Hairstyle and Makeup Trends for 2017 Weddings

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Year by year, season by season. As time passes, trends also change along with it. Looking back through time, we can see how much style has changed whether it be fashion, makeup or hair. Society is always trying to upgrading and be a step ahead in tastes and designs. For weddings, such focus on trends are no exception as we see what is in and what is not.

 

Hairstyling

With 2017 being the year of greenery, here are some hairstyle trends that are currently popular with brides today as they opt for a more natural way to complete their look.

 

Think loose curls

Photo credit: Kacey Teh 

 

Or Braided Updos

Photo credit: Nicole K Make Up & Hair

 

With Leafy Flower Crowns

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Or Bridal Vines to add that finishing touch

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MAKEUP:

Similar to hairstyle trends conforming to natural finishes, makeup for 2017 also focuses more on natural beauty.

Think palettes of pinks and browns with a hint of gold to add that extra sparkle to the eyes, all paired up with a soft glowing complexion.

 

Photo credit: Zinny Theint Make Up Artistry

 

Adding a light dusting of blush on the cheeks and berry tinted lips completes the look by bringing out the youthfulness of the bride.

Photo credit: Nicole K Make Up & Hair

 

So whilst it is nice to be following current trends, the fact that they rapidly change shouldn't be a cause for alarm as they will always come back after a period of time, becoming classics in their own right. Also, one should always remember that bridal trends shouldn't dictate how you should look on the day. Rather, look to trends as a source of inspiration. It is best to go with hairstyles that you are comfortable with as that is what will bring out the beauty that is you. In the eyes of your husband-to-be, you are perfection itself and beautiful no matter what.

So have fun exploring!

 

Love,

Aiido

 

Article was written by Christine Yong

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