Whether you're newly engaged or looking for beauty inspiration, Bridal Fashion Week brought us a handful of gorgeous bridal beauty trends for fall 2018. Feast your eyes on the looks we loved below.
Gone are the days of the sleek low bun—meet the modern twist on the classic chignon.
Adorned with white florals, Creative Director of Glamsquad Giovanni Vaccaro coiffed models' hair into a center-parted chignon boasting lived-in teture for what he dubbed the fresh, "non-bridal bridal" updo.
Moroccanoil Artistic Director Kevin Hughes created two hair looks at Monique Lhuillier and notes that the key to perfecting the laid-back style is to finish the style with a light misting of dry texture spray.
Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld
The unexpected bridal beauty trend: a statement-making pout we can't get enough of.
A semi-matte lipstick enhances a shade's boldness while feeling seamlessly comfortable on the lips. With 23 colors and long-wearing pigment, you can't go wrong with Bite Beauty Matte Crème Lip Crayon ($24).
Blackberry shades can actually make your teeth look whiter and effortlessly compliment a glamorous updo.
We've said it once and we'll say it again: You can rock a red lip on your big day.
Say goodbye to oversized blooms and large flower crowns because it's all about barely-there florals in your hair.
Hughes accentuated a textured half-up style with subtle baby's breath and a cascading bow.
Stunning floral ear cuffs paved the way for Vaccaro's finishing romantic touch: A chignon adorned with tiny blooms.
Consider this baby's breath wreath the new flower crown.
Neutral lips and beautiful hair are the perfect counterparts for a radiant complexion.
Kevyn Aucoin Director of Global Artistry, Viviana Martin primed skin with The Sensual Skin Primer ($52) to create the base for the barely-there glow.
Whether you opt for an updo or soft curls, rose-flushed cheeks and a touch of highlighter always make for a beautiful makeup look.
Gorgeously defined lashes, brushed out brows, and nude lips enhanced the no makeup makeup look at Lela Rose.
Glam and boho brides alike can agree: Tousled waves embody effortless beauty and can work for all hair types.
Sachin + Babi
Before passing hair through a flat iron to define beachy waves, hair was prepped with Aveda Texture Tonic ($25) and finger-dried using the Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer. The result: Unfussy, bridal-worthy waves.
The secret to perfecting no-heat waves backstage at Reem Acra was to French braid models' hair and let it sit for an hour before unraveling plaits to reveal beautiful, lived-in texture.
Mane master Hughes credits the argan-oil infused Moroccanoil Treatment for manageable strands and long-lasting shine. The versatile product works wonders on all hair types and gives this laid-back hairstyle a refined finish.