Doing your own wedding makeup can save you big money, but there's one mistake brides make that can ruin your Big Day photos.
According to makeup ar...
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By Kellee Khalil for Lover.ly
More and more brides are going retro for their weddings or engagement photos. The key to not looking like you're goin...
Close your eyes and picture a typical bride. You’re probably envisioning a big white dress and an elaborate bouquet, right? Now close your eyes a...
By Lindsey Schickner for YourTango.com
The wedding gown may be the decadent cake, but the makeup is the icing!
From subtle smoky eyes to lusci...
From the very best (surprise: cheapest!) primer, to a celebrity-fave powder, to a gel nail polish that goes on and stays on, this is the stuff that you've got to snag for your Big-Day bag.
Weddings need not be all black and white.
Scheduling an engagement shoot is a perfect way for couples to get acquainted with their photographer before the big day. Another benefit of this shoot is the insight it provides into hair and makeup.
With the experts breaking down the information in app-form, even the most novice brides and grooms can tackle DIY projects on their own.
Every bride-to-be knows the details matter. When choosing a wedding style, be it subtle or more blatant, everything from the dress, to the flowers, to the décor, to the groomsmen's shoes count. Well, the brows are no exception.
Deciding on a makeup artist for your special day is a huge decision! Whether we believe it or not we are highly egotistical creatures.
The key to bridal beauty is makeup that goes the distance -- and lasts through the ceremony, the tears, the kissing, the hugging, the champagne, the cake and the dancing.
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