The wedding day is the most important day in a woman’s life. So every bride wants to look and feel good on her wedding day, because she is the person on focus on that special day, it’s HER day. And she needs that look and attire that draws awe inspiring looks and glances from all the people who comes to congratulate her. For this some brides may increase their gym visits to tone-up and get a healthy glow, while others will try to get some more beauty sleep.
In this article you can find some top beauty tips, treatments and a pre-wedding beauty regime that will ensure you achieve a radiant beauty for your special day. Well all brides deserve a pre-wedding beauty treat.
These are the ways to relax and beautify before your wedding day.
Switching to some good habits like following a strict fitness and beauty regime along with some home remedies and self-indulgent spa treats would gradually will let you discover a radiant youthful self that is nothing less than perfection.
1. Pre-wedding: Facials
Every bride will benefit from having regular facial treatments, but if this isn’t an option due to time or money, then book in for a one-off facial before your big day. Facials are beneficial because they deeply cleanse the skin, boost circulation, are hydrating and help to bring skin to its natural balance.
Regular course of facials ensures deep cleansing, removal of dead cells along with black heads and white heads, better blood circulation and simultaneously makes your skin bright, firm and soft. Just any facial may not suit your skin. Hence, consult the expert and with the information provided about facial you can conclude to what is appropriate for your skin type. If you have serious skin concerns, do consult a dermatologist long before your wedding instead of planning your facial routine on your own. You can choose among Gold, Pearl or Diamond facials which will give you an extraordinary bridal glow. For maximum results, facials should be enjoyed every four to six weeks. It is advisable to begin having treatments six to 12 months before your wedding date. So remember that you do not have your final facial too close to the big day – about 12 to 14 days before would be advisable, just to allow your complexion to settle.
2. Pre-wedding: Full Body Waxing: Arms, Legs, Back, Bikini
Waxing is considered to be the easiest and the most effective way to get that buttery smooth and fresh body skin which is going to last typically anywhere from 3-5 weeks, just what you need for your wedding day and thereafter for honeymoon. Adopt this method as soon as possible in your pre-wedding to-do list if you haven’t and let your skin get used to the process. The wedding wax should ideally be scheduled 3-4 days before the big day which would be enough to settle any minor skin problems that might occur due to the process. Get a full body wax done before the wedding so that you can just relax while the professionals do the magic to your skin! Chocolate wax is by far the best option which apart from efficient hair removal, helps to remove tan and leaves the skin super smooth and moisturized (also the cocoa smell is heavenly!).
A bikini wax (A more effective and hygienic option than shaving or hair remover creams) is also extremely important, that gives your body a sensuality for those after wedding intimate moments. Thoughtfully choose a reputed professional salon or clinic to get it done at least 2-3 days prior to the wedding. You can start bikini waxing in regular intervals few months before as when done the first time it may leave the skin a little tender temporarily.
One thing you have to keep in mind is, waxing is just a temporary method and may cause skin damaging. So to avoid this the best way is to go for a permanent laser hair reduction apart from the temporary ones and consulting an expert dermatologist for this will be the best idea.
3. Micro Blading
It is a form of tattoo, but semi-permanent. This is a process of inserting pigments in a stroke like pattern mimicking eyebrow hair into the deeper layer of the skin. The results are excellent as the micro bladed eyebrows form a beautiful framework, which enhances the natural features of the face as a whole.
4. Pre-wedding: Skincare
Make sure you have a good skincare regime, especially in the pre- wedding weeks( time before your wedding) . An effective skincare routine should make your skin look and feel healthy. Make sure you cleanse, tone and moisturise your skin twice a day (morning and evening) and ensure all make-up is completely removed from your skin at night, to prevent clogged pores. If you are not satisfied with your current skincare routine, visit your local beauty clinic or dermatologist before your wedding day. If you are thinking of trying new skincare products, ensure you test them out weeks before your wedding in case they don’t suit your skin – no bride wants to be spotty or blotchy!
5. Pre-wedding: Body Polishing: Exfoliation and Tan Removal
In pre- wedding time, this spa treatment simultaneously exfoliates and massages the skin bringing a youthful glow all over the body. It is just like a facial for the body! A single session takes about 60-90 minute and rewards you with beautifully smooth, silky skin and make you feel ready to put your best foot forward at the most magnificent event of your life.
6. Pre-wedding: Body brushing
Dry body brushing is a simple and effective way to beautify the body, especially before your wedding day. It not only boosts circulation which will help skin to radiate and glow, but it also reduces cellulite and aids lymphatic drainage which are effective ways to eliminate toxins from the body. Dry body brushing can be done daily for five to 10 minutes, so it won’t take up too much time from your wedding planning schedule. Use firm, long strokes in the direction of your heart, starting from the soles of your feet and you’ll be left feeling as smooth as a baby.
7. Pre-wedding: Massage
There are so many reasons why massage is such a great beauty treatment. Massage helps to calm you and it eases stress, which is ideal in the buildup to your wedding day. A stress-free mind not only brings peace to your day, but also brings out the best in your skin. Massage also boosts circulation, which helps nourish the skin and gives you a healthy bridal glow. Massage treatments should usually be carried out on a monthly basis, but if your wedding has eaten your budget, then opt for just one massage about a week before the big day.