With 22 years of experience, Michael Moore has become the go-to makeup artist for Denver brides. His philosophy---that makeup doesn't need to be complicated to be beautiful---helps Moore keep brides from going overboard with makeup on their wedding day. To get the complete look of each theme, watch Moore's video tutorial below. Classic: Think of a timeless beauty like Grace Kelly. To get the flawless yet natural complexion, spray on ERA FACE Foundation (it even covers blemishes and tattoos). Next, create a soft, smoky eye using a mushroom-colored mineral eye shadow on the lid and under the eye, then line with black for definition. Modern: Think edgy but beautiful. Start with a spray-on foundation, and use a mineral-powder illuminating concealer for a perfect finish. For a sexy, smoky eye, apply silver on the lids, blending up to the crease, and fill in the corner to accentuate the shape of the lid. Finally, line both the top and bottom lash lines. ERA FACE Foundation, $55, shop.classifiedcosmetics.com. Simply Moore mineral eye shadow, $20, simply-moore.com. Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner, $21, bobbibrowncosmetics.com. Mountain: A Colorado mountain wedding calls for a look that is both pretty and natural. Cheeks should always look as if you've been exercising, so find a cream or powder blush that will add brightness. Gloss is a nice way to keep the lips kissable and moist, so go for a sheer lip in a natural tone. Simply Moore Holographic Lip Gloss, $22, simply-moore.com.