Recent Wedding Hair & Makeup Posts
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Glowing-from-within skin you see on Victoria Secret and J.Crew models? Our Beauty Editor will level with you here — that starts long before you sit down with a hair and makeup artist. A daily skincare routine (combine with a healthy diet and exercise) is the most crucial component. In the weeks leading up to the big day, schedule a facial, incorporate an exfoliant one to two times a day, and use a hydrating mask. All that being said, there are still a few crunch-time products to rely on. Find out here .
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It’s not pretty, but it happens. What started as an ethereal spill of curls has turned a bit sweaty and limp as you broke it down low on the dance floor. Or an intricately, bobby-pinned updo comes a little too undone as guests lifted you high up on chairs in random spurts of celebration. Either way, there are fall-back fixes if you find yourself in need of a new wedding hairstyle with nary an expert in sight.
Photo Courtesy of: Shaune Hayes DC Wedding Hair and Makeup Artists
The key to almost every Pinterest-worthy bridal beauty look? Lush, full strips or individual flares — which are, more often than not, amped up by a little fauxness. If you’re intimidated by false lashes, (maybe you’ve never worn them before?) there’s no need to be. We asked six WeddingWire hair and makeup artists from around the country to give us insider advice on just how to get that instant eye-opening power. Read more here.
Your wedding day will be one of the most photographed of your life, and you deserve to look fabulous from beginning to end! The best way to ensure a long-lasting look? A professional hair and makeup team. WeddingWire’s SummerBook 2014 features 24 experts, all of whom shared insider tips and tricks, favorite go-to products, and beauty blunder fixes. Be sure to read why you must do a trial run, whether you should go up or down, and when to trim, color, and wash. Trust us — you’ll want to know the answers.
Photos (from left to right): Bumble and Bumble Bb Texture (Un)Dressing Creme and Pink Sugar Hair Perfume
Even though prepping your tresses starts long before you wedding day, that doesn’t mean you won’t run into any pesky little problems like a quick grease fixer-upper with dry shampoo or perfume, taming flyaways and cowlicks with hairspray and a toothbrush, or growing your locks faster with a peppermint scalp massage. Solve the rest with our Fashion Editor’s 15 easy-to-execute hair hacks and styling tips every bride needs to know. Gotta learn something new everyday, right? You’re so welcome!