For most brides, one of the greatest concerns is getting the flawless makeup and getting the complete look on your most important day, but if your skin isn’t clean and healthy enough.
Don’t get me wrong, this does not mean that you need to have perfect skin throughout, but even if your skin has blemishes and flaws, there are several ways to guarantee these will minimized or even go away, by the time your special day arrives.
- Assess Early
If you actually want to get your skin look good, it’s advised that you start a smart skincare cycle about a year in advance. It’s okay if you don’t have that much time before the wedding day—just choose these good skincare rules as soon as possible.
- Schedule Professional Facials
Your wedding is the excellent reason for some extra pampering. You’ll want to book monthly facials to refresh your skin. Expert aestheticians will take care of your skin and massage your skin, scalp, and decolletage to spur blood circulation and keep your skin looking fresh.
- Eat Super Foods
It doesn’t matter what your skin type is—dry, oily, normal or a combo— it needs water. Sure, drinking more water helps, but luncheon on naturally hydrating foods like watermelon, grapefruit, cucumbers, tomatoes and kale works too.
- Use Salt Scrubs to Soften Elbows
This is one of the important things most brides forget about. Do take a salt bath (sodium bicarbonate) once in a week. The sodium bicarbonate will tear down dry patches and make your skin a fresh new sponge for moisture.
- Wear SPF 30…On Your Lips
It’s easier to protect your lips from getting chapped and dried than it is to repair them with a lip balm if they’re already dry and cracked. If you spend lots of time on to go, especially in sunny, windy or cold weather, a thick lip balm with SPF 30 will keep your lips moisturized.
- Reduce Sunspots With an Acid Peel
Peels are particularly designed to remove the dead skin and bring new, fresh skin on the top of the surface. To make the most of these spa therapies, you’ll need to book a series of peels.
- Deep Clean With a Mask
A mask is not meant to replace your everyday face-washing routine; it’s only meant to improve it. As it stays on longer, a mask will help soften the hard sebum in your pores, that washing alone won’t do.
- Use Concealer (the Right Way)
The last layer of concealer isn’t meant to be completely blended. use it only at the places where you need it with the help of a pointed brush. Then, take the help of your finger to pat the perimeter until it’s level.