Whitney Port Shared Her Wedding Hair & Makeup

Update 2, Nov. 7: It happened! E! News reported on Saturday, Nov. 7 that Whitney Port and Tim Rosenman got married in Palm Springs, Calif.

Update 1, Oct. 19: Us Weekly is reporting that Whitney Port is not married. The site claims that the "photo was simply of a test run of the hair and makeup the bride-to-be is considering for her big day, which has not yet occurred."

Earlier: Have you heard the celebrity wedding bells ringing? Former The Hills star Whitney Port wed fiancé Tim Rosenman this weekend. She rather adorably announced the news via an Instagram post captioned "Mrs. Rosenman," accompanied with the respectively thematic head massage and lipstick emojis. Yep, almost a year after what might just be the most adorable double-engagement story ever (yes, he proposed twice), it looks like Whitney has finally tied the knot.

It's hard to see much of her dress in her celebratory IG post, but it does afford a pretty nice view of Whitney's characteristically on point hair and makeup game: True to her trademark California girl stylings, the newly-dubbed Mrs. Rosenman went for a undone-yet-done wispy updo, featuring a retro-romantic (and voluminous) side-twist.

She also kept her makeup low-key; the look featured an ever-so-slightly shimmery copper smoky eye, paired with a pale pink glossy lip. She also sported lightly groomed brows, major eyelashes, and highlighter to spare (she really had some enviable glow going on). Taken together, the whole hair and beauty combination was very Emma Woodhouse meets Anna Karina meets Aphrodite — and really, when you think about it, it doesn't get much better than that.

Love her ethereally romantic look? Here are a few products to help you steal her style.

The Naked Palette

A copper smoky eye is all-too-easy to achieve with this cult fave.

NAKED Eyeshadow Palette, $54,

Lip Lover Dewy Color Lip Perfector

We could all use a pale pink gloss, and this comes pretty close to perfection.

Lancome Lip Lover Dewy Color Lip Perfector, $21.15,

Ambient Lighting Palette

If you're looking to get your (artificial) glow on, Hourglass' Ambient Light Palette is a good (albeit slightly pricey) place to start.

Hourglass Ambient Light Palette, $58,

So stunning. I may have no significant other in sight, but I know I'll be filing this look away for future reference If I ever walk down the aisle.

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