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3 Secrets to the Perfect Bridal Lashes

False lashes may not be your go-to for your everyday glam, but you might be thinking about incorporating them for your big day! Depending on the type of lashes you choose and how they are applied, we can create everything from a minimal, natural lash to a bold, dramatic look! They’re a super easy way to make your “I Do” makeup glamorous and special.

One thing about lashes is that they also photograph beautifully! “False lashes can make your eyes look lifted, open, and enhance your natural eye shape,” explains Chicago-based makeup artist Branden Melear.

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1. Maximize your Eye Shape!

When it comes to finding THE look for your lashes, details matter. Flawless lashes say a lot about a person so it’s important that they are long-lasting and stay curled for the whole day. We take careful consideration and time to piece together the perfect shape for your eyes and full glam.

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‎2. Water-Resistant Mascara

Dabbing on a tiny bit of mascara at the root of the lash hairs will help them blend in better. Waterproof mascara is always best in case the happy tears start flowing!

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3. Lash Trial

Whatever way you choose to go with your lashes, if you’re wanting false lashes done for your wedding, schedule a lash trial with us to have a test run beforehand! Most people are okay with wearing false lashes, but many are not and for them the lashes can feel heavy on the eye and may cause irritation and watery eyes. Maybe you’re just unsure of which lash will be perfect for you - Either way, we can find the perfect look for you!

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Ready to get all dolled up? Book an appointment and get your bridal party ready for the big day with The Styling Stewardess now!


  1. Laura Albarracin Photo by: Ushna Khan Photography

  2. Rachel Meaders Photo by: Ellen Ashton Photography

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  5. Mindy Stanton Photo by: John Cain Photography

  6. Laura Albarracin Photo by: Ushna Khan Photography

  7. Megan Hooper Photo by: Bay Productions

  8. Carley Haizlip Photo by: Max Marlow Co.


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