Looking like a queen on their wedding day is the dream of almost every bride-to-be.
Following a perfect beauty routine before your wedding will not only help you look beautiful, but you’ll have peace of mind as well.
Unfortunately, exhaustion naturally starts to build up as the big day approaches. This ultimately makes it harder to look like the best version yourself possible.
Rosacea, dark under eye circles, and acne are some of the most common skin problems associated with these more grueling and backbreaking times of our lives.
This is why most beauty experts advise that brides begin thinking about their beauty routine at least six months before the wedding so that they can experiment and compare results.
The year leading up to the big day can be a busy time for the bride. Following these tips will help step up your beauty routine for wedding day confidence that is second to none.
Create a Sleep Schedule
Develop a sleep cycle as early as possible. This requires you to pick a time to go to bed, as well as a wake-up time, each day. Creating a sound sleep schedule and sticking it can help your body find its pace and settle into a routine sleep-wake rhythm.
A good sleeping schedule will also result in fewer wrinkles, less puffy eyes, and glowing skin. It should be noted that an irregular sleep schedule often leads to mood swings, poor concentration, cognitive problems, drowsiness, and irritability.
Lifting weights and regular exercise is essential in boosting energy levels and cleansing your skin. It is advisable to join the gym or add an industry-approved machine like a seated-dumbbell press to your exercise regimen. This is an excellent way of having more toned and powerful arms, shoulders, and back.
While washing your face daily can do wonders to your overall appearance, it is important to note that this won’t quicken the cell regeneration process. As we age, the body becomes even slower to get rid of old skin cells and produce new ones. The moment old cells begin to accumulate on the surface of our skin, it can leave our face looking dry, rough, and dull.
This is why proper exfoliation is needed to eliminate the multitude of dead skin cells that are blocking fresh new cells. In a nutshell, a regular exfoliating pattern will help your skin look healthy and fresh.
Create a Hair Plan
Let your stylist know your goals and have them create a hair plan to get you there. You can also start to experiment with hair treatments a few months before your wedding by combining your favorite conditioner with products that increase the silkiness of your hair.
Visit a Dermatologist
Weddings are often considered as red-carpet moments for brides. With all the anxiety and stress involved in planning, there is a great possibility that your red-carpet moment can quickly turn to a cold shoulder day. It is recommended to visit a dermatologist six months before the wedding to make sure that your skin is healthy and in perfect condition.
Are you ready for your big day? Keep our tips in mind and create the perfect beauty routine for your big day and look your absolute best.
Contributed by Elise Morgan @elisemthewriter – Elise is a freelance writer from North Carolina that regularly covers health, wellness, and stress management topics for Mattress Advisor. She is especially passionate about understanding and researching helpful tips to reducing stress and anxiety, and loves to educate others on the topic through her writing.
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