Khloe Kardashian's "I Do" Do (and a Don't)
You can admit it, we won't tell anyone. You were counting down the minutes until Keeping Up with the Kardashians: The Wedding aired Sunday evening. Let's face it, so were we. It's best to not even being to try to wrap our brains around how the Kardashians actually planned a wedding in five minutes, bought monogrammed velour track suits and managed to get their hands on a gorgeous strapless Vera Wang wedding dress for Khloe. Instead, let's talk about how the bride-to-be looked.
Though Khloe looked stunning (that dress, oh that dress!) her hairstyle of choice was a bit predictable. She walked down the aisle wearing her signature wavy locks. There isn't anything wrong with wavy hair, but we were hoping Khloe would shock the masses on her big day with a sophisticated half updo or something sleek and shiny. Her hair also seemed to fall a little flat, perhaps to no fault of a stylist but due to her veil which most likely put added weight to the top of her head, making the waves lose volume at the top. Sadly we weren't allowed in Khloe's dressing room wedding day, but had we been we would have made sure she watched this to get the most volume out of her wedding day 'do.
Even though Khloe's hair was predictable, her wedding day makeup was pretty flawless. Our favorites were her nude lips paired with rosy cheeks, which made her skin positively glow as she sauntered down the aisle. When it comes to a big occasion, whether it is your wedding day or a charity event, it's best to go dramatic on either the makeup or the hair. Pumping up both can often be overkill, but when you give yourself a smoky eye or an intricate updo you are more susceptible to catch the corner of someone's eye, bringing attention to the features of your face. Had Khloe changed up her hairstyle for the occasion, this look would have been an A+. To find your perfect nude lipstick shade, check out this color that worked on eight different women with very different skin tones.
What did you think of Khloe Kardashian's wedding look? When it comes to your wedding day hair and makeup, is it best to stick with what you know works, or change it up? Post your comments below!