Getting prepared for your wedding can be overwhelming. For most brides, some of the top priorities are her outfit and appearance on the day. From wearing a stunning dress to having a flawless face of makeup, many brides treasure the day they get married for a long time.
When preparing for your wedding, here are some of the most popular beauty treatments to choose.
A classic French mani-pedi is a popular choice with brides all over the world, but white and pink are also common bridal choices.
Having this treatment a day or two before your wedding can be a relaxing experience while still ensuring the polish lasts until after your wedding. Gel and Shellac options are generally longer lasting and can provide a glossier finish which is perfect for your big day.
2. Eyelash Treatments
There are several options when it comes to lengthening your eyelashes in time for your wedding. The quickest and cheapest option is to ask your makeup artist on the day to add false eyelashes.
Another option is to get eyelash extensions, which is a more time-consuming and costly treatment but can provide results which last for several weeks. Longer and more comprehensive treatments, such as Latisse, must start at least four weeks before your wedding and ideally four months in advance for best results.
3. Hair Styling
Styling your hair to perfection can be one of the most complicated parts of getting ready, so don’t leave this one to chance. Book a hair stylist several weeks before your wedding to avoid disappointment.
Wedding hair stylists are often booked up for weeks in advance, so if you have a particular stylist in mind, get in touch with them sooner to get your appointment secured.
Going for a facial treatment or peel can help your skin to glow even more. If you haven’t had a facial before, do it at least two weeks before the wedding. If you are pleased with the results, you could go for another gentle facial a couple of days before your wedding to boost your glow.
Don’t choose a facial treatment which is harsh or highly exfoliating. This can create redness in the skin which can last for a day or more, making it a bad choice immediately before your wedding.
5. Teeth Whitening
Some brides choose to go for teeth whitening before their wedding for that extra confidence boost and sparkle. Most teeth whitening processes are gradual and can take around four weeks to show results. It’s important to start earlier rather than leaving it too late. You can choose home teeth whitening kits or go to a professional.
6. Make Up
Unless you’re going make-up free for your wedding day, hiring a make-up artist should be on your list. To help things run smoothly, a wedding make-up artist will normally come to your home or hotel and help you to get ready.
You can feel your best on your big day by including some popular bridal beauty treatments on your to-do list. Many treatments during the week before your wedding could last until your honeymoon and beyond.