Getting ready for prom can be such a fun thing. I mean first, you have to get asked for prom and that can get pretty creative! And once that is checked off your list of prom things to do, then you need to start worrying about your hair and makeup. If you really think about it, prom can actually be kind of stressful as well right? I mean you have to pic just the right dress as it will be something that you will always remember for the rest of your life and also, the makeup needs to be on point and in perfect harmony with your awesome prom dress! In this article, I want to show you some tips on how you should be doing your makeup for this very special night!
Strong and bold colors are definitely a prom trend you should try out
Don’t get me wrong. You can always opt to go for those simple and natural makeup styles but why do so when you can use colors like orange and fuchsia on your eyes. With this look you will not only stand out thanks to your dress but also for your makeup choices. And don’t worry; you will be standing out for all the right reasons so, there is no need for you to worry at all! Also, always make sure you are also making bold choices when it comes to your lips so, you should be looking for the best lip liner there is as well to guarantee this.
If you want to go for a more natural look but still want to stand out, then a mermaid make up option is just right for you!
This is for the type of girls that don’t like their face to get so much attention but still want to look a little original on the eye department. With this make up option you can achieve just that and more! Use a rainbow liner to guarantee using colors that are bold and bright but that are also bringing some contrast to your eyes.
Now, if you like to be a little more on the Goth side, then you should try a whole new take on the smoky eye
This is for the kinds of gals that want to look pretty on their prom night but, still want to keep being true to themselves and their personality. You can try using a metallic charcoal eyeshadow for your eye to make your eyes pop even more than you actually thought they could.