Top 5 Bridal Make Up Trends In 2018 – Ennis Bridal Blog

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Top 5 Bridal Make Up Trends In 2018 – Ennis Bridal Blog

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Are you stuck for ideas on how you would like to look on your wedding day? Do you go for natural make up, dramatic, vintage, smokey, dewy, matt. The list is endless and there are so many options out there now. Here are a few of Our top tips to help you make your own decision and what’s going to be popular in 2018:

1. Messy Updos

Craving an upstyle that’s easy to create at home and is perfect for dressing up or down? Messy updos are where it’s at! Curls, braids and pins can be used to create simple yet beautiful tousled upstyles.

Messy Updos
Messy Updos

2.Next Level Lashes

If there’s one feature to go big on for your 2018 wedding make-up look, it’s lashes. Super long, fluttery eyelashes are back in a big way and conveniently, the secret to making your peepers pop in those wedding photos.

Totally timeless and always flattering, if a less ‘on trend’ bridal look feels more you, then get your hands on a pair of falsies.

bridal eye lashes
bridal eye lashes

3. Ribbons are back!

Tying off a slim satin or velvet bow is such a beautiful and simple way to accessorise your wedding hairstyle. We love this soft ponytail from backstage at Jenny Packham’s latest bridal show. The look, created by Michael Van Clarke, began by softly curling each model’s hair and then tying the pony low, with the ribbon wrapped around twice and then tied off to hang effortlessly.

4. Pink Eyeshadow

At bridal fashion week last year, pink eyeshadow was all the rage, and the Pinterest search traffic followed suit. Try using a ballerina slipper-esque pastel on your lids, or blend a warm blush shadow into your crease to break from the standard taupe. We already love rosy eyeshadow for day to day, but for a wedding, the shade adds even more romance.

red-lipstick-wedding-makeup
red-lipstick-wedding-makeup

5. Blot Lips

A deep berry-colored stain feels perfect for my fall wedding. Using my fingers, I press a dark, purplish lip color into my lips, then blot the lipstick to create a sheer wash of color. Bonus: Blotting ensures this look will last through drinks, dinner and the first kiss ;).

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