How to Bounce Back After Shedding Too Many Tears at a Wedding
Back in 2015, Kim Kardashian's ugly-cry face went viral . . . and has since graced everything from phone cases to frosted cookies. You may enjoy a more private life in which you're not known as the girl who sobs at every opportunity, but even the most stone-faced person can get weepy at a wedding. Luckily, you don't have to end up a meme, because there are ways to hide the redness and puffiness that come from tears shed between the vows and first dance.
Read on to see the six things we recommend stashing in your bridesmaid's clutch to help you recover from letting it all out.