5 Makeup Looks You Should Wear to Prom To Fit Your Dress

Amy Mia Goldsmith

Prom is almost around the corner, and you have everything covered except for your makeup? If that is true – don’t worry! You will be just fine if your dress is ready, because it is the most important part of your overall appearance.

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Here are five makeup looks you should wear to this special night, based on your dress, so check them out and look fabulous.

1. Amethyst Eye Shadow and Pale Pink Lip + Emerald Green Pleated Gown

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Emerald green goes astonishingly well with amethyst, and these two indeed make an amazing combo. If you are a smoky eye kind of gal, you will absolutely love this look – create it with shimmery purple eye shadow that you will apply to your lids. Then use kohl pencil to line both the upper and the lower rims of your eyes, and add a few coats of black mascara to your lashes. Pale pink lipstick will go perfectly with this attractive look.

2. Bronze Makeup and Dewy Skin + Pastel Yellow Lace Dress

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Lace will definitely bring up your femininity to light in the best possible way, especially in pastel shades such as yellow. However, this look requires bringing warmth to your face, which you should do by using a matte bronzer all along your cheeks and hairline. A bronze eye shadow will also do the trick, together with inevitable black mascara. As for the lips, salmon pink will be just perfect in this beautiful combo.

3. Bronze Smokey Eye + Dusty Rose Plunging Dress

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It is well-known that dusty rose looks gorgeous in combination with brown and gray, so make sure to use these tones in your prom makeup. Shimmery eye shadows are a must, because these will complement your outfit and make you look sophisticated. In order to create a bolder move, use black liner on your inner upper and lower lashlines. Mascara is unavoidable here, too, as well as soft pink lipstick that will stunningly match the whole look.

4. Periwinkle Liner + Laser-Cut Mini

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Experimenting with shades that are not so typical of formal occasions is definitely something you should do if you want to be noticed – periwinkle can be your go-to choice. The best way to pull it off is actually to introduce the eye makeup in the same color, so don’t be afraid to use it on your lower lashline. Then line your upper lashline with black liner, add a bit of pink blush to your cheeks, and voila – your bold, colorful look is all done! This is a perfect makeup choice for laser-cut mini dresses.

5. Charcoal Smoky Eye and Neutral Lip + Black Cutout Gown

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A black gown is always a safe option, however, the one with cutouts will definitely bring a pinch of drama and sexy vibes to the overall look. Such an outfit requires similar makeup, so you should definitely go for black smoky eye. A black cream liner will do wonders – apply it along your upper lashline and smudge it out with a blending brush. Contour your cheeks with peachy blush later on, and add nude lipstick that will complement the dramatic eyes in the best possible way. A black dress will make you look like a model on the runway!

Aside from all these makeup tips, beautiful and healthy skin should be a base no matter which look you choose. You can keep it that way by using different creams and beauty products, however, many girls with sensitive skin have problem with acne, so beauty treatments are also highly recommended. Laser skin resurfacing treatment is one of them, and it will help you get rid of acne, enlarged pores, and small scars before the big day.

As you can see, there are so many possible makeup looks that perfectly match different outfits, and it is all up to you to choose the one that suits your needs in the best possible way. When everything is taken care of, all you have to do is have fun and make some memories with your friends.

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Amy Mia Goldsmith

Author Amy Mia Goldsmith

Amy Mia Goldsmith is a literature graduate from Melbourne. Her passion is beauty and fashion and she loves to spend her free time travelling and of course – shopping!

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