The 7 Post-Wedding Beauty Products You Can’t Forget to Pack


With all the planning and prep that goes into creating your hair and makeup look for the big day, it’s easy to lose sight of what you’ll need to do once the party is over. Even if you had a great planner at your disposal, you’re back to your own devices once the cake is cut, and the band wraps up. And since here at BRIDES we’re all about learning new ways to de-stress for your wedding weekend, we’ve rounded up a few of the beauty essentials to toss in your toiletry bag to help make any post-wedding festivities, like an after-party or Sunday brunch, a total breeze. Below are seven specifics you can’t forget to pack in your wedding bag.

1. Creamy, Hydrating Face Cleanser
The free hotel bar soap isn’t going to cut it when it comes to washing off your wedding day makeup. “Not only are you wearing heavier makeup than you normally would, your skin is probably going to look a bit red and blotchy after a night of drinking,” says Suzy Gerstein of Honey Artists. “Sunday Riley’s Blue Moon Tranquility Cleansing Balm starts off as a thicker balm, but then turns into a gentle, milky formula as you rub it onto your skin. It effortlessly removes makeup, dirt and irritants while plumping your skin with cocoa butter and good-for-you oils at the same time.” (“Blue Moon Tranquility” cleansing balm, $50, Sunday Riley available at Sephora)

2. Strong Eye Makeup Remover
If your makeup artist is any good, he or she does everything in their power to make sure your eye makeup doesn’t slip and slide throughout the day with budge-proof primers, long-lasting shadows and liner, waterproof mascara, plus literal glue for your lashes. And as thankful as you are that your makeup look stays in place as you tearily make it through your vows, “you don’t want to cause a bad eye infection by leaving your eye makeup on overnight,” notes Sonia Kashuk, celebrity makeup artist and founder of Sonia Kashuk Beauty. “Before washing your face, make sure to take extra care removing makeup around your eyes by soaking a cotton ball with Sonia Kashuk Eye Makeup Remover and softly dab away shadow, mascara and lash glue. If your lids are feeling raw or sensitive in the process, use a little olive oil to help give the makeup some slick and moisturize your skin at the same time.” (Eye makeup remover, $10, Sonia Kashuk available at Target)


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