Beauty Styles for Any Wedding

photo Its wedding season all year around and we want to help you. Whether you’re walking down the aisle, or joining the newlyweds on their big day, one thing is for sure you have to look your best. Here are some elegant and timeless 10 beauty looks for any wedding from beauty experts at Harper’s Bazaar Magazine.

Undone Bun + Glam Eyes


Work texture into your hair by twisting it around a curling iron and then pulling it back into a tousled, wispy bun. Pair with smoky eyes done in copper shadows and a peach lip for a look that works at an afternoon or evening ceremony.

Center Parted Sweep + Rosy Lips


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley strikes the right balance by slicking her hair half-back (trick: pat on serum for extra shine before flat-ironing) and swiping on a petal pink lipstick that’s just bright enough to draw attention without being too flashy.

Sleek Top Knot + Big Lashes


When the invitation is black tie formal, take your look up a notch. Gather hair into a high ponytail and wrap the length around the base, minimizing any frizz with a shot of hairspray. For big, fluttery lashes that last all night, apply a lash primer to build volume before coating on super dark mascara.

Cascading Waves + Silvery Eyes


For a soft and feminine look like Freida Pinto’s, mist on shine spray before blowing hair out with a large round brush, twisting back a section above your ear and pinning in place at the nape. Choose a mercury eye shadow with a hint of sparkle to catch the light.

Breezy Chignon + Bold Brows


To capture the wind-swept texture look, spray dry shampoo through strands and lightly back-comb pieces around the crown. Then channel an Elizabeth Taylor glamour moment with dark, well-groomed brows. 

Retro Roll + Radiant Skin


Reese Witherspoon goes classic Hollywood with a sculpted look that still feels modern, thanks to the deep side-part. After applying gel and molding hair into a wave in front, coil up the back and secure with a U-shaped pin. Keep skin fresh and matte with translucent powder to avoid any excess shine in photos.

Sultry Side Braid + Defined Eyes


Joan Smalls dresses up a simple fish tail braid by sweeping it to the side and lining her eyes on top and bottom in aquamarine. The end result is striking but not too over the top.

Slick Updo + Bright Lip


A wrap-around shape can transform a basic updo into something spectacular. Minimize frizz and maintain control by patting on ample amounts of clear styling gel. And a bright pink lip lends a youthful glow to your skin, so don't be shy about it. 

Bejewled Headband + Nude Lips


Slipping on a statement hair accessory elevates simple waves. Mist on shine spray to add an extra touch of luxury and go for a nude lip that won't compete for attention but keeps you looking polished. 

High Updo + Monotone Makeup


Loose volume is what makes updo so appealing. Work mousse through damp hair and blow-dry upside down to build body before raking hair into a bun or twist in back. Contour your eyes with liner and shadows in different variations of the same color for an understated but elegant effect. 

 Sources : Harper's Bazaar Magazine