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Bridal Beauty
Bridal Beauty
Before
After
Step 1
Brighten

Step 1
Brighten

For a bright-eyed look, use under eye concealer. Start with pink or peach-toned corrector to neautralise discolouration, followed by a yellow-toned concealer to lighten up darkness.
Step 2
Even Out

Step 2
Even Out

Use a skin tone correct foundation to cover redness, unevenness and give skin a flawless finish.
Step 3
Set

Step 3
Set

Set concealer and foundation with powder for a longer-lasting, shine-free look. Apply with a Powder Puff, then dust off any excess with a Powder Brush.
Step 4
Warm Up

Step 4
Warm Up

If your wedding dress has an open neckline, warm up your neck and chest with bronzer. Add a touch of bronzer to your ears and the back of your neck if you’re wearing your hair up.
Step 5
Layer Blush

Step 5
Layer Blush

For a fresh glow, layer two blushes. Apply a natural shade on the apples of the cheeks; blend up toward the hairline, then back downward to soften the colour. Finish with a brighter shade just on the apples of the cheeks.
Step 6
Go Bright

Step 6
Go Bright

On lips, choose brighter shades of pink, rose and plum; neutral and pale lip colours look washed out in photographs.
Step 7
Define

Step 7
Define

Well-defined brows create a natural frame for the face and make eyes pop in pictures—so be sure to use a powder shadow or brow pencil to fill-in brows.
Step 8
Line

Step 8
Line

Jet-black gel liner adds the perfect amount of eye-opening definition and flatters all skin tones.