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By Erin Williams

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The Bohemian Bride is unconventional, choosing bold artistic colors and the texture of glossy glosses. A Bohemian wedding would have a combination of funky flowers and glowing candles. This bride’s makeup would be as unexpected as the décor.

Eyes:
Tony & Tina Therapeutic Eye Base. We all know that no bride sleeps well the night before her wedding. This base evens out discoloration under the eyes and helps to reduce and camouflage fine lines. Remember ladies, there will be close-up pictures as well.

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Tony & Tina Cosmic Light Formula. Try Vortex for an enchanting emerald shimmer. Green is the most underused eye shadow. With the right shade for your skin tone you can make brown eyes pop and blue eyes sparkle with oceanic hues. Go for a dusting across the lid and just under the bottom lashes.

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Tony & Tina Herbal Eye Pencil and Mascara. We recommend black liner, but the Olive shade works if you don’t need strong definition. Mascara should always be applied subtly at first, adding and smudging where you need it for your particular eye shape and size. It’s also the first step in creating drop dead gorgeous lashes.

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Kevin Aucoin Lash Curling Mascara. The protein based formula won’t flake or smudge, but it will plump up and lengthen your lashes and even give them a little curl. All eye products available at www.sephora.com

Cheeks:
Benefit Powder. You wanna take it easy here with a light dusting. A fairer skinned beauty should go for Georgia, which warms your complexion. Darker skinned babes opt for Hoola, giving you a more bronzed Hawaiian sun-kissed look. Comes with its own brush, too!

Available at www.benefitcosmetics.com

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Lips:
Bloom Lipglaze. This super hydrating gloss comes in 12 different colors. Choose a subtle shimmer or a full on glaze for a polished but not too made up mouth.

Available at www.sephora.com

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Fragrance:
Hanae Mori Women’s Eau de Toilette. Hanae Mori, the great lady of Japanese fashion and Parisian haute couture, introduced this fragrance in 1996. This subtle composition of berries and flowers with a distinctive tone of strawberries and almond make this a classy, winning alternative to patchouli.

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Available at www.neimanmarcus.com

Originally published May 2004
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