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Beauty insight for the big day is on every bride’s mind, so we sat down with Oklahoma makeup artists Melissa and Ashlynn of Atherial Makeup and Skin Studio to bring you the 411 on the latest bridal beauty tips and trends! Read on for their expert advice to make sure you’re every bit the blushing bride on your wedding day!

Q. What advice do you have for a bride trying to find the right look for her day?

A. We encourage our brides to stay true to herself. Choose a look that is you kicked up a notch (or maybe two!). Have pictures ready to show your artist/stylist. Together, you can choose a look that is most complementary for you.

Q. Do you recommend doing a trial run before the big day?

A. Always do a trial run for hair and makeup! Coordinate your engagement or bridal photography session with your trial. This will allow you to see how the makeup and hair photographs. Also, try to do your trial earlier in the day so you can see how the makeup wears. Take note of any changes you may want to make and let your artist/stylist know. Never be afraid to suggest the changes you want to make. This is your day! We want you to love the way you look!

Q. What beauty trends do you predict for this Fall/Winter?

A. Fresh, clean and romantic describe the fall beauty trends for the upcoming season. Glowing skin with a hint of blush and a pop of color on the lips is perfect for any bride.

Q. What should a bride to do prepare for her wedding?

A. This can be a stressful time, so take care of your skin. Treat yourself to facials leading up to your wedding. Your last facial should be about a week before your big day.

Q. What is the most important beauty and/or hair product every bride should have?

A. Everyone in the wedding party should have a lipstick they love ready for touchups throughout the event.

Q. Any other insider tips you have for brides-to-be?

A. Ladies, this is your day! Relax and have fun! Let us pamper you and help keep you carefree and beautiful!

Photos 3 & 4: Picturesque Photos by Amanda | 5: Ely Fair Photography | 6: Hope Photography