Guide to Luscious Wedding Day LipsWords by Sara Happ
Photos courtesy of Sara Happ
Sara Happ believes you’ll never smile more than on your wedding day, so you need to make sure your lips are ready for their close up! We tried Sara Happ's lip products and couldn't believe our lips! Read more about their product offerings below...
Lip expert, Sara Happ, made the first-ever lip scrub, the first-ever clay lip mask, and the first-ever painless lip plumper. Sara's newest launch is the Let's Glow Lip Illuminator - a highlighter meant specifically for your lips! Sara focuses 100% on lips. She's even trademarked "The Lip Expert" because it's what she lives and breathes.
Get the perfect pout for your wedding day with the following steps from Sara:
- “Scrub your lips to reveal your natural lip color! Everyone has a layer of dry, greyish dead skin over their lips that keep their natural beauty from shining through. Use The Lip Scrub on the morning of your wedding and watch as the term ‘blushing bride’ comes to life. Your brightened lip color will help enhance the glow of your entire face! I recommend that everyone scrubs their lips every day no matter what, but your wedding day is especially important.
- Use Plump + Prime, my painless lip plumper that also airbrushes your lips and preps them for lip color. A few swipes of this “pretty filter” for your lips and your color will last all day and all night!
- Top off the look with my best-selling Lip Slip in the original cashmere-cream glossy balm. It enhances your natural lip color and throws light around! Or, try one of my Lip Slip Gloss shades. My favorites are pink and rose gold! I also believe that fuchsia is neutral, so go for it.
- Highlight your pout with my new Let’s Glow Lip Illuminators. Formulated with reflective, ultra-filling light spheres and nourishing sweet almond oil, your lips stay hydrated while projecting high-impact shine. Plus, the pearl and golden shades are designed to complement both fair and deeper skin tones. Swipe the applicator across your cupid’s bow, blending into your upper lip line. Apply a dot to the center of your bottom lip and blend. The pearl shade amps your lips with ethereal, pinkish light, while the golden shade offers a dewy, bronzy glow.”
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