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Wahoo! Four Key Bridal Looks Shoot: Bridal Style + How To

Wahoo! Four Key Bridal Looks Shoot: Bridal Style + How To

I absolutely L O V E  this fun bridal style tutorial I’m featuring on the blog today. It was brought to me by a fab and talented team of Dublin based wedding suppliers.

Also captured on film, this shoot showcases four incredibly popular bridal looks for your wedding day! Pure Beauty, Festival Boho, 60s & Pure Glamour. Take a look at the fun video here…

Four Look Shoot Promo from Simone Kirwan on Vimeo.

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Want to get the low down on how to re-create these 4 popular bridal looks? Follow the hair and make-up tutorials below.

The ‘Pure Beauty’ Look

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Make Up

For the ‘Pure Beauty’ look I prepped the brides hair with conditioning treatments and a little volumising spray at the roots. I used a small heated wand to create ringlets before raking with my fingers to loosen. To neatly finish off the look I added a pretty hairband from Jules bridal Jewellery.

Hair

For the ‘Pure Beauty’ look, the brides skin was massaged with a primer to give it a fresh feel and then a very fine layer of base was applied. The rest of the make up was very light handed, allowing the ‘true beauty’ below to shine through.

Eyebrows were brushed upwards to appear fuller and the eyeshadow applied was a light dusting of pale shimmer. Only one coat of mascara was used and fresh peach blush was dabbed on to the cheeks before an almost translucent gloss on the lips was added to completed the look.

The ‘Festival Boho’ Look

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Hair

Hippy dippy, freedom and peace, the boho look is here to stay – It’s a slightly messy, touchable and soft look – very organic and not too try hard. I pumped up the volume for a bigger lift and created larger curls by teasing and brushing out the smaller ringlets.

To finish I added a little fishtail halo braid across the brides forehead before adding a bright floral crown created by Fussy Peacock.

Make Up

For the ‘Festival Boho’ look, I kept the base and blush the same as ‘Pure Beauty’ and then added more colour and fun to the eyes with a strong apricot shadow and another coat of mascara on the top and bottom lashes.

To finish I pumped up the lip colour to draw more attention to them with a strong vibrant pink lipstick.

The ’60s’ Look

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Hair

Setting a style revolution in motion! It’s no wonder 60s fashion had a lasting impact – the swinging 60s remain a key inspiration!

To begin I smoothed the hair down with a soft bristle brush before creating 3 pony tails all meeting at the same point to keep the look secure – this distributes the weight and tension equally so you don’t get that headache from a too tight pony tail.

Using my cheat doughnut for padding, I folded the hair around in sections wrapping it in angled sections to create a slight twist before securing with the lovely pins from Stacey Hannan Designs.

Make Up

This look was all about the brow shape, flicked eyeliner and lashes. I defined the brows with ‘eyebrow powder’ using an angle brush.

Using a pale shadow to help the black eyeliner stand out, I drew a straight line from the inner corner of the eye to the outer corner of the top lashes, to finish I added a ‘flick’ on the end and topped the eyes off with extra lashes! The brides lips were kept, ‘semi nude’.

The ‘Pure Glamour’ Look

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Hair

This is my twist on the vintage Hollywood glamour look! With a nod to the 40s, I created big barrel curls and wide angle curls using a large heated wand before smoothing the hair over to one side. This elongates the neck and jaw line instantly creating a slimming effect.

I pinned the brides hair into shape following the curve of her face, creating an ‘S bend’. To finish of this glam look I dressed the hair with a vintage slide from Etain Bridal and a full birdcage veil from Jules Bridal Jewellery.

Make Up

The ‘Pure Glamour’ look was all about the smoky eyes. This is easier than it looks. To begin, take a strong eye shadow colour – I used ‘plum’, and blend it all around the eye socket area. Draw black eyeliner on the top lashes and also in the water line on the bottom adding lashings of mascara.

To keep the focus on the eyes, apply very little blush and a light or nude coloured lipstick or gloss.

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Et voila! I hope you enjoy this fun ‘how to’ tutorial as much as I have. Massive thanks to the talented team for sharing [please see the credit list below and leave them mucho love].

Also, if any of you lovely brides-to-be have any bridal hair or bridal beauty questions, please do leave your questions in the comments box below and I’ll do my best to get them answered for you.

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four look shoot by simone kirwan / hair by lorraine browne / make up by aisling eyre / photography by emily quinn / model kate sheridan / flowers by fussy peacock / hair accessories by jules bridal jewellery, stacey hannan design / etain bridal

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