Spring and Summer are the most popular wedding months. There are a variety of ways a bride can look her best in these months. Radiant and healthy skin is a consistent trend and can be the base for a multitude of colorful or more demure makeup looks. Find what works best for your bride.
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For a fun-loving bride, take inspiration from spring flowers and create a pastel eye-shadow look. You can play it safe by using 2-3 colors or add more for an otherworldly look. Depending on the application, lip colors can vary, but you can never go wrong with a “your lips but better” color.
Hot Pink Lip
A bold and trendy warm-season bride may want to wow with hot pink lips! This look is especially trendy paired with dewy, highlighted skin and gold or rose gold eye-shadow. Finish the look off with mascara but avoid obvious falsies to stay on-trend.
Peachy and Orange-y tones can add personality to makeup look without going over the edge and can give a beautiful contrast to a blush gown. You could apply peach shades all over the face or pair them with grays or lavenders for added depth and to give a sense of sophistication.
For a mature yet fresh look, using tea on all features creates a soft take on modernity. Pink comes in various shades and temperatures, so it can complement all skin tones. Rose eye-shadow shades pair well with golds, bronzes, browns, and grays. Have fun experimenting.
For a bride with a beach wedding or bohemian style gown, try a sun-kissed look with dewy skin for full-on summer glamour. Complement this with a generous amount of bronzer and a natural lip and eye for effortless beauty.
Bridal Makeup Programs
No matter the season, Multimedia Makeup Academy is always ready to show you how it’s done! Check out our curriculum for our “every season and every scenario” bridal classes.
Be prepared to learn styles, technique, and even how to get your bridal business off the ground! AND! If you become a Master of Artistry student, it’s included in the program!