Wedding Makeup and Hairstyle Inspiration from Celebrities

Keira Knightley
Your makeup artist thinks: Low-key makeup, glowing skin

"If the bride brings a photo of Keira, that means she wants a nude lip and smoky eyes," says Jennie Fresa of Jennie Fresa Beauty Library, in Clinton, CT. "Nude lips can be a challenge, because if they come across too pale on camera she'll look washed out. So instead of beige, I'll use a pinky nude color and gloss. I also stay away from black or charcoal gray on the eyes—it looks too harsh on a bride. For a soft smoky eye, I use bronze or amethyst shadow, with false lashes for added drama."

Products to try: Trish McEvoy Essential Pencil in Barely There, $25,; Ardell DuraLash Flare, $3.50,

Photo: Fairchild Archive


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