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Bridal Beauty Tips from Pronovias

 Pronovias is one of our favorite wedding dress designers + we’re so excited to be partnering with them throughout this year, bringing you lots of fun features + recaps after their upcoming runway shows in Barcelona + New York! Our first feature focuses on bridal beauty, a topic you’ve all asked about quite a bit lately. Earlier this month, celebrity makeup artist, Pati Dubroff, hosted a masterclass at the Pronovias NYC Flagship store and created a few distinct bridal makeup looks to complement Atelier Pronovias 2016 gowns.
Below, you’ll see the gorgeous Cosmopolitan + Classic bridal looks she created, and get her tips on how you can achieve a similar style for yourself for your big day!


 Using the Vicenta Gown for the Cosmopolitan beauty look, Pati focused on a rich berry lip and a nude eye with subtle contouring. This sultry style was a perfect match for the gown’s sexy crepe mermaid shape, nude details and sheer illusion tulle bodice.


Inspired by the Ianira Gown for a Classic bridal style, Pati went with peachy golden tones and soft smoky eyes. The Ianira’s sleeveless satin A-line silhouette, full skirt, and bateau neckline was an ideal mate for such a timeless + beautiful bridal look.

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