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Beach Wedding Makeup

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Beach Wedding Makeup

Bridal Makeup for a Beach Wedding

Beach Wedding Makeup
The beach is a romantic, albeit casual, wedding location that calls for natural-looking makeup. Think scattered touches of iridescent powder or cream, applied to the high points of the face—namely, the cheekbones, temples and bridge of your nose. Try on beach wedding makeup and hairstyles in our virtual styling studio.Fair skin is making a comeback, but there's something glam about a tan paired with a radiant white dress, especially when your wedding will take place on exotic sands. Warm up your skin by dusting bronzer on your decolletage, along the hairline, and to the hollows beneath your cheek bones.Translucent powder is a must to keep skin matte and photo-ready, but avoid applying it underneath the eyes and use it sparingly anywhere you  have fine lines. This is your day to shine and your skin should look healthy, supple and dewy, not dull, dry or cracked.Arm yourself with waterproof mascara and a specially formulated lipstick designed to outlast even the wildest wedding party.

Score lush, look-at-moi lashes a la Brigitte Bardot with a few individual falsies applied at the outer corner of each eye. Lash tinting is a great option for the honeymoon because it can eliminate your dependence on mascara for a few days.Use makeup to camouflage pesky bruises or veins on your body. The trick is to first apply concealer that's lighter than the skin to neutralize the greenish or bluish tint beneath the surface. Add a thin layer of flesh-toned foundation that's thick and creamy. Set with powder and avoid white couches and water like the plague.A beach wedding calls for a short dress. Create the illusion of long, slender legs by reaching for sunshine-in-a-bottle (self-tanner enhances muscle definition allover) and blending a lotion with iridescent shimmer down the front of your shins. The result is subtle, but sure to make your gams worthy of a ZZ Top music video.

If you plan to exchange vows barefoot in the sand, don't forget the pedicure. If you have sexy feet, play them up with a bright nail polish (think cherry red). If you'd rather draw attention away from your tootsies, opt for shimmery, pale colors such as baby pink or nude. --Stephanie Simons

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