No matter how good the wedding coordinator is that you hired, there are still some aspects of the plans that you would want to personally attend to. As such, the sleepless nights spent finalizing the details, agonizing over how perfect everything should be, being the typical bridezilla - all these may lead you to have dark circles under your eyes. Breakouts are yet another enemy that brides have. One of the biggest considerations that you need to make when deciding on the type of makeup that would look best for your wedding is when it will be held. If you have a day or afternoon wedding, a natural-looking makeup is more suitable. On the other hand, for couples who are saying their "I dos" in the evening where there's a formal reception afterwards, a more glamorous makeup is perfectly fine.
Still, you can have the makeup artist emphasize your eyes. Even if your lips have a very light, natural tint, the way that your eyes look will make all the difference in the world. Depending on whether you have round, almond-shaped, hooded or wide-set eyes, there is a suitable eye makeup that will help bring it out. Make sure that the makeup artist will use waterproof mascara just in case you tear up during the wedding ceremony or reception.