We recently asked some of Ireland's leading hair and beauty experts to create some inspiring bridal beauty looks, and were not disappointed. From Hollywood glam to soft and subtle, there's something for everyone.

Makeup: "I went for a glamorous bridal look with sultry, smokey eyes using rose gold tones. I then contoured and highlighted to make the facial features pop. I kept it soft and glossy on the lips." - Siobhán Brady of Luxe Salon & Academy, Nenagh

Hair: "I chose a Hollywood-style updo. It's strong, full of glamour and perfect all year round. This style works great on both blondes and brunettes." - Ashley of Your Wedding Hairdresser

Makeup: "I gave Krystal a very subtle, soft smokey eye using matte cool brown shades. The block technique I used is a little different from the norm at the moment, as I concentrated the darker colours at the lash line and gradually diffused up with lighter shadows. I paired all this with the ever-popular pinky nude lip." - Stacey of Making Faces

Hair: "Krystal's hair was half up, half down with a fishtail braid around the back. I kept the waves soft - a popular style with brides who want a boho feel." - Sandra of Hair by Sandra Maher

Makeup: "There is definition on all features of the face from a palette of soft, blush pinks to tarnished golds. I used a baby pink on the apples of the cheeks and a peachy/pink lip. It's natural and flattering - the ultimate pretty bridal look." - Nicki of Makeup by Nicki Fanning

Hair: "For Louise's look, I went for a very boho, textured pony. I then added this fab Folkster hairpiece for some extra glam." - Doireann of Hair by Doireann

Makeup: "Using a raspberry lip stain and gloss to match, I created a refreshing sheer, colourful lip for Krystal - perfect for summer brides. I added a slick of black liner to the top lash line and some individual lashes to emphasise and slightly exaggerate her 'vampy' almond eye shape." - Stacey of Making Faces

Hair: "For this loo,k I went with a classic French twist, with a more modern feel. I created plenty of texture in the hair to soften the style a little." - Sandra of Hair by Sandra Maher

Makeup: This look if for braver brides who want a more dramatic vibe. I still kept it bridal by using all neutral tones of warm chocolate browns. While it's strong, it's also very diffused and soft, so it has a romantic feel rather than a Saturday night look." - Nicki of Makeup by Nicki Fanning

Hair: I went for a more romantic look with a softer, loose wave and a side-swept parting." - Doireann of Hair by Doireann

Makeup: "For Louise, I chose to go for a fresh bridal look with an emphasis on dewy, glowing skin and a pop of colour on the lips." - Siobhán Brady of Luxe Salon & Academy, Nenagh

Hair: "I went with a low, textured pony. This style is soft and relaxed - perfect for a spring/summer wedding. The style complements all face shapes, but works best on lighter hair tones." - Ashley of Your Wedding Hairdresser

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