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  • Writer's pictureKitzie Nuñeza

Tips to Nail a Minimalist Bridal Makeup Look

A wedding is one of the most memorable events in a woman's life. We all want a wedding that feels as personal and intimate as possible. From the wedding venue to the cakes, clothes, and even your personal makeup, we spent months narrowing down our alternatives.

Everything should be perfect and reflect who you are as a person and as a bride. So it only makes sense that you'd desire a look that's as natural as possible. Here’s what you should do to nail this look and be the most beautiful woman in the world on this special day.

Prep the Skin

The focus on simple, yet effective skincare is perhaps one of the most significant aspects of the minimalist look. Making sure your skin is moisturized and plumped is important. For a glow from within, use a clarifying toner, water-based moisturizer, moisturizing under-eye gel, and a luminous sunscreen.


Before showing off your natural beauty, you can prefer to blur out pesky blemishes on your face. Use a primer that rapidly softens the skin's appearance for a smooth complexion that will act as the foundation for the remainder of your makeup.


Applying a tinted moisturizer instead of a full-coverage foundation is the greatest method to make your skin look radiant. Choose a moisturizer that is lightweight, has natural coverage that offers a radiant complexion.

Amplify the Natural Glow

Consider using an illuminating lotion. This will help you achieve a glowy complexion that makes a shiny effect so you can nail every single one of your wedding photos.

Emphasize the Eyes

Transform subtle references from the outfit's needlework or embellishments into gleam or a splash of color. Finish with waterproof mascara for a natural-looking lash look, or add a couple of extra coats for a more dramatic effect.

Go get that Nude Lip!

For an all-day statement, choose a lipstick with a creamy consistency that glides ultra-pigmented color onto the lips. There's a shade for everyone, whether you want to keep things simple or give your lips a chance to shine.

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