Sure, you know by now: being a bride-to-be comes with a whole lotta prep work. But looking back at all those pics + memories, it’s totally worth every second. And considering your wedding is really one big ‘ol photo op—a gorgeous smile is probably pretty high on that must-have list.
From a pretty pout to a sparkling smile, we thought we’d share some tips for a stunning smile in this fun shoot we whipped up. Read on and try it out for yourself, and don’t forget to add Crest 3D White Whitestrips Luxe Supreme FlexFit to your bridal beauty routine.
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Prep your pout. Exfoliate your lips for a smooth basis before color. We chose The Lip Scrub in Vanilla Bean.
Get gorgeous color. While you may want to stick with a soft lip color on your big day, it’s handy to have a bold shade or two for all those fun events leading up to the wedding itself. This shoot was so bright + cheerful we just had to find lip colors that would pop. Lime Crimes Countessa Florescent + Lime Crime Velvetines in Suede Berry did the trick.
Seal the deal. Who can live without lip balm? Find an intensely hydrating balm like Tatcha GOLD Camellia Nourishing Lip Balm to give lips a little TLC before, during, and post-wedding.
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Photography: Scott Clark Photo / Styling & Design: 100 Layer Cake / Hair & Makeup: Fiore Beauty / Location: Land Yacht Studios / Long red/fuchsia dress: Badly Mischka via Rent the Runway / Short patterned dress: Kate Spade via Rent the Runway
Compensation for this post was provided by Crest via AOL Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Crest or AOL.