Every bride-to-be starts preparing for her wedding day at least six months before the big day. Counting the days to your wedding ceremony, making up a to-do list, and constantly feeling the thrill of expectation, don’t forget that there is something even more important than choosing a wedding dress. You want to look smashing, charm all your guests, and make your groom fall in love with you again. For this, you need to take care of your face, hair, and body. The sooner you start your preparations, the better results you’ll achieve. So, how to organize your long-term beauty routine? Read the following tips.
Visit a cosmetologist at least 2 months before your wedding if you want to improve the state of your skin. The professional will recommend an appropriate skin care routine for you, and you’ll have enough time to do all those daily rituals. Avoid deep peelings and whitening procedures right before the wedding. Clean pores get clogged with sebum and dirt more quickly and all this causes acne. And whitening can lead to pigmentation. That’s why you should have your face cleaned and peeled in a saloon at least 10 days prior to the event in order to let your skin recover after all these beauty procedures.
Consider going to your dentist and undergoing professional teeth whitening. If you are worried about your smile or how your teeth match with your snow-white dress, then this procedure may help you boost your confidence.
If you want to get rid of upper lip hair, it’s better to try several methods in advance and see which one works better for you.
Consider joining the gym to make sure your dress sits perfectly on you. A month of active exercising will be enough to lose several pounds and get fitter. However, you should work out with pleasure and a head full of positive thoughts rather than obsessing about weight loss.
To help your body get rid of toxins, tiredness, and water, use different scrubs, peelings, massage and moisturizing creams – they improve your lymphatic system, remove dead skin cells, and prevent ingrown hairs.
Get enough sleep. This will help your body relax after daily workouts and improve complexion as well.
Make sure your skin is smooth and free from unwanted hair. Waxing or sugaring has a quite long-lasting effect so that it will suffice even for a honeymoon.
A relaxing massage a day before the wedding ceremony will relieve stress and get your body toned.
You probably have some pictures of the desired hairstyle on your phone. It’s strongly recommended to have several hair trials to see which hairdo goes better with your dress or make sure this is really for your type of hair. If you want to dye your hair a different color, experiment well in advance, not 10 days prior to your ceremony, to be on the safe side. Do all the necessary procedures to improve your hair to make it look shiny, silky, and beautiful.