Three Women RelaxingLooking your absolute best on the day of your wedding is probably very important to you. In fact, you may have spent a good amount of time booking trials for hair and makeup in order to discover a look that helps you feel amazing. Of course, you may also have a few fears or reservations about how you’re going to look when your wedding rolls around. Brides and grooms often worry about skin and hair difficulties even when there’s no cause for concern. Still, to calm your nerves, there are a couple of secrets you may want to learn about.

Explore some of these beauty tips for your big day and see how you can best prepare yourself. A little bit of forethought can make a huge difference to the look you’re trying to achieve.

Follow a Routine

You need to give yourself plenty of time before your wedding to achieve the right look. Starting weeks, if not months, before your big day, it is important to establish a wedding beauty regimen you follow on a daily basis. There are a few key areas to focus on with your regimen: cleansing, toning, and moisturizing. By focusing on these three areas, you will have an easier time sticking to a routine that you can repeat time and time again. Each of these three steps will play a different part in helping your skin look its most radiant.

Cleansing is all about removing impurities from the surface of your skin. Try to use a cleanser that helps to dig dirt out of your pores in a gentle way as to not cause any irritation. Toning your skin after cleansing does wonders for reducing or masking the appearance of certain wrinkles and fine lines. Finally, moisturizing your skin provides it with the nourishing hydration it needs to stay looking fresh and healthy. Follow this routine daily and you’ll be revealing your best skin on your big day.

Spa Treatments 

While it can be a wonderful idea to rush off to the spa before your wedding for a little bit of self-care, you also need to stay mindful of what some services can do to your body. A facial may be able to help your skin look spectacular, but you need to introduce your skin to the service early enough. A facial too close to the day of your wedding might leave you with unexpected redness or inflammation. Most experts suggest getting regular monthly facials starting roughly five months before the date of your actual wedding for best results.

Of course, chemical masks might not be appealing to you. Instead, consider one of the many at-home products you can try out to exfoliate your skin. Aim for items that utilize botanicals in lieu of harsh chemicals. These ingredients typically don’t cause unwanted irritation. To be safe, try out the products several weeks before the wedding. Though the ingredients are safe, you never know if your skin will react poorly with new substances. No matter what type of spa treatment you do to your skin before your big day, precaution will be your best friend.

Silky Smooth

Your hands and feet are going to see a lot of wear and tear leading up to your wedding. Trying on shoes and hand-addressing invitations can do a serious number on these body parts! Some beauty experts advise rubbing olive oil on your hands and feet nightly to provide ample moisture and prevent cracks and other irritations. Since most people already have olive oil in their pantries, this is a very easy tip to consider.

Looking your best on the day of your wedding requires a bit of preparation. Start early on by keeping your skin and hair in the best shape possible and you’re likely to see the most radiant results when you walk down the aisle.

Category: Wedding Planning

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