No matter what the haters say, the fact is that your wedding is one of the most important days of your life. It also is one of the most stressful times you will face. All the planning, cake tasting and outfit fittings can leave you exhausted, which can take a toll on your skin and hair. Since looking your best is top priority, we figured out a few ways to help you get there. All you have to do is make time for these 7 things in the month leading up to your big day!
1. Schedule Regular Facials
A glowing complexion is on every bride’s wish list. Visit an aesthetician at least twice before D-Day to clear up your pores and nourish your skin.
2. Moisturise, Moisturise, Moisturise
Obliterate any signs of dullness and dryness by focusing on hydration. Go all out on body lotions, face creams and lip balms this month. We promise that the effort is worth it.
3. Splurge On One Product
Whether it’s a luxurious face mask or a fancy serum, choose one product that really works miracles on your skin. After all if you look good, you feel good.
4. Invest In An Eye Cream
All those late night planning sessions can leave you with puffy eyes and dark circles. Combat these woes by applying a rich eye cream every night.
5. Pamper Your Tresses
Now is not the time to abandon your precious locks. Treat yourself to a couple of hair spas to strengthen your mane and keep it glossy. The heavenly massages are just an added bonus!
6. Get Polished
You may have your outfits in the closet, but is your back ready to face the world? Opt for a session of back polishing so that you can wow your groom when you twirl away in your halter gown.
7. Think About Your Mani-Pedi
Nervous nail biter? Opt for fake nails. Hate chipped colour? Go for gel polish. Whatever your plight may be, there’s a mani-pedi solution for it all. Consider all the options before deciding on which kind you want. Then, all you have to do is pick the perfect colour.
Although this sounds like a lot, doing these tasks will really make a difference. Plus, it’s always nice to take some time off from all the wedding-related madness!