Bridal Looks On-Location

“We want to enhance the bride’s natural features,” say Meryl Schwartz of Ashimoto Essential Beauty and Kelsey Harker. “Her hair and makeup should look beautiful, while still being herself.”

Makeup: Meryl Schwartz of Ashimoto Essential Beauty at Dolce Viso Salon
Hair: 
Kelsey Harker
Model: Rachel Scott of Wilhemina
Bouquets: PMK Floral Arts
Location: The Garrison
Jewelry: David's Bridal and Dolce Viso Salon
Styling: Rejena Carmichael
Photos: Rick Bard

Elegant Bride.

“With any long-sleeve or high-neck gown, it’s a good idea to choose makeup & hair that highlight the details of the dress. We did a soft romantic updo with loose curls and added an old Hollywood flair with a deep side part. I did classic demure makeup with lots of pinks and blushes and used dewy foundation for a radiant glow to her face.” (Gown: Lucia Rodriguez, LW4710)

Hair: Halo Beauty, Makeup: Ashimoto, Gown: Lucia Rodriguez (LW4710)

Hair: Halo Beauty, Makeup: Ashimoto, Gown: Eve of Milady (348)Deep Romance.

“The glamorous beaded gown & dramatic earrings called for this 1920’s-meets-modern-day look. I prepped her hair with Push powder & volume spray from Big Sexy Hair, teased and curled each section, and pinned up flowing pieces for a voluminous side swept look. For sultry makeup, I did a smokey eye with plum brown eye shadows, paired with a plum bold lip.” (Gown: Eve of Milady, 348)

Hair: Halo Beauty, Makeup: Ashimoto, Gown: Oleg Cassini (CWG568)Timeless & Classic.

“This classic strapless blush bridal gown called for a more natural hairstyle and makeup. We left her hair down with loose curls and used a nude palette on her eyes. To add brightness to her look, I used blush on her cheeks and a pink pouty lip.” (Gown: Oleg Cassini, CWG568)

Hair: Halo Beauty, Makeup: Ashimoto, Gown: Lucia Rodriguez (LW4700)Meryl & Kelsey's Bridal Beauty Tips

Prep Your Hair & Face ... “A week before the wedding, do a deep conditioning treatment on your hair and a sugar scrub on your lips, face, and body,  for a beautiful wedding glow.”

Touch Up With Clear Powder  ... "After a night of dancing and sweating, if you use a colored powder for touching up, it can make your face look dirty in photos. Opt for clear powder.”

Prep Your Hair & Face ... “You’re going to be looking at these photos forever. So rather than getting a trendy look, opt for something classic.”