Recommendations for beautiful beach bridal makeup

Beach brides have it easy, as they get to play with gorgeous, natural makeup palettes that bring out their inner beauty, best thing to do is keep it simple with a fuss free look.

Here are a few flawless looks you can go for, Also here is a link which will take you to a moodboard I put together on Pinterest that will show you wonderful and different makeup looks for any beach wedding

http://www.pinterest.com/alyshamareehmua/beach-wedding-makeup-ideas/

Sun kissed

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A bronzed, glowy look is ideal for a beach wedding. Contour with a bronzing powder to warm the skin tone. Add a peach or rosy blush directly onto the top or apple of the cheek. You will find that a nude or rosy lipstick or gloss will look gorgeous with this makeup style.

 

 

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A sexy, copper smokey eye will look beautiful and will add a touch of glamour to your beach wedding. Use an eyeshadow primer or a cream eyeshadow first before applying shadow to give your eyeshadow that staying power so it doesn’t come off with the humidity or heat…Pair with a light pink lip and blush. Let your eyes stand out!

 

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No-makeup makeup look is excellent for a wedding by the beach. This is especially perfect for bride’s to be who require minimal coverage and can get away with a lightweight tinted moisturiser or light coverage foundation and some translucent powder. Leading up to your big day ensure you get your base (face) flawless by using a great skincare routine, because this look is all about the skin. ( A glowing face) Then finish off with a nude lipstick or gloss and pinky nude tones for the eyes for a natural effect.

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