Tips for Brides

July 08, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

Many women stress and go through many sleepless nights and worries when planning their wedding. Planning a wedding is definitely no easy task and it takes loads of time and effort. With the months, weeks or days leading up to the big day, it is important to look after yourself and to take good care of your skin and health.

 

Here today I would like to share a couple of simple tips that could make a big difference to your big day.

 

It is probably the easiest to set a routine for yourself if you can get into a habit of actually staying healthy and pampering your skin to achieve that healthy glow on your big day.

 

Here are some tips you could consider from the beginning of your journey until your big day.

 

  • Cleansing, toning and moisturising daily
  • Deep-cleansing or facial masks once a week
  • Exfoliate and moisturise around once to twice a week
  • Ensure you are drinking enough water to keep your self hydrated and your skin fresh

 

When closer to date these are some tips that may suit you.

 

  • Treating yourself to massages, facials, and nail care
  • Arrange for hair and makeup trial, with some ideas of what you would like on your wedding day
  • Fake tans should be done around 3 months before you date of your wedding to ensure enough time to find the right shade you are after
  • Hair colour should also be done around 3 months before you wedding day as this will ensure time to fix any mishaps or bad choices made
  • Consider getting your brows professionally shaped around a months beforehand and then a quick touch up around 2 weeks before the wedding
  • Body hair should be removed about a week before your big day
  • Eyelash extensions should be considered or done around 1 week before
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Only one day to go.

 

  • RELAX
  • Have a manicure and pedicure
  • Treat yourself to a relaxing and soothing massage
  • Go to bed early and get some good rest to be up looking fresh and glowing on your special day

 

On the morning of you wedding.

 

  • Cleanse your face and put on some moisturiser, but do not overload it
  • Drink a glass of warm water before you eat and ensure you are getting enough fluid into you to keep yourself hydrated
  • Stretching your limbs and muscles can help with blood circulation and reduce the chance of sore backs and shoulders throughout the day
  • Best would be to stay away for any alcoholic drinks as it can cause redness and uneven skin tone (blotchiness)

 

For those special brides who are on a budget and can’t afford to pay for treatments at salons all the time, consider doing some DIY that would suit you and your skin’s need.

 

Hope all the lovely brides have a fantastic and memorable wedding day.


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