How to Look Your Best in Wedding Photos\\nStunning styles and expert tips for a wedding-day photo finish\\nPhoto Tip: \\"Add a little bit of wave to your hair. It adds softness and always looks good in pictures,\\" says NYC stylist Ted Gibson. \\"And the simpler the style, the better.\\"\\n\\n\\n\\nOn him: Suit, shirt and bow tie by [Valentino](http://www.valentino.com). Ring by [A. Jaffe](http://www.ajaffe.com).\\nPhoto Tip: Pushing your tongue against the roof of your mouth helps make the area under your chin firm up and your neck look longer, says Waring: \\"It’s a classic model trick.\\"\\n\\nDress by [Alberta Ferretti](http://www.albertaferretti.com). Earrings by [Dean Harris](http://www.deanharris.net). Our pick for bridal-hair perfection in the great outdoors: Kiehl’s Stylist Series Climate-Proof, Shine-Enhancing Non-Aerosol Spray.\\nPhoto Tip: Beware of the blah factor, and ditch your beige lipstick. Yes, it looks fab for everyday, but it will wash you out in photos.\\n\\nBlouse by [Max Studio](http://www.maxstudio.com). Earrings by [Jennifer Herwitt](http://www.jherwitt.com). Mirrored compact from [Zitomer](http://www.zitomer.com). Lip brush by [Sephora](http://www.sephora.com).\\nPhoto Tip: A soft, close-to-skin-toned nail polish shade will make fingers look longer; a touch of shimmer adds a festive appeal. Bonus points: Shimmer or sparkle-shot formulas are tougher and longer lasting than creams.\\n\\nSwimsuit by [Carmen Marc Valvo](http://www.carmenmarcvalvo.com). Turban by [Jennifer Behr](http://www.jenniferbehr.com). Earrings from Ilene Chazanof, 212-254-5564.\\nPhoto Tip: Drinking through a straw helps keep lipstick on longer.\\n\\nDress by [Y + Kei](http://www.yandkei.com). Earrings by [Jennifer Herwitt](http://www.jherwitt.com).