Five Great Bridal Styles for this Bridal Season

Posted in: Bridal, Hair, Makeup- Apr 03, 2012 No Comments

With Bridal season right around the corner, Mirabella Beauty has identified the five bridal styles that are most often requested.   We have all the makeup, tools  and talent to recreate one of these beautiful looks or we can customize a look for the bride that is uniquely her. 

Daydreamer:  For the bride that envisions a very feminine, romantic wedding look.  Think of warm, golden colors in soft roses, golds and bronze to enhance a natural beauty.  Fabric may be lace or organza, but the look is unmistakably romantic.
Sentimental:  This look embodies a “modern vintage” bride.  She desires a wedding that is reminiscent of the past, yet done in an updated way.  May include Art Deco, Old Hollywood or retro styles that recall another era.  Think classic red lips and liquid eyeliner.
The Sophisticate:  This bride is all about the glitz and glamour of her big day.  She is alluring and sexy, her hair is perfectly coiffed and there must be an element of bling!  Her eyes are smoky and her skin is glowing as all heads turn as she glides down the aisle.
City Chic:  This style is all about a clean, polished look.  This minimalist bride is careful in what she chooses to accentuate, opting instead for a coll elegance.  She likes clean lines and tends to prefer unfussy dresses.  Her makeup is nuetral, balanced and complements her style without detracting from it.  She is fresh, effortless and chic.
Brazen Beauty:  For the bride who wants to truly stand out and make a statement.  She is non-traditional and chooses a look that is current and on trend.  Her dress may be avant garde and her color palette rich with pops of color.  She seeks a look with high impact and unique flair, somtheing that will show off her individuality. 

Our bridal packages include a trial hair and makeup run for the bride.   Call us now for a consultation.

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