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  • Carrie Underwood reveals wedding details, bridal makeup

    Fans of Carrie Underwood have been anticipating her walk down the aisle for months. The country crooner and Mike Fisher, a hockey player for the NHL's Ottawa Senators, announced their engagement over the holidays, and opted for a summer wedding.

    Happily, Underwood revealed much of her wedding day details to People Magazine. The star wore a Monique Lhuillier chantilly lace and silk organza gown to her ceremony, but donned a strapless number (also created by the designer) for her reception.

    The starlet kept her makeup classic, wearing soft pink blush on the apples of her cheeks, a subtle, rose-colored pigment on her lips and slightly smoky eye makeup.

    Brides-to-be who adored Underwood's look and wish to recreate it for themselves should select high-quality, long-lasting products for their big day.

    An acrylic-based tubing mascara is an ideal choice, as it will not flake or fade before the ceremony is over, and the water-resistant formula won't run if you become a little teary-eyed during your vows.ADNFCR-3356-ID-19890882-ADNFCR

  • The right blush for brides-to-be

    Many brides-to-be spend a lot of time leading up to their big day at the cosmetics counter. The makeup you choose to sport as you walk down the aisle is an important part of your overall look and is sure to affect your wedding pictures and how beautiful you feel.

    Blush is often one of the most difficult products to settle on when it comes to your big day. Brides who are longing for a natural look can search for subtle colors and high-quality products that will enhance their god-given beauty and display their best features.

    However, if you prefer a more glamorous look with nothing subtle about it, opt for colors that pop.

    Dresden Buras, a freelance makeup artist, told Cleveland.com that creamy products can create a fresh appearance. Buras recommended a cream blush that can be used on lips and cheeks.

    "Using your finger tips, pat a touch of product on the apple of the cheek and then blend to temple to instantly brighten the face," she told the news provider. "It also works well when a bronzer is applied over top."

    Of course, eye makeup is also an essential part of the planning process. Opt for water-resistant tubing mascara to ensure that your look won't run if you become a little teary during the ceremony. ADNFCR-3356-ID-19904446-ADNFCR

  • Neutral eyeshadow and black mascara ideal for daytime wedding

    While women often devote most of their time to selecting the perfect wedding gown and hairstyle, less attention may be paid to the cosmetics they apply on the big day. However, brides may want to take a bit of time to consider the ideal eye makeup for the walk down the aisle.

    According to Glamour.com, women don't need color to make their peepers pop, and neutral-toned eye shadow may be key. "[A muted] color neutralizes the skin around the eyes to enhance their beauty and gives the whole eye area lift and vibrancy without looking too noticeable," Liebeskind told the news source.

    Additionally, black liner may appear too harsh for a daytime ceremony. Instead, brides can rim their eyes with a softer hue, such as espresso or charcoal. However, the website reports that traditional black mascara is still the best pick for bridal eye makeup.

    Those preparing to exchange vows may want to consider using an acrylic-based tubing mascara, as the product won't smudge or flake, and will last throughout the entire day and night, regardless of the amount of happy tears shed. After all, no bride should have to worry about her eye makeup running or finding time to reapply!ADNFCR-3356-ID-19928497-ADNFCR

  • Eye makeup advice for brides-to-be

    While brides often spend a great deal of time selecting their wedding gown, a lot of thought also goes into choosing eye makeup for the big day. Whether you want subtle shimmer or a smoky eye, there are a few rules to follow when applying cosmetics before your walk down the aisle.

    "No matter how careful you are, liner and shadow have a tendency to sprinkle down onto your cheeks as you blend them," Glamour.com reports. "So for an extra-precise wedding-day look, do your eyes first, use a damp tissue to dust your under-eyes and cheeks clean, then follow with concealer and foundation."

    The news source also advises brides to stay away from false lashes, as they can look too fake, and opt for black mascara instead - but don't forget to curl your lashes!

    Makeup artist Jessica Liebeskind suggests women wait until their lashes are completely dry before using the curler. "[If they are wet], the weight of the water will drag the lashes down and prevent them from holding their curl," she told the news outlet.

    Ladies who are preparing to exchange vows should consider using a water-resistant mascara - after all, you don't want to have to worry that a few inevitable tears-of-joy will cause your makeup to run!ADNFCR-3356-ID-19933962-ADNFCR

  • Tips to looking great in your wedding photographs

    tips+to+looking+great+in+your+wedding+photographs_3356_800093722_0_0_7051798_300While women often want to look great in pictures, there is one day where taking a fantastic photograph is of the utmost importance - your wedding day. And while most brides are already beaming on their big day, there are a few handy tricks that can help you look picture perfect.

    According to Sky.com's Showbiz, experts recommend practicing your posing in the mirror prior to the event, as many people don't realize what they're body looks like when they pose. On the wedding day, however, try not to freeze in one pose, or with one expression.

    "It can be difficult to hold a pose and look natural," one photographer told the news source. "Keep looking away, and then looking back at the camera...this is a more organic way of posing."

    Additionally, a bit of extra makeup may be helpful as well.

    "Eyebrows fade in photographs, so ensure brows are well-defined and use eyelash curlers before applying mascara," beauty expert Catherine Barber told the news provider.

    Blinc Eyebrow Mousse is great for making arches look their best, as it enhances brow color and fills in sparse patches to create natural-looking, impeccably defined eyebrows.

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