• Wedding Day Makeup—Jane Iredale powder foundation
  • Wedding Day Makeup—Jane Iredale bronzer and blush
  • Wedding Day Makeup—Jane Iredale concealer
  • Wedding Day Makeup—Jane Iredale primer
  • Wedding Day Makeup—Jane Iredale eye concealer
It’s going to be a long day, so you’ll need your foundation to provide even, long-lasting coverage. Caked-on foundation is never the answer because it covers up your true beauty. Instead, try sheer products with light-diffusing properties to give your skin a natural, even look. Jane Iredale PurePressed Base hides those pesky pores and fine lines, giving you a flawless look that lasts all day. Planning a summer wedding? It’s water resistant, so it won’t “melt” off in heat and humidity.
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Everyone wants to be a “blushing bride.” The right blush can add dimension and glow to give you a soft, flushed look. Jane Iredale Rose Dawn Bronzer won’t leave you looking overdone or too pink, and the soft, neutral shade will perfectly highlight your cheeks.
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A blemish can really ruin things when you’re going for that whole “perfect-don’t-have-to-do-a-thing-to-myself” look. Don’t panic! An opaque, matte concealer covers and treats blemishes at the same time. Jane Iredale Zap&Hide Blemish Concealer tends to the worst of blemishes, returning you to your naturally flawless state. Just in time for pictures, too!
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Nothing says “beautiful” like a smooth complexion. The right primer can give you a fresh, luminous canvas and make you look as happy as you feel. Try Jane Iredale Smooth Affair Facial Primer & Brightener for a bridal glow that everyone will be talking about. It also controls shine and helps makeup last all day, resulting in an impeccable wedding look from morning to night.
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Endless wedding planning and nerves may have cost you some sleep, but with the right under-eye concealer, no one will know. A nourishing under-eye concealer can hide dark circles and reduce puffiness. Fool everyone with Jane Iredale Active Light Concealer. Its cucumber, white tea extract and buckwheat wax will calm and brighten your tired eyes, making you look like a well-rested bride without a care in the world.
Photography courtesy Jane Iredale

Everyone wants a flawless face for their wedding day. After all, there will probably be more pictures taken of you on this day than any other day of your life. The trick is to look your most beautiful without even trying. So keep your makeup pretty but subtle with a natural look, because—let’s face it—less is sometimes more. Highlighting your best features with the right makeup products can help you achieve an effortlessly striking look that will have all eyes on you! Show off your natural beauty on your big day with these must-have mineral makeup products from our friends at Jane Iredale.

And remember: You’re the bride—treat yourself! Many venues offer wedding-day makeup services for the entire bridal party. If you’re in the Baltimore area, you’re in luck: the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore uses Jane Iredale makeup products, so you’re guaranteed to have a flawlessly applied natural look for your big day.

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2 Comments about On Trend: Natural Wedding-Day Makeup

  1. Hi Ashley –

    Thanks for the product and colour recommendations! We’re always looking for new bridal beauty tips.

    By the way, your skincare line looks fantastic. I imagine it’s ideal for a daily dose of relaxation as part of your bride-to-be beauty routine.

    Thanks again!

  2. I used only Jane Iredale for my make-up in Negril, Jamaica. It was really hot, but still worked beautifully! I used the Liquid Minerals, pressed powder, bronzer, mystokol eye liner, mascara, eye shadow steppes and lip stain with gloss. I handmake organic, toxin-free skincare so my make up has to be clean as well, especially on my wedding day!

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