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The bride's guide to seasonal wedding make-up

The bride's guide to seasonal wedding make-up


Written by Katie Byrne


Whether you're planning to say 'I do' in the depths of winter or the heights of summer - here's how to nail your big-day beauty look!

Winter bride?

If you're planning a wintry wedding, there are two things to conisder - and both, irritatingly, involve the weather. The chillier temperatures will mean your skin might feel a little dryer, and require more care in the run-up to your big day. Also, the threat of rain and sleet means waterproof products are essentials for your make-up bag.

6 winter beauty tips every bride needs to know

Spring bride?

With the promise of warmer weather not far away, spring is still a little risky - those unexpected rain showers can cause havoc! Rain clouds aside, this season is budding with promise: think pastel colours, longer evenings and fresh, heady blooms. 

Summer bride?

Hotter temperatures mean you might need to switch-up your usual make-up routine: no melting foundation around here, thank you! SPF is also essential, so pick products that will protect your skin, as well as enhance it.

Five things you must remember for your seasonal wedding

Autumn bride?

Very much a transitional season, autumn brides can let the time of year influence both their hair and make-up on their wedding day. Think crushed precious metals, rosy cheeks (wind-whipped, naturally) and berry lips. Gorgeous!

Infographic courtesy of feelunique.com.


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