The Fall Wedding Makeup Inspo You Need, Courtesy Of Your Favorite Celebs

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If you're the kind of person who enjoys planning a wedding, chances are you've started an inspiration board (or five) for the big day. And while a few of them, like your color scheme or dress ideas, probably came together pretty easily, there are some aspects of your wedding that often prove a little more difficult to find *just* the right kind of inspiration. For many, that often includes the beauty look. But of course, as with most things, there's plenty of celeb inspo floating around out there to ensure there are enough options for everyone to copy — yes, even when it comes to fall wedding makeup inspiration.

No matter your style or color scheme, there's a look out there for all brides to emulate. Minimalists searching for something simple will fall head over heels with this Yara Shahidi look by makeup artist Emily Cheng, while those wanting to do something a little more bold will obsess over Alessandra Ambrosio's red lipstick and glowing skin combination that Patrick Ta flawlessly created. And, of course, there's more inspiration to be had for every style in between.

Ready to lock in your beauty look once and for all? Keep scrolling for fall wedding makeup ideas to add to your mood board, stat.

Rosy All Over

Classic brides will love the rosy shades of this look, which sticks to a consistent color scheme throughout and makes for a pretty addition to a wedding dress of any color. Once the foundation of your makeup is set, all you need for this is a pink, matte lipstick and a slightly pink blush and eyeshadow in a less saturated shade.

Chic Cat-Eye

Pati Dubroff's makeup for Margot Robbie at the 2018 Critic's Choice Awards is perfect for brides who are going for French-girl chic. The makeup artist used Chanel's Longwear Intense Cream Eyeliner in "65 - Hyperblack" to create the actor's cat-eye, and finished the look with a shiny nude lip and glowing skin.

Everything's Peachy

Bronzed Lids

Fall is the perfect time to experiment with some darker makeup shades, so why not forgo the typical lighter bridal colors for their darker counterparts? Trade a light neutral eyelid for bronze shadow and a sweet pink lipstick for a moodier mauve. Balance the shades with a subtle touch of blush and glowing skin like makeup artist Georgie Eisdell did in this Thandie Newton look.