1. That Healthy Glow Many brides will start focusing on their skin as the wedding count down begins and want to achieve a "healthy glow." Consider seeking a beauty professional/estitician for recommendations on products and treatments to help clear up any uneven tones, blemishes etc.
While controversial to some, tanning is often a go-to regimen for brides. There are many ways to achieve this look, and luckily there are sun-free options to consider such as spray tans & lotions. Make sure to follow safety recommendations with any of these products or tanning services, and be sure not to over expose your skin to any harmful rays.
Remember that staying hydrated and eating a balanced diet will often help improve skin conditions!
2. Hair Extensions Who doesn't want to have the wedding day hair of their dreams? If aren't naturally gifted with long locks or just want to do something different than your "normal do" consider extensions. Extensions come in different price ranges depending on how permanent or natural you want them to be. For example, their are hair pieces that are made to enhance an up-do and can be clipped in easily. These are much less expensive than individual extensions that need to be glued in. Natural human hair extensions will cost more than synthetic, but will offer the option to use heat tools like straighteners and curling irons.
It is recommended to talk with your hair stylist regarding your plans for your day of hairstyle, and give yourself time to explore the different options for hair extensions so that you have purchased them in time for your up-do trial.
r care of your nails by using cuticle oil, hand cream or getting regular manicures. While acrylic or gel nails have been a staple of the wedding day look, many brides are opting for a gel or shellac style manicure. Prices can vary depending on the application of the nails, and the products used. Often the bride will schedule a day with their wedding party to get manicures/pedicures/artificial nails done before the wedding.
Ask any fitness trainer and they will tell you that your health and fitness should not be a temporary goal, but rather an on-going and continuous effort for your own well being. Realistically, brides may want to shed a few extra pounds or tighten/tone up before their big day. It is important to try to eat a well balanced diet, and to not do anything extreme to achieve "rapid results" as these types of scenarios are not only dangerous but are usually very temporary.
5. Artificial Eyelashes "False" or artificial lashes can enhance your wedding day make-up application and help define your eyes in photographs. Lashes come in different styles depending on if you want individual lashes, full sets of lashes and will also vary on how natural they look. A newer trend is to have eye lash extensions applied before the wedding, and often brides will start having this service months before the wedding so that they feel more natural and you can find a good length/fullness that works for you. Make sure to do your research before having artificial lash extensions done to ensure you this person has experience and good results with other clients. Don't be afraid to request to see before and after pictures or testimonials from past clients.
Whatever beauty regimen you decide to partake in, just remember that you don't need to do anything drastic to look stunning walking down the aisle. Your future husband, friends and family already love you just the way you are!
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