Fall Bridal Makeup Trends 2019

The 2019 Fall Bridal Makeup trends are about glamming it up. It's about bold eyes... and yes, that means black eyeliner and wispy lashes. The focus is on the lashes and liner, not the shadow. Lining a bit thicker on the top lashes will do the trick. And adding a softer liner, on the bottom outer corner of the eye, will give it a smokey look. You want to keep the under eye area clean and bright. Completely lining the bottom lashes may create dark shadows under the eyes in photographs. Remember, the key to pulling off this look is a nude or soft lid. To complement the bold eyes, keep the lips and cheeks soft. It's all about balance.

Another trend works the opposite way. Vampy bold lips and soft eyes. Think bordeaux or cherry colored lips with a natural or nude eye. With a statement lip, be sure to keep your eyes light and minimal. A soft eye liner with a coat or two of mascara.
If you've never worn dark lipstick before, don't wear it on your wedding day.
Best advice...choose your features you love the most and build on those. You want to feel, and look like yourself, only better.

Trendy makeup, or not, every Bride wants glowing skin on her wedding day. Beautiful bridal makeup starts with good skin. To get your skin in top form, we recommend starting early.  Get on a good skincare routine at least six months before your wedding, including your decollete (throat to bosom) and lips. No foundation will look good without a smooth, exfoliated skin. On a day that you are so photographed, you want your skin to be smooth and flawless. That also goes for your hands and nails. Exfoliate the backs of your hands and use hand cream and cuticle oil every day.

Don't forget about the Bridesmaid's makeup. They will be in dozens of photos with you.
You don't want their makeup to stand out. Make sure to give them some guidelines so everyone looks cohesive. 

Every Bride wants to look and feel her best on their wedding day. Choose a makeup look that you feel comfortable with. The runway looks this fall break all the rules. We've seen bold eyes and lips, glitter shadow and Alicia Keys fresh-faced minimal. Your wedding day isn't the time to try a new trend. If your going to use a makeup artist, schedule a makeup trial before the wedding day. You want to make sure you're both on the same page. If you're makeup-savvy and choose to do your own makeup, don't wait until the big day. Practice beforehand to get the look you want.


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