Your wedding day will be one of the most important days in your life, so don’t be afraid to pull out all stops to make it perfect.
From beauty and wedding fashion tips to how to take the best photos, WeddingBeauty.com.au offers a complete range of articles to help you prepare for your big day.
Getting the music right for your big day is crucial. Many people decide to cut corners and do their own music with an iPod, and if you get it right, it can work. On the other hand, it’s a safer bet to put your important wedding music into the hands of a professional, like a DJ. However, you might also be considering taking the big leap and hiring a live wedding band.
When it comes to music, nothing compares to the vibrancy of seeing and hearing it made right before your eyes – and for your big day, you deserve to splash out.… continue reading
How many times have you woken up before work and, faced with the daunting task of taming and styling your locks, simply thrown your hair into a bun to save time? For those of us who have to do battle with our strands every morning in an attempt to control frizz and unruly curls, the time-consuming process of making your hair look effortlessly styled just isn’t practical on a day-to-day basis. Throw humid or wet weather into the mix, and manageable hairstyles seem impossible.
This is where keratin treatments can be a lifesaver, eliminating frizz and leaving hair sleek and smooth.… continue reading
As ladies, we love a good movie wedding scene. Although our boyfriends may roll their eyes at our constant ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ during cinematic weddings, we are really just subconsciously prepping for our own day. Today, we bring you the result of a lifetime of movie watching: our top 10 movie wedding hairstyles.
1. Blake Lively in The Age of Adeline
Any retro-loving ladies will be left with literal heart eyes after seeing the wedding scene in this blockbuster. A deep side parting and under-tucked curls are the epitome of 1940s glamour, and that starry hairband with the veil is seriously what dreams are made of.… continue reading
Vintage wedding fashions have only grown in the last few years of wedding style, with new modern ideas being integrated into historical trends. While styles are often mixed and re-imagined, it can help to know exactly what each decade had to offer. From delightful, to sleek, to sweet and cheeky, each era featured markedly different looks.
The classical 1910s
The 1910s look is often indulgent in terms of lace and volume, around the chest, the arm, and around the skirt, but it is always brought in at the waist for a very sweet, classical look.
Hair: up, with hats and veils
A woman’s hair was her greatest assent in this era and was almost never cut.… continue reading
Brides in 2017 have a whole range of exciting trends to choose from, when planning their bridal look. From sexy plunging necklines to amazing back details, the fashion runways around the world featured enough variety to satisfy every taste.
Here is the bridal fashion forecast from the fashion experts at Best for Bride, Canada’s top bridal destination, for the top trends on the bridal scene for the coming year.
The off-the-shoulder neckline has become immensely popular in the last few years, and continues to be a mainstream trend. Glamorous and sophisticated, this neckline detail is often seen on ball gown silhouettes or A-line dress styles.… continue reading
Preparing for a wedding can be a lot of fun. But, for most people, there’s an awful lot of stress involved. Between choosing venues, inviting guests, writing vows and programming, it’s not easy to find time to take care of yourself! Undoubtedly, you want to look your best on your day … so, where do you start? Hair? Lipstick? Foundation? Keeping fit?
The good news is that some smart, smart cookies have broken down the processes for you into fun wedding and beauty infographics. Here are 3 of our favourites. So, take a deep breath and relax.
4 Tips For Picking Your Perfect Hairstyle
Been struggling to work out which colour and cut is right for you?… continue reading
Trying to do a perfect job on your eye make-up – whether you’re rushing to work or prepping for your big day – can get stressful. Especially when you’re thinking about hairstyles and contemplating new tattoos at the same time. But it can be much easier than you think. Boost your glam factor with these 10 eye make-up tips.
1. Leave a gap between your bottom and top eyeliner lines
A teeny-tiny space between your bottom and top eyeliner creates the impression that your eyes are bigger than they really are. This trick is especially uplifting on tired days or long nights.… continue reading
Flowers are so much more than a pretty detail for your wedding. These scented beauties represent your love, and are gorgeous metaphors for how your relationship is flourishing.
Flowers can also make or break the atmosphere, and are not something you should take lightly! That’s why we’ve compiled the following wedding flower advice, so you can take the stress away from this all-important part of your wedding. Read on to find out how to have truly memorable wedding flower arrangements, and how to avoid common wedding flower mistakes.
Be flexible, and look at the big picture
You may have a concrete idea of how you want your flowers to look, but be open to suggestions.… continue reading
Does tattoo removal hurt? If you’re considering getting a tattoo removed or faded, this is undoubtedly a question on your mind. The most advanced process is laser tattoo removal, which requires multiple treatments and can be a painful process.
The decision to get a tattoo removed for your wedding day or any other reason is a big choice to make and one that should be thought through. So let’s look at what you need to know about the procedure, and how much pain is involved to erase the ink!
How does laser tattoo removal work?
Laser surgery for tattoo removal works by using bright pulses of light and directing them over the tattoo to break up the tattoo’s ink or pigment.… continue reading
It used to be that tattoos were a bit of a taboo and something that was not shown in public. But since they’ve become more popular and mainstream, there are more tattoos in areas not easily concealed. Many people now have more that one, even wedding band tattoos!
Even though they are not the big deal they once were, there may be a time when it’s not appropriate to showcase the work of art travelling across your back or down your arm – namely, your wedding.
While you likely love your tattoo and are not the slightest bit ashamed of it, there could be other reasons to consider covering a tattoo for your wedding.… continue reading