How do I get a fresh, dewy beauty look for my spring wedding?
Preparation is key here. It may sound obvious, but in the lead-up to your day, drink as much water as possible. Use a hydrating face mask two to three times a week, and look for ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, which is super-hydrating, and vitamin C for brightening the complexion. If possible, I would go lightweight for the base; it's not always necessary to have full-on foundation. Some CC creams and tinted moisturisers give enough coverage as well as looking less heavy on the skin. Team this with radiance fluid, a little translucent powder and concealer. Finish your base with a subtle highlighter on the high points of the face to create that dewy feel.
For a spring wedding, I would opt for a soft, bright lip; something that provides a pop of colour, perhaps to match your bouquet. For your eyes, opt for neutral shades with long lashes. Complete the look with blush in soft coral or pink on the cheeks.
Kate's shopping list:
- Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk Look
- Charlotte Tilbury Wonderglow
- Charlotte Tilbury Full Fat Lashes Mascara
- Chanel CC Cream
- Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer
- delilah Eyeshadow Palette in Damsel
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