Bridal Makeup News

  • A few makeup tips to keep in mind on your wedding day

    a+few+makeup+tips+to+keep+in+mind+on+your+wedding+day_3356_800647742_0_0_14022985_300Whether you're wedding is a few months or a year away, it never hurts to start looking into the cosmetics you'll be wearing on your big day. While tube mascara and liquid eyeliner is a must, makeup guru Bobbi Brown has a number of helpful tips to craft an idyllic bridal ensemble, according to iVillage.com.

    Keep in mind how you're going to look in photos. If you apply a heavy amount of pink blush, this can stick out in a photograph. Use nude tones around areas where there could be redness, such as the nose and above the mouth, to blend with the rest of your face.

    While your lip color shouldn't be over-the-top, go with a shade that's at least two to three times brighter than your normal one. Since much of the color will wash out in photographs, this will ensure that your color choices are brought to the forefront.

    You're bound to have your fair share of tears of joy on your wedding day, so make sure your makeup stays put with blinc Eyeliner. This will provide a water-resistant layer of color that won't smudge, run or fade throughout your busy day.

  • Choosing the right makeup for your outdoor wedding

    choosing+the+right+makeup+for+your+outdoor+wedding_3356_800652680_0_0_7031506_300Even if your wedding is still months away, it's never too early to start planning out your bridal ensemble. If you're hosting your nuptials outdoors, particularly in the spring or summer, the warmer weather could wreak havoc on your makeup. That's why it's important to embrace water-resistant liquid eyeliner and tube mascara to have an unfettered look all day long.

    Standing in front of flashbulbs, hugging family members and dealing with the heat of the season can be extremely taxing on your cosmetics. Luckily, bridal makeup trends embrace the idea that less is more, so use some lighter shades of foundation to give your skin a fresh look and use some primer beforehand to maintain a superior hold.

    Your eyes may well up with tears of joy on your wedding day, so it's vital that you use water-resistant products on your eyes to avoid smudging. Tube mascara is the ideal choice that can encase your lashes and stop them from running or flaking throughout the ceremony.

    Lastly, choose a part of your face to highlight. Go with a bold lip color or a touch of eyeliner and leave your other features neutral. This will add up to a dynamic bridal ensemble that will glow in photos for years to come.

  • Eye makeup tips for the daytime bride

    makeup+tips+for+the+daytime+bride_3356_800663767_0_0_7051790_300If you're planning to say "I do" while the sun's still shining, dramatic nighttime eye makeup isn't going to cut it. Anything too dark and heavy won't fit with your floating white dress, pretty bouquet and the sun glinting off your gorgeous updo. Luckily, we've got a couple of tricks up our sleeve to make sure you morning and early afternoon brides are just as beautiful as your after-sunset counterparts.

    Looking to make a dramatic entrance without adding too much weight to your look? Forget about dark eyeshadow and opt for shimmery nudes instead. Try matching your hues to the accents in your bouquet or bridesmaids' dresses for a cohesive, polished style.

    To make your eyes pop, try this tried-and-true celebrity trick - apply black mascara to your top lashes, and brown to your bottom ones. This will help widen your eyes without making anything too dark or dramatic.

    Finally, don't forget about the eyeliner. Apply some liquid eyeliner to the outer corners of your eyes, but skip the dark colors in the inner corners. Instead, use white eyeshadow or a dot of shimmering eyeshadow for the perfect finishing touch.

  • Dramatic bridal makeup trends for winter

    dramatic+bridal+makeup+trends+for+winter_3356_800668789_0_0_7019932_300Summer may be wedding season, but that doesn't mean that there aren't those among us who prefer to say "I do" in the winter. If you're planning snowy nuptials in January, February or March, there are plenty of cosmetic tips and tricks that'll help enhance your beauty in keeping with the feeling of the season.

    Bold, bright jewel tones are all the rage in the winter when they can stand out against a snowy white backdrop. If your wedding will feature emerald greens, sapphire blues, ruby reds or other rich, beautiful colors, your makeup can match! Consider a bold red lipstick or some rosy magenta blush to bring a little heat even on a chilly day.

    When it comes to your eye makeup, simple is best. Feel free to experiment with colored shadows, but most brides like to keep things subtle on their wedding days. Instead of bright colors, wow your guests with long, dark lashes that reach toward the sky by applying several coats of tube mascara. Liquid eyeliner that's winged at the edge will only add to the drama.

    At the end of the day, your wedding is your own special occasion - so wear whatever makeup makes you feel most beautiful.

  • Looking natural for your wedding

    look+natural+on+your+wedding+day_3356_800672897_0_0_7014659_300Every girl wants to feel beautiful on her wedding day. But if you're the kind of gal who starts most days with a swipe of mascara and some cherry lip balm, walking down the aisle with a full face of cosmetics might not feel like the right choice for you. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to brighten up your natural look with just a few choice cosmetics!

    If you're a low-maintenance girl who doesn't usually wear a lot of makeup, tell your makeup artist to skip the heavy black eyeliner. Instead, use a softer color like gray or brown to give your eyes a gentle pop that won't be too dramatic for your "I dos."

    Instead of colored eyeshadow, opt for soft neutrals with just a hint of shimmer. Blush pink, sheer white and metallic gold are all great options that will look natural yet beautiful - so your gorgeous dress can be the star of the show, but everyone will still sneak a peak at those pretty peepers.

    To add a feminine touch to your wedding day style, apply a few coats of tube mascara to your top and bottom lashes to make your eyes pop. Light-haired gals should stick to brown mascara that won't contrast too heavily with fair skin, while gals with dark complexions can go for jet black.

    Natural makeup will ensure that you look your best on your big day - and you'll still look like yourself!

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