Within a few days, the moment you were waiting for will come, and you will marry your soulmate. You must be feeling tons of emotions, right? Nervous butterflies must keep you awake while your beauty regime requires you to sleep on time. Right? With the big day coming up soon, you must have started prepping your skin. You must not leave it until the last minute or think that you will get radiant skin with makeup. Makeup can only do so much! If you wish to look radiant and beautiful and feel confident in your skin, you must take good care of it. Have a skincare regime and follow it religiously. Moreover, during the last week, give your skin a breather from makeup and work on other things, like diet, to look like your radiant self.
Here are a few beauty tips you should consider following to look your best on your wedding day.
Go for laser hair removal
Laser hair removal services are perfect for all women. However, for a bride, it is a great option. It ensures smooth, radiant skin without worrying about getting waxed again and again. To ensure the hair is removed completely from your body before the wedding, you must start the laser hair removal treatment a month or two before. Find the best laser hair removal service, review it, and make an appointment. Follow the instructions after the treatment and ensure you complete the course.
Get regular body massages
Body massages not only help you relax but also rejuvenate your skin. The skin is the largest organ in our body, and it needs care to ensure its elasticity and glow are there. When it comes to massages, go for oil treatments as per Ayurveda. It will use natural oils to smooth your skin, ensuring no itching or side effects. Get a massage every 15 days for radiant, glowing, and healthy skin.
Don’t use soap
Yes, not using soap can make your skin healthier and softer. Why? Because soup these days is full of chemicals that can strip the natural oil and moisture from your body. It means that your skin will be extra dry and itchy. Instead, use natural things, like gram flour or coffee, to scrub your body. Even on your face, use a mixture of natural things, like milk, to cleanse the skin.
It will make a massive difference by allowing your skin to retain moisture and look radiant. As an aftercare, don’t forget to moisturize your body using oils or moisture best suited to your skin type.
Eat a healthy diet
Whatever you eat reflects on your skin in the form of breakouts, pigmentation, bloating, and dull skin. Sure, there are other reasons for these, but your diet is one of the biggest reasons for skin issues. As a woman about to get married, start eating more fruits, vegetables, and protein. Work with a dietitian who can plan meals to keep you full while providing all the nutrition your body needs. Moreover, gradually eliminate junk, processed, and sugary items from your diet, like soda, cakes, and alcohol. Instead, focus more on drinking water, coconut water, and lime water to keep your skin hydrated.
Start getting facials, as they allow your skin to get rid of dirt, impurities, and dead skin. In a facial, the artist scrubs your skin and massages it as well. It allows the dead skin to leave your skin, while the massage ensures proper circulation of blood to keep the skin glowing. Ensure that the hands and tools of the artist are clean. Otherwise, you may get breakouts due to unhygienic tools.
Work on your hair
Makeup, skin, and dress aren’t the only focus on the wedding day. You also need to work on your hair. Figure out how you want your hair to look on the wedding day and start prepping the hair. Get treatments to ensure the quality of your hair is good. Also, trying the hairstyle before the wedding day is not a bad idea to see how the unique style will look on you.
Remember these beauty hacks, and you will be the prettiest bride. Lastly, wear your smile and be happy; it will reflect on your face.
Alicia Saville did her degree in psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. She is interested in mental health, wellness, and lifestyle.
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