Here’s what I think we’ll be seeing a lot of during this coming year.
We’ve talked about wedding braids for a while, but I think more brides are actually going to wear them in 2014. A mainstay on the red carpet in recent times, braids are no longer just a cute option for casual days—women are realizing that they can look totally glamorous and dressed-up. I think brides who are looking for something really romantic and a little bit different will be wearing braids in 2014, whether that means one long simple braid or several smaller ones woven into an updo (like the braid crown shown here, which are supposed to be a big trend next spring)
2. Cat eye makeup
This is another makeup trend that’s been going strong for a while now and will finally become popular with brides (who as a group don’t tend to embrace beauty trends that are too fleeting). The great thing about cat-eye liner is that while it’s so popular right now, it’s also a retro look, so it reads as totally classic in your photos and works with almost any wedding gown. Also, we saw lots of cat eyes on the Spring 2014 runways, so you’ll be right on target if you go this route.
3. Pretty pink lips
Notice-me berry and baby-pink lips were a big makeup trend on the Spring 2014 runways, and I think pink will be the favorite statement lipstick color of brides next year. Not only are they a bit less committal and bold than red, they go perfectly with favorite wedding flowers like peonies—and feel simultaneously fun and romantic (like any good wedding should!).
Those are my 2014 wedding hair and makeup trend predictions—now share yours below! What beauty ideas do you think will be big for brides this coming year?
Source from: MSN Living
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