a pinky balm would be stunning and low-maintenance throughout the day/night! 

Golden bronzed-peach glow 

If you just want to look fresh and healthy and luscious in photos, I’d go with a gold, bronzey, peachy look. This look is easy, flattering, and beginner friendly. 

  • As above, complete a fresh base you feel comfortable with according to your skin type. I’d go for a glowy finish with spot-concealing for an even base. 
  • Cover the lids with a skin-matching cream eyeshadow that won’t budge.
  • Use a big fluffy brush to buff your go-to bronzer across the nose, through and under the cheekbones, through the hairline, along the jawline, and a little through the crease of the eye and lower lash lines.
  • Take My Bou-Quet from the He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not palette and buff all over the lid with a shadow brush. 
  • Tap Golden Hour from the same palette into the center of the lid and into the inner corner. 
  • Add mascara and/or lashes. I like this look without liner but you do you!
  • Buff a peachy blush onto the cheeks and up toward the temple, finishing with a high-shine gold highlight on the high points of the face.
  • Finish with a peachy-gold gloss such as my OG fave Salsa

A pop of lavender

You can absolutely utilize color when getting ready as a wedding guest, why not? It doesn’t need to pull focus, especially if you use it sparingly like this pretty lavender pop look. 

  • As always, complete a fresh base you feel comfortable with according to your skin type. I’d go for a semi-mate finish with spot-concealing for an even base. 
  • Cover the lids with a skin-matching cream eyeshadow that won’t budge.
  • Use a small shadow brush to deposit Designer Drip from the Boujee Palette into the inner half of the lid and inner corner. 
  • Take a bronzer or taupe shadow and buff through the crease for depth and add mascara. Eyes are done!
  • Flush the cheeks with a soft pink or mauve blush. 
  • You could opt for a subtle pink balm on the lips or go all-out with a mauve-pink matt such as Mood

Fresh pink all-over flush 

If you want to lean into the romance of the day and an easy makeup look with minimal commitment, an all-over pink flush is ideal. This look is universally flattering and a joy to apply, even a few proseccos deep. 

  • As above, complete a fresh base you feel comfortable with according to your skin type. I’d go for a semi-matte finish with spot-concealing for an even base. 
  • Cover the lids with a skin-matching cream eyeshadow that won’t budge.
  • Buff Setting from the Boujee Palette all over the lid and through the crease with a fluffy eyeshadow brush.
  • Leave the lower lash line clean for a more modern look.
  • Press a little brown or charcoal kohl liner into the upper lash line for definition and apply plenty of mascara and a few individual falsies.
  • Take a fresh pink blush like my favorite RMS ReDimension Hydra Blush in Pink Rose and buff onto the cheeks, into the temples, and a little over the nose and hairline for an ethereal look.
  • Finish with a little silvery highlight and a soft pink gloss or balm such as the Total BALMshell in Lickable
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