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Wedding Lashes – What are your options?

Wedding Lashes – What are your options?

One of the things I love most about being a wedding make-up artist is that every bride is different.

Every woman has her own style and idea of how she wants to look on the biggest day of her life. Sometimes I have brides who don’t really wear much make-up and the thought of wearing false eye lashes can be daunting. Even brides who might wear make-up regularly may be concerned about the eye lash situation on their wedding day. I am going to break down the various options to get amazing looking lashes, and help you choose the best option for you!

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1. Strip Eyelashes

This is the option that most of my brides go for, I include premium strip lashes with all wedding make- ups. When choosing strip lashes, it is important to choose natural looking lashes with an invisible band so that they blend seamlessly into your own. I love the “demi-wispies” style for bridal make-up and use Primalash or Ardell brands. Waterproof eyelash glue is essential, I recommend the Revlon lash glue which is both waterproof and latex-free. Go for the clear version rather than black. If your hands are a bit unsteady, the black can get everywhere and is difficult to remove! Strip lashes are applied after your eye make-up is finished, either before or after mascara.

2. Individual Eyelashes

These are the small clusters of 3 – 6 lashes that are applied using a stronger glue. They are sometimes called “weekend” lashes as they can stay on for 2-3 days. Lashes come in short, medium, or long lengths. They can look very natural if you apply just a few, or you can layer them up for a bolder look. I prefer to use black glue with these lashes, the clear glue can look shiny or flaky. Individual lashes can be applied the day before your wedding, but I would recommend having them applied the morning of if possible just in case any fall off.

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3. Semi-permanent Eyelash Extensions

Another popular choice with my brides! These lashes can look natural or dramatic, depending on what you want. Initial application takes 1.5 – 2 hours. Every single one of your lashes are isolated with tweezers while a single lash extension is applied using an incredibly strong glue. Ideal for wearing on your honeymoon as they lasts for weeks. You can get these applied 2-3 days before your wedding. Always have a patch test 48 hours prior to application to be sure you don’t react to the glue. Check out my “Do’s and Don’ts” article on my website for more information.

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4. Lash Lift and Tint

This is a treatment that is growing in popularity, and is also known as “LVL” lashes. It involves lifting the lashes using a perming technique, followed by tinting. You will look as if you are wearing mascara. It is a fabulous option if you don’t want to wear false lashes on the day. You can have lash lifting done up to a week before your wedding for best results. It takes around 40 minutes, and you will require a patch test 48 hours before. Another great option for having beautiful honeymoon lashes!

I hope this has been a helpful article! I provide all of these services, so if you have any questions, please get in touch. Email for all of your beauty questions!

Vicky xxx

Mobile wedding make-up artist and hair stylist covering Liverpool, Wirral, Cheshire, Lancashire, St Helens, Widnes. Fresh, natural, radiant bridal makeup in your home or chosen venue.
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Vicky King

Vicky King

Vicky has been a professional hair and makeup artist since 2003. She began Glamorama Makeup in 2011 and has glammed up many brides ever since! She has been named #1 in the Top Five MUAs in Liverpool by Vicky has contributed to Your Cheshire and Merseyside Wedding magazine and online magazine Purple Revolver.

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