A FINE RO­MANCE Ex­pert hair and make-up ad­vice for look­ing flaw­less on your big day

Happy is the bride the sun shines on, and hap­pier still is she who ra­di­ates nat­u­ral love­li­ness in the pret­ti­est per­fume, make-up and ac­ces­sories. By Katy Young & Siân Ranscombe

Town & Country (UK) - - CONTENTS -

COUN­TRY WED­DING

Ru­ral brides should keep the pal­ette soft. En­hance fresh, dewy skin with a dust­ing of pink blush to the ap­ples of the cheeks, and a dab of lip colour on the Cupid’s bow. Fol­low the ex­am­ple of Pippa Mid­dle­ton at her Buck­le­bury wed­ding, or the soignée chef Laura Jack­son who mar­ried on a Cor­nish beach, and gather your locks in a chignon, kept in place with a styling spray such as Oribe’s Swept Up, which pro­vides both vol­ume and hold in stiff breezes.

TOWN WED­DING

The modern city bride is chic, her taste ex­quis­ite, her style un­der­stated. Es­chew heavy foun­da­tions for just a lit­tle con­cealer to re­veal your lit-from-within skin; a look per­fected by Ari­zona Muse at her Lon­don nup­tials. Add el­e­gance with a state­ment lip­stick, such as Chanel’s Rouge Al­lure in In­can­tev­ole or Chante­caille’s Lip Sleek in Flamingo. Fi­nally, al­low your ro­man­tic side to flour­ish with a spritz of flo­ral fra­grance.

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