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  • Don't neglect brows and lashes on wedding day, experts advise

    Caught in the midst of a torrential storm of errands, brides-to-be are apt to leave a detail or two hanging.

    The Knot asked several beauty experts for their wedding day advice, and they had a few tips sure to be appreciated by women getting ready to walk down the aisle.

    According to the source, brides should seek help from professional makeup artists when attempting a complicated task, such as covering a tattoo or applying their own cosmetics. Most of the experts also seemed to agree that less is more when it comes to makeup and hair.

    Makeup artist Mimi Johnson told The Knot that brides should pay special attention to their brows, as they frame your face. Schedule an appointment with an aesthetician a few days prior to the wedding to avoid redness.

    When selecting your cosmetics, makeup artist Allison Sammel had one piece of advice.

    "Waterproof, waterproof, waterproof. Many women make the mistake of assuming that they won’t cry on their wedding day when, in actuality, they always do," she said. "Use waterproof foundation, primer, eyeliner, and mascara. We don't want makeup running down the face from either tears or too many dances."

    A water-resistant tubing mascara is a great option for brides who don't want to worry about tears or touch-ups, as the long-lasting formula won't smudge or smear no matter how many tears are shed.

  • Forecasting Kate's royal bridal makeup

    forecasting+kate+s+royal+bridal+makeup_3356_800247532_0_0_7074040_300The world is abuzz with speculation about Kate Middleton's wedding dress, but what might her makeup look like when she finally weds the Prince?

    Thankfully, the girl's got style, so it won't be too hard for brides everywhere to imagine (and draw inspiration from) her soon-to-be wedding style.

    The Associated Press describes Kate's fashion as "natural, unforced and unpretentious" and notes that she often opts for solid, neutral colors over funky street fashions. Kate matches this with sophisticated, natural-looking makeup that emphasizes her eyes and not much else.

    To mimic her classic, cool look, brides can wear makeup that defines their eyes and soft, natural hues on their lips and cheeks. Feel free to be generous with the liner, but don't extend it past your lash line, which may look less sophisticated.

    Kate has great, thick eyebrows, so make sure to fill yours in with a product like blinc Eyebrow Mousse. Finally, a blinc Mascara could allow you to layer those lashes high, and it's water-resistant formula will keep you looking classy with emotions running high.

  • Perfect products for flawless eye makeup on your wedding day

    perfect+products+for+flawless+eye+makeup+on+your+wedding+day_3356_800261334_0_0_7019938_300From painting your nails to lacquering your lips, a lot goes into creating the perfect wedding day look. But selecting ideal eye makeup can be especially tricky considering the wide range of options - what type of liner, shadow and mascara should you use?

    While black eyeliner may be a staple of your daily beauty routine, ebony can often be too severe for a wedding. Instead, use a brown, navy or gray pencil, which will define your peepers without appearing too harsh. Another bonus to navy liner? The color can brighten the whites of your eyes, making you look especially wide-eyed.

    When selecting an eyeshadow, choose two shades - a sheer shimmer that matches your skin tone and a shadow a few shades darker. Dust the lighter pigment over your entire lid and apply the deeper shadow in your crease to subtly enhance your stare.

    On your wedding day, it's imperative that your makeup lasts - after all, you likely won't have time for touch-ups and you can't risk looking unkempt. A tubing mascara, such as blinc Mascara, won't flake or smudge throughout the celebration. Best of all, the water-resistant formula won't run - even when you shed tears of joy!

  • Advice for brides' brows

    advice+for+brides+brows_3356_800264174_0_0_7035423_300While many women often neglect their brows when applying makeup, gals who are getting married may want to remember to emphasize their arches before walking down the aisle. Perfect brows will help you to look your best in your wedding pictures, as arches frame your entire face.

    Begin by tweezing away stray hairs and creating a shape that best complements your face. According to TheKnot.com, sharply-arched brows can add definition to a round face, while softer brows can balance an angular visage.

    You should also pay attention to the hue of your arches. If you dye your hair, you may have to tweak the color of your brows.

    "Your brows should match the hair on your head," the news source reports. "If you have a highlighted or multi-hued mane, brows shouldn't be darker than the darkest shade on your head."

    If your natural brow color isn't quite right, use blinc Eyebrow Mousse to tint your arches. It's available in a wide range of hues, from light blonde to black, so brides everywhere are sure to find a shade that suits their look.

  • Wedding day makeup that won't budge

    wedding+day+makeup+that+won+t+budge_3356_800263444_0_0_7051798_300Your wedding day will be one of the happiest occasions of your life, and the last thing on your mind should be whether or not your makeup is running. Luckily, there are a few products that will keep your cosmetics from melting.

    Whether your running around greeting guests, catching up with loved ones or getting down on the dance floor, you'll likely work up a sweat during the celebration. However, a good primer can keep your makeup from running.

    "When you're primping before your ceremony, choose a makeup primer that doesn't contain any oil or silicone," TheKnot.com reports. "It'll act as a sponge for your foundation, keeping it in place and preventing it from seeping into or slipping off of your skin all day long."

    Selecting cosmetics that stay put may be even more important - runny makeup could stain your white gown and leave marks on your husband's tuxedo jacket when you rest your head on his shoulder during your first dance. The website recommends applying an oil-free foundation, which absorbs oil and locks in moisture to stay in place.

    Additionally, a water-resistant tubing mascara, like blinc Mascara, won't run, flake or smudge, leaving your garments (and face!) residue-free.

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