Voillette from White Toronto. Photo by Alvaro Goveia. Hair and makeup by Michelle Rosen. Styling by Tara Williams. Nails by Leeanne Colley, Tips Nail Bar/P1M.ca.

We love the idea of matching eyes to your nails, especially when talking about subtle washes of colour. Shimmering shades of lilac and hydrangea make eyes shine. Complementary shades are used on nails, which are painted to resemble a Monet masterpiece.

Photo via Maybelline New York Canada.

From Canadian design label Ashtini’s Spring 2016 show, this look is soft and subtle with the palest shell pink used on eyes, cheeks and lips to give just a blush of colour.

Photo via Sally Hansen.

Creamy pastel shades for nails are hot for brides, says Madeline Poole, global colour ambassador for Sally Hansen. “For bridal looks, I like playing with sheer tones like pale pink, baby blue or butter yellow,” says Poole, who did these nails for Prabal Gurung’s Spring 2016 show.

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There was a ‘70s vibe happening at the Diane Von Furstenberg Spring 2016 runway show and the makeup look was a standout of the season. Models sported a combo of colours on their eyes: lilac, blue and green. This high-style look is picture-perfect bridal beauty inspo.

Dress by Inbal Dror from White Toronto. Flowers by Mint Lola at The Loved One. Silk vine by David Dunkley Fine Millinery. Earrings by Marie Elena from Kleinfeld Hudson’s Bay.

For a smokier take on the watercolour makeup trend, play with shades of warm moss, olive or sage tones. Pair with a nearly nude lipcolour and pretty white and pink nails with a rosette motif for a standout bridal beauty look.