Bridesmaid makeup should be determined on an individual basis. When choosing foundation, find one that matches your skin tone. Test foundation shades on the back of your hand rather than your wrist. Your hand gets more sun and is a closer match to the skin tone on your face. If you’re not sure, stop by a cosmetic counter and talk with a specialist. Ask for help in choosing the shade right for your face. In stores that sell quality makeup, they often have samples you can take home and try. Ask if they have samples available so you can test the color in natural as well as artificial lighting.
The bride may have an idea of what she’d like when it comes to the application of eye shadow. For an evening wedding, she may want bridesmaids to have that smoky eye look appropriate for evening. No matter how the eye shadow will be applied, you still want to be sure to choose a shade that complements your face and eyes as well as the bridesmaid dress. Eye shadow should softly contrast the color of your eyes. Natural shades work best and can blend well.
Finding the right color eyeliner for your eyes is important as well. If in doubt, Black eyeliner works for most Asian ladies.
Another option to consider, if it can fit into the budget, is hiring a professional makeup artist. This will take all the guess work out of makeup application as the makeup artist will meet with you to choose colors and apply makeup