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The Bridal Beauty Trends 2019 Brides Will Be Wearing Down the Aisle

The Bridal Beauty Trends 2019 Brides Will Be Wearing Down the Aisle

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No wedding dress is complete without the right hair and makeup to finish the look. And whether you're newly engaged or have hair and makeup trials on the horizon, all the beauty inspiration you need was spotted at Spring 2019's Bridal Fashion Week.

Similar to the wedding dress trends of the season, royals were on the mind when it came to hair. From Theia to Romona Keveza, the hair accessory of choice was the iconic tiara atop regal chignons-and it didn't stop there. Classic was the name of the (hair) game at Monique Lhuillier and Amsale, while barely-there makeup reigned supreme at Watters and Lela Rose. (We spy some potential hair and makeup inspo for Meghan Markle's big day!)

On the other end of the spectrum, it was all about being bold and embracing your inner rock star with statement-making beauty looks you can't miss. Case in point: The faux-hawks and metallic makeup at Naeem Khan. Other standouts include the sleek ponytails and silver lids at Berta, boho hair at Reem Acra, and vivid flower crowns at Wtoo by Watters.

Bridal Fashion Week certainly didn't disappoint when it came to hair and makeup, and there's a beauty trend for every kind of bride. Keep scrolling to see the can't-miss bridal beauty trends from Spring 2019's Bridal Fashion Week.

Royal and Romantic

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A tiara-adorned updo worthy of any royal affair.

Above: Wedding dress by Theia

Courtesy of David's Bridal

Bouncy hair with curled ends is simple yet so gorgeous.

Above: Wedding dress by db Studio by David's Bridal

Courtesy of Romona Keveza

A glamorous tiara and super-long veil call for a classic updo.

Wedding dress by Romona Keveza

Barely-There Glow

Alyssa Greenberg

It doesn't get more timeless than natural makeup that shows off skin's gorgeous glow.

Above: Wedding dress by Monique Lhuillier

Masato Onoda

Dab a little highlighter on the high points of your face to amp up a lit-from-within radiance.

Above: Wedding dresses by Watters

Erin Baiano

Keep it simple yet modern: Complement a beautiful complexion with a shimmer-packed rosy hue-like any of the sultry shades from Huda Beauty's Mauve Obsessions eyeshadow palette-over the lids.

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Above: Wedding dress by Lela Rose Bridal

Modern Ponytails

Alyssa Greenberg

Update a traditional low pony with a couple of cornrows, a hair-wrapped base, and sleek ends.

Above: Wedding dress by Berta

Courtesy of Galia Lahav

Play up a glamorous dress with an open back by wearing a long, S-wave ponytail.

Above: Wedding dress by Galia Lahav

Erin Baiano

Accessorize a textured ponytail with a dramatic velvet bow for a romantic touch.

Wedding dress by Lela Rose Bridal

Sleek Blowout

Courtesy of DB Studio

Keep hair smooth with a center part and adorn the minimalist look with a dainty hair accessory.

Above: Wedding dress by DB Studio by David's Bridal

Courtesy of Hayley Paige

Show off short hair with a smooth blowout that grazes your shoulders and a minimalist veil.

Above: Wedding dress by Hayley Paige

Courtesy of Allison Webb

If you think wearing your hair down will cover your face, think again. Tuck straight strands behind your ears to accentuate your cheekbones and show off that bridal glow.

Above: Wedding dress by Allison Webb

Vibrant Makeup

Alyssa Greenberg

Liven up your reception makeup with a bold pop of silver across your lids and inky black mascara.

Above: Wedding dress by Berta

Alyssa Greenberg

Embrace your inner rock star with a hint of bold eyeliner, glossy lids, and a metallic lip color.

Above: Wedding dress by Naeem Khan

Courtesy of Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood/Paolo Colaiocco

For the fashion-loving bride, a red lip and bold brows are a must.

Above: Wedding dress by Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood

Statement Hair

Thomas Concordia

No flower headpiece is complete without textured, lived-in hair. For the ultimate boho bridal beach waves, spritz a generous dose of Rene Furterer vegetal texture spray.

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Above: Wedding dress by Reem Acra

Statement Hair

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The models at Naeem Khan proved that a rock 'n' roll bride can stun by embracing larger-than-life hair on her big day.

Above: Wedding dress by Naeem Khan

If you're going to rock a flower crown, wear your hair up and use bright blooms in every color under the sun.

Wedding dress by Wtoo by Watters

Chic Chignon

Alyssa Greenberg

You can never go wrong with a classic chignon-the key is to keep it low and style a soft center part.

Above: Wedding dress by Monique Lhuillier

Courtesy of Legends by Romona Keveza

Adding volume to the crown balances a low bun and looks beautiful with a higher neckline.

Above: Wedding dress by Legends by Romona Keveza

Alyssa Greenberg

Update the classic chignon by focusing on texture and placing the bun higher.

Above: Wedding dress by Amsale

Bold Lipstick

Courtesy of Galia Lahav

For the makeup-obsessed bride, a red lip is always a good idea.

Above: Wedding dress by Galia Lahav

Courtesy of Blush by Hayley Paige

Whether you wear it for the ceremony, the reception, or both-a vibrant fuschia hue looks gorgeous against darker skin tones.

Above: Wedding dress by Blush by Hayley Paige

Courtesy of Truly by Zac for David's Bridal

Wear a deep burgundy shade of lipstick to top off a glamorous makeup look.

Above: Wedding dress by Truly by Zac Posen for David's Bridal


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