1. Monthly Facial
Prepare for your wedding with a pre-wedding facial routine. This will allow you to have your skin evaluated and to establish a regimen to ensure your skin is clear and hydrated. A traditional facial involves cleansing, exfoliation, massage and extractions, however, if you are looking to transform the look and feel of your skin then do yourself a favor and book a laser facial or micro-needling treatment.
Wax prior to your wedding. It always best to have a treatment at least a few months prior to avoid possible irritation. You can also have laser hair removal.
3. Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is an excellent alternative to waxing prior to your wedding. It will remove hair in the treated areas.
4. Eyebrow Shaping
Professionally sculpted eyebrows add definition and polish to your face.
Spray (of course!) tanning should be performed before your wedding.
- Always remember prior to sunless tanning to exfoliate your skin with a scrub to ensure an even application.
- Apply lighter spray to the wrists, knees and elbows.
- Do a trial in advance
- Never go too dark
- Don’t forget to apply behind the ears and under the chin
- It is best to have manicure and pedicure 1 day before
6. Kissable Lips
Keep your lips free of dryness by exfoliating and applying moisturizer before your wedding. Fillers such as Juvéderm Volbella are an excellent option to achieve plump well defined lips in time for your wedding day.* It is important to remember to schedule a test run in advance.
7. Say Yes To Eyes
Eye pencil should last the whole day making your eyes pop out in photos. It is better to choose a super stay formula gel-like liquid or cake eyeliner. Your eye pencil and mascara should be waterproof to withstand the test of dancing and crying.
Sweating can be embarrassing under normal circumstances, however, it is the last thing you will want to deal with on your wedding day. Fortunately, botox injections under the arm will help keep you cool and comfortable and most importantly sweat free on your wedding day.
9. Avoid On Your Wedding Day
- Avoid foundation and powder with SPF because the sun protection in these products can reflect light when your photographer takes indoor photos using a flash creating patches on your skin. (moisturizer with SPF is no problem)
- Avoid lip gloss because it doesn’t last long and isn’t kissable (sticky), can smudge and even migrate to your cheeks or hair.
10. The Groom
One or two weeks before the wedding the groom should get a proper hair cut. It should be thinned out but not too short to avoid having freshly cut hair on the day of the wedding. On the actual day of the wedding the groom should shave the neck and the chin up to the sideburns.
Last advice to groom; a bit of makeup is okay on your wedding day!