2017 Wedding Beauty Trends Every Bride Should Know
By Elizabeth Swanson. Photos: Courtesy of Caroline via SparklyVodka, Courtesy of Dr. Frank Lipman, Courtesy of Cover Fx, Courtesy of Urban Decay.
Wedding beauty trends come and go, but we've singled out three that are much more than flash-in-the-pan products because they're effective. These genius new wedding beauty ideas work so well they're likely to become staples in your pre-wedding beauty regimen. Some of us have even went the extra mile to call them life-changing (especially, spoiler alert, the probiotics) although maybe that's being a tad dramatic. Here, the next big things you need to have on your radar. Tell all of your friends!
Start using these multitaskers, stat! Available as pills (try Be Well by Dr. Frank Lipman Probiotics, $68), in fermented food, and in skincare (like Tata Harper Purifying Mask, $65, available at Sephora), they're chock-full of good bacteria that gets rid of the bad to promote optimal digestion (and a flat stomach), clear skin, and high energy, for starters. We started using them several months ago and cannot tell you the amount of compliments we've received on our glowing complexions. (Also: Call us crazy, but we think they've made our hair healthier, too?)
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2. Custom Drops
If you have base products that you're already super loyal to, you'll really love these drops, because they let you play doctor on your favorite foundations and lotions with ingredients tailored to your ever-changing needs. Looking dull after your bachelorette party? Add radiance-boosting Cover Fx Custom Enhancer Drops ($42, available at Sephora) to your primer. Having a destination wedding and want to mattify your tinted moisturizer? Put in a few of the company's Custom Blot Drops ($42, available at Sephora), and just like that—problem solved.
3. Color Correctors
Sometimes traditional concealer just doesn't cut it, no matter how many layers you apply (so frustrating!). When that's the case, before applying concealer (or instead of—you can experiment to see what works best for you) pat on a color corrector to neutralize the problem area. There are tons of different colors to solve different issues: Pink brightens dark circles, green erases redness, violet balances sallowness, and yellow eliminates dullness. Try Urban Decay Naked Skin Color Correcting Fluid ($28, available at Ulta) or Yves Saint Laurent Touche Éclat Neutralizer ($42, available at Neiman Marcus).
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