- Published on Friday, 14 August 2015 08:17
When it comes to making our makeup outstanding, sometimes we need to enlist a little help. Thanks to the world-wide-web, help has never been easier to find, with the blogosphere taking the Internet by storm and beautifying brides-to-be everywhere.
Beauty blogs or vlogs are a one-stop guide for all your beauty needs. From makeup tutorials to all your skincare and hair styling advice - a good blog will make even the most complex beauty trends seem easy.
Your wedding is the one of the biggest days of your life, so it's no wonder you'll want to look your best. But don't worry; we understand that planning your wedding takes up a lot of your time, that's why we've found the 10 best beauty blogs for your wedding.
Beauty Is Boring
Don't let the name fool you - Robin Black is a makeup artist who has worked her magic on some of Hollywood's finest ladies; Olivia Wilde, Eva Mendes and more! She has also worked with renowned publications Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, and Marie Claire. Her blog is a detailed photo diary of step-by-step beauty techniques to help you re-create some killer looks.
Elizabeth Dehn is a beauty writer and self-described 'detox junkie' who provides no nonsense reviews and DIY tutorials. Her methods are all-natural and she favours household items and chemical-free fixes for all your skin problems.
A braid savant and the hairstylist Queen, Amber Fillerup Clark's mermaid style hair has offered up some of the Internets best hair inspiration.Covering all your hair styling needs she will teach you how to care for and style your tresses.
Beauty Banter's Sarah Howard gives you a sneak peak inside the makeup bags of some of the industry's finest, along with interviews and celebrity how-to's.
Life With Me
Marianna Hewitt is an on-air beauty host who can show you how to do chic manicures and five-minute makeup along with recipes for antioxidant-rich smoothies and beauty superfoods.
Legendary British vlogger Tanya Burr has a You Tube channel that's enviable to even the most talented vloggers or bloggers. She is honest in her reviews and will show you first-hand what you can accomplish by following her beauty tips.
Politics of Pretty
For a fresh perspective on everything new in hair, makeup, skin and nail trends, Kara Manos has all the industry breakdowns of what's hot and what's not.
She's In The Glow
What's not to love about the graphic layout and clean design of Annie Atkinson’s, She’s In The Glow, which highlights inspiring editorials from the beauty world, as well as Atkinson’s own magazine-like features on under-the-radar brands and new products on the market.
Cult of Pretty
Looking past the hype, Cult of Pretty author Ann Colville Somma introduces you to lesser-known products that make up for popularity in effectiveness.
This extremely well-informed consumer will admit she's no makeup artist, but Teni Panosian has a knack for makeup tricks that prove you don't need to be an expert to weave magic.
If you're planning your own wedding and need to find a makeup artist then take a look at our massive online directory of makeup artists from all over Australia
About The Author
April Davis is a young Melbourne based writer and blogger working in magazine publishing. With a degree in professional writing and publishing, her writing has an equal dose of heart and humour.
If you'd like to see more of April's work you can find her at A Beautiful Mess Me