Image by Mr. D. Adams | MUA: Mali Thomas | Stylist: Kollin Carter
This summer, it’s all about a subtle yet eye-catching look when it comes to bridal makeup. The hottest trends this season feature a combination of natural, glowing skin and a touch of bold glamour. This look is perfect for a summer wedding, offering a beautiful and timeless look that will last all day long. Here are some of this season’s top bridal makeup trends and product recommendations from Mali Thomas, Bobbi Brown Global Artist in Residence.
Cloud Skin Trend
This year, I anticipate a lot of brides embracing the “cloud skin trend,” which is basically soft, velvety skin. I’ve stayed true to my “don’t follow trends” rule for years, but who doesn’t want blurred smooth skin that will have all the heads turning when you walk down the aisle?! This versatile technique is a perfect balance of radiant and matte skin which will offer dewy skin fanatics a great alternative for all day wear.
Product Suggestion: Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Face Base, $66 on BobbiBrownCosmetics.com
Cheeks will also be huge this year! Expect to see vibrant shades, like a pastel pink, as well as bolder hues, such as a chocolate cherry. Cream blushes are great for wedding makeup because they’re incredibility versatile and give skin a fresh and healthy finish.
Product Suggestions: Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge in Powder Pink and Chocolate Cherry, $35 on Macys.com
Fun Eye Looks
This summer, more brides are experimenting with fun and creative eye makeup looks to add a touch of flair to their special day. From subtle to bold, there are so many options to try.
Product Suggestion: Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Cream Shadow Stick in Incandescent, $32 on BobbiBrownCosmetics.com
If you’re getting married this summer, you’ll want to keep up with the latest makeup trends to make a statement on your big day! Remember, your wedding is your day to shine, so go ahead and experiment with your makeup to create a look that truly reflects your personality and style.
By Mali Thomas, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics Global Artist in Residence