Fall/Winter 2013 Bridal Makeup Tips: Body Art and Tanning

Show off (or cover up) your skin with these applications.

While you’re contemplating cosmetics for the face, also consider whether you and your maids will display or cover up body art.

“There are lots of brides who don’t want body art in their wedding photographs, especially if their moms have a say about it,” Elizabeth says.

She swears by Dermablend, the iconic line of camouflage makeup and concealers that offers coverage for tattoos, birthmarks and other skin conditions.

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“It won’t smudge, it’s long-lasting and it’s waterproof,” she says.

Brides intent on a sun-kissed look also should consider the artful coverup. Invest in a professional spray tan or a quality, non-streaking self tanner, such as Brazilian True Tan.

“Avoid the tanning booth and the sun because both will dry and damage your skin,” Elizabeth says. “The goal is to look relaxed and fresh.” 

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