Your wedding hair and makeup should reveal a more polished version of your everyday self, not make you look like a complete stranger to your guests. (So unless you're Dolly Parton, that means ixnay on the six layers of foundation and ten pounds of hair extensions.) We took four brides to New York City's Chris Chase Salon, where the pros gave them wedding-ready looks, using their everyday hair-and-makeup routines as inspiration.

Wedding-day makeup: Make-up artist Jessica Riley created a more dramatic version of Cheryl's usual eye makeup by using an intense shade of plum shadow, lining Cheryl's inner and outer lash lines with a black eye pencil, and adding a few individual false eyelashes. Cheryl's cheeks were dusted with a subtle, pinky blush, and her lips were lined and filled with a flesh-toned lip liner. "You should always balance a 'smoky' eye with a neutral lip and face," says Jessica.

MAC shadow in Nocturnelle, $14.50

Photo: Robert Mitra

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