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How To Find Your Perfect Wedding-Day Makeup
Whether it's a simple signing at City Hall, in a sprawling field with flowers in your hair, or at a big banquet hall with a cathedral veil and a pipe organ, chances are that, if you want to get married at some point, you've thought about what your dream day would look like. Because even if you're nowhere close to legally binding yourself to someone else, there's no harm in curating the perfect wedding Pinterest board filled with crafty centerpieces you'll probably never actually glue together.
And since Pinterest is the place where fantasy lives of all kinds are built, it's the place we go to find out what's trending in search for brides-in-planning, too. Beauty-wise, the platform's data and analytics show us that the products and photos people are pinning actually translate to six stunning makeup trends that can inspire anybride, regardless of the locale or aesthetic. Check them out, and learn how to make them fit your own personal style, ahead.
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Soft Blushed Cheeks
According to the Pinterest community, powder blush is out and cream blush is in, as evidenced by a 196% increase in pins. And we can see why: The finish gives skin a luminous, decidedly bridal glow.
You want radiant skin on your wedding day, the kind that means your guests won't be exaggerating when they say you're "absolutely glowing." Good skin-care preparation will definitely help on that front, but for a truly dewy finish, you'll want a good highlighter — which has seen a rise of 343% on Pinterest.
If there's any day you don't want to worry about smudged lipstick, it's your wedding day. Ditch the touch-ups and stick to a long-lasting, nude gloss (+442%) that will stay shiny even after several rounds of Champagne toasts.
Out with the matte neutrals, in with the glitter. According to Pinterest search analytics (+77%), brides are looking to add extra sparkle to their wedding look — especially around the eyes.