Mandy Moore Wore Shimmery Pink Monochrome Makeup to Her Wedding This Weekend

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Stop what you're doing and hold onto your hats — we interrupt your average Monday morning to share some major news: Mandy Moore just got married over the weekend.

According to several sources, including E! News and Us Weekly, the This Is Us actress sealed the deal with now-husband, musician Taylor Goldsmith, in an intimate ceremony at her Los Angeles home on Sunday, November 18. The two confirmed their engagement while at a cafe in the California city last September.

Now for the "important" details: her wedding look. Thanks to the actress's longtime friend and makeup artist, Jenn Streicher, who also did Moore's monochromatic Emmys makeup just this past September, posted a (now-deleted) Instagram of the bride on her big day, we know a thing or two about her wedding aesthetic. Instead of a traditional white or ivory dress, she opted for a pink, fit-for-a-princess work of art from Rodarte and wore monochrome pink makeup to match.

Streicher gave Moore a soft, dusty-pink eye look with subtle flecks of sparkle, and then used nearly the exact same hues on the star's lips and cheeks. What's more, her makeup appears to be free of any harsh lines — including eye or lip liner — and instead melds seamlessly together, offering an ethereal vibe we're very much into. In terms of her hair, it was worn down in loose, romantic curls that were tucked behind her ears. Delicate flower appliqués were also added to the back of her hair underneath a sheer pink vail (swoon).

Needless to say, we can't wait until more information (aka all the beauty products used) is revealed. Allure reached out to Streicher for further details and will update this post accordingly when and if we hear back.

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