Reem Acra’s brides were utterly modern with simple down-dos and bejewelled headphones, but the make-up was quite glamorous! Black eyeliner teamed with subtle pink lips created a youthful but elegant look which is great for both daytime and evening weddings. A rich, pink lipstick is a fabulous alternative to a red one, and you can match it with a bridal bouquet in the same shade.
A shimmery eyeshadow in coppery shade was the perfect addition to the make-up look at the Badgley Mischka show. It complemented the sparkly embellishments on the gowns, the gorgeous satin lipstick in pink and the sleek hairdo. We love this beauty look because it is subtle yet oh-so glamorous!
Black eyeliner and nude lips makes one of the best combinations for your bridal make-up! It is elegant but simple and channels evening glamour which of course complements the lavish ball gowns from the Oscar de la Renta show. Finish off the look with a sleek up-do and a pair of pretty earrings and you are ready to walk down the aisle!
A simple, effortless, radiant look is always a great choice for brides. Ideally you want to look like the best version of you! At the Lela Rose show models had a natural, fresh-faced look with nude lips and a thin layer of eyeliner to accent the upper lid and make the lashes appear fuller. The hair was tied in slightly messy buns complementing the make-up perfectly, but you can also opt for a neat up-do instead.
An elegant look without too much make-up is a good choice for an occasion such as your wedding because you want it to look fresh all day. We adore the effortless glamour from the J. Mendel show! Subtly smokey eyes and groomed brows were beautifully combined with light brown/pink lipstick.
A pretty up-do is a hair style that suits most brides, and a French roll is one of our favourite looks because it is just so elegant and full of texture. At the Angel Sanchez show, effortlessly styled French twists enhanced the glamour or the embellished gowns, while the make-up was simple with flushed cheeks and a matte lipstick in soft pink.
Braided up-dos are coming back! At the Marchesa show romantic plaits were revamped and styled with delicate fabric flowers, veils or silver headpieces and we think the look complemented every single wedding dress from the fall collection! Combine this hair-style with natural make-up and you will have a look to go with any type of gown.
Lightly curled hair looked fabulous with bohemian-style gowns at the Temperley London show. It is a winning combination for a destination wedding, especially if you add a striking hair accessory such as a sparkly head band or a flower crown.
If you prefer a more traditional bridal look, you won’t make a mistake with natural, barely-there make-up and a sleek bun. Monique Lhuillier’s brides had low ballerina buns and just a hint of pink on the lips. Classy!
A beautiful chignon is a classic choice, but if you want to style it in a modern way, think texture! At the Dennis Basso for Kleinfield show low chignons were wonderfully voluminous and nicely shaped, so use this style as inspiration. You can even consider adorning it with a pretty detail such as a sparkly hair accessory or flower.
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