The best star looks this summer: stylists comment
Wedding selected the best wedding looks from this summer’s stars and asked stylists for their comments. What image do you remember the most?
Princess Beatrice’s wedding look
In general, the image of the bride Beatrice embodies the spirit of the era, the model of the dress of the bygone century, which breathes with the nobility and energy of the history of the royal family, which gives mystery to the princess.
Dina Nemtsova’s wedding image
Of course, many girls will be inspired by this image and want to repeat it. Focus on lightness, for this, choose a pale pink blush, shadows of pastel and brown shades that look very natural, the main accent in your makeup will be arrows and eyelashes. When choosing lipstick, look for light pink and peach shades. Dina’s hairstyle – a classic low bun – is a fairly universal option that suits many girls, a must-have is the beautiful design of the strands on the face.
Wedding image of Svetlana Bondarchuk
Svetlana’s second image is more daring, red lips were added to her brightly painted eyes, which looks unusual and bold for a bride. The accent in the image remains on the make-up, the hair is gathered in a light bun with loose strands at the face and covered with a lush short veil. A small veil fixed on the top of the head gives the image a lightheadedness, as a rule, such a short veil can be found at a bachelorette party, and not at a wedding.
Svetlana’s looks are unique for brave brides who don’t want to play by the rules. If you feel like repeating this look, use long-wearing gel eyeliners or eyeliner to keep your makeup going all day. When choosing a bright lipstick for a wedding celebration, do not forget that it should be long-lasting and, if possible, leave no residue.
The wedding image of Eleanor von Habsburg
Stylist Ekaterina Khokhlova comments:
– The image of Eleanor on the day of the wedding delighted me sophistication and purity of style. The dress from Carolina Herrera fits flawlessly, emphasizing the figure of the bride. The architectural cut of the dress and the perfectly fitting fabric create the effect of a half-opened flower. Cthe branch theme continues in the jewelry made by Eleanor herself. Veils and tiaras, which are so characteristic of the royal aristocracy on their wedding day, the bride opted for an airy veil made by British hatter Stephen Jones, and this, in my opinion, added retro chic to the image. Bfootsteps left the image airy and weightless, shoes would have looked unambiguously stricter and more formal.
The makeup, sustained in natural, nude shades, emphasized the freshness and youthfulness of Eleanor. The hairstyle is less successful. FROMloose soft waves look harmonious and natural, but, creating volume on the crown zone, the master “failed” the shape of the hairstyle and it turned out cut effect and asymmetrical volume.
A few tips for brides how to repeat this form. Youtake a simple and concise silhouette of a dress with minimum details and decor,There should not be many dyes, 1-2 accents in the whole image. EIf you want to add aristocracy and aesthetics to the image, choose retro style. ABOUTGive preference to makeup in soft natural shades, no false eyelashes and a lot of highlighter. Light and natural volume in the hairstyle without a ton of nail polish will make the image relevant and uncluttered.
Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s wedding look
Image, dress and whole wedding – very harmonious. The trend for naturalness, lightness, softness and happiness in the eyes will suit many brides!
If you want to repeat this look, it is important to start treating your face and hair in advance for the products to work. It will take approximately three months.
Use products with radiance on the day of the celebration and don’t exaggerate your natural beauty. Soft textures are appropriate for light makeup. For example, use a pencil instead of a glossy liner and prioritize matte gloss when filling in the lips. Light blush will refresh any makeup, even brown mascara – win-win this summer.
Text: Zhanna Spiridonova.