9 Must-Try Bridal Beauty Trends
Lip Trend: Frosted Lips
Petal-colored lipstick leaves behind a light wash of color that looks like your natural lips -- only better.
Try: Lancome La Laque Fever lip gloss in Optical Rose, $27, Lancome-USA.com
-- Heather Levine
Lip Trend: Creamy Red Lips
A rich ruby shade is the newest way to add a jolt of drama to neutral makeup.
Try: CoverGirl LipPerfection Lipcolor in Hot, $8, CVS.com
Lip Trend: Sheer Berry Lips
Not too cutesy or too bold -- a crimson gloss feels youthful, effortless and chic all at once.
Try: YSL Rouge Pur Shine lipstick in Red Strass, $30, YSLBeautyUS.com
Hair Trend: Pin-Up Pieces
You don't have to choose an ornate updo just because you're in a wedding dress. Curled layers and lots of shine can make this more basic, tucked-back style feel bridal.
Wedding dress by Liancarlo; earrings by Tejani
Hair Trend: Topknots
The key to updating the basic bun? Lots and lots of volume.
Wedding dress by Reem Acra; earrings by Yael Sonia
Hair Trend: Side Sweeps
A curled ponytail is a super-chic way to show your girly style.
Wedding dress by No Ordinary Bride; earrings by Wendy Mink
Eye Trend: Subtle Liner
Hands down, a pencil is the easiest tool to use. Whether it's a standard kohl or a powder- or wax-based pencil, you'll get a precise line that's not too severe.
Try: MAC cosmetics Eye Kohl in Prunella, $15, MACCosmetics.com
Eye Trend: Neutral Smoky Eye
Though more difficult to apply than pencil liner -- you'll need a brush to do it -- powder liner is by far the easiest to blend and layer. If you want a smoky eye, it's the only way to achieve smooth gradation.
Try: Rimmel Glam'eyes Mono Eye Shadow in Jet Black, $4, Drugstore.com
Eye Trend: Cat-Eye Liner
A liquid formula lets you create clean lines with the most precision. The key to using moisture-rich liner is to apply it in small feathery strokes and not in one long sweep. Remember, it's easier to add liner than it is to remove it.
Try: Chanel Automatic Liquid Eyeliner in Noir, $34, Chanel.com