Wedding Beauty Tips That Every Bride Should Know
Sally is a makeup artist, a beauty junkie and a coffee addict that loves finding new products and techniques and using them to give her clients an amazing experience – every time.
Brides put so much effort into planning all the special details for their wedding – choosing a dress, alterations, picking flowers, finding perfect shoes, deciding on a font for the invitations – that even if they have an amazing planner she can sometimes forget about the preparation to create her perfect bridal look.
The makeup artist and hairstylist will make their bride look gorgeous, but for the best skin, nails and hair of your life you’ll need to start preparing early.
You’ll be looking at your wedding photos for years to come, and to look like the most gorgeous version of yourself we have some tips for you.
Try to reduce stress.
As well as making us feel less than our best, stress can weaken our immune system and can affect our skin and hair condition.
Take regular time out to do something that you find relaxing; a yoga class, relaxing with a face mask or hiking up a mountain to reconnect with nature.
Find the best skincare products for you
You can save a lot of time and money wasted on buying the wrong products by speaking to a professional for advice. Whether you seek out a beauty therapist, a dermatologist, or your makeup artist for advice get some information from people who have been trained to help you get the best skin ever.
Get regular facials
Regular facials can help make your skin brighter and more vibrant. They can address inflammation issues, and the right treatments can help your skin’s hydration levels, helping you look younger.
Follow a good skincare regime
We all need to cleanse and moisturise twice daily, and exfoliate on a regular basis for our skin to look it’s best. Speak to a professional about the right products for you.
Don’t forget about looking after your body
Eating nutritious food and regular exercise can help you get that glowing look from the inside out. Use a gentle body wash and exfoliate a few times a week for gorgeous skin from head to toe. Dry brushing is a great way to exfoliate and increase blood circulation.
Get a hair plan
If you are thinking about colouring or cutting your hair leave plenty of time to grow it out if it’s not exactly what you want.
Speak to your hairdresser about what you want to achieve, and find out the best way to do this.
You should get a touch up a week or two before your wedding so you are looking your best on the day.
Put down the tweezers
Most of us have over plucked at some stage, but right before your wedding is no time to be playing with the tweezers.
Find a great brow technician who can tweeze your brows into a shape that suits your facial structure.
If you prefer to wax make sure that your last appointment is at least 2 weeks before your wedding to allow your skin time to heal