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Pre-Wedding Beauty Tips for the Gorgeous Bride-To-Be.

Whether it's walking down the aisle to your groom who's adoringly look at you or dancing the night away at the reception with your loved ones, your wedding is filled with wondrous moments that make it a monumental day in your life. This is why you shouldn't miss out on the golden opportunity to look like the most gorgeous bride. Read on to discover our best beauty tips that will prepare you for your big day!


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Prioritise Your Wedding Dress Fittings

Your wedding dress plays a central role during your wedding day, so the hours upon hours of searching for the right one is very understandable. But the journey to your perfect dress doesn't stop once you've chosen one, as you'll need to ensure that each and every centimetre fits you perfectly.

Some brides schedule only one fitting, but this leaves room for wedding dress disasters, like having too-short hemlines or overly restrictive skirts. To prevent these situations, you should schedule at least three fittings during your preparation process to ensure that you'll get that perfect fit. Our pro-tip? As we've previously shared on 'Shopping for Your Wedding Dress', be sure to select a bridal that offers personal services so that you and your dress alterations will receive the attention you deserve.

Stick to a Skincare Routine

With the skincare craze in full swing, it's easy to get tempted to try out new products to add to your arsenal. Although the latest trends may seem exciting, it's best to avoid trying out the latest products because they might not suit your skin. For clear and glowing skin on your wedding day, it's key to find a skincare routine that works for you.

It's important to note, though, that you must have your regimen prepared months ahead. Indeed, British Vogue's Lauren Burvill notes that you need to be consistent with your skincare three months before the big day.

Start Eating Skin Superfoods

Skincare goes beyond possessing an array of beauty products, as your diet plays a key role in your skin's health, too. For instance, Vitamin C-rich oranges keep skin supple, while dairy products can trigger breakouts.



This is why it's essential for you to incorporate the right food into your diet before your wedding. Sheena Dizon of Pretty Me recommends adding chia seeds to your daily diet, as they are a superfood that contain vital skin nutrients like antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids. The former protects your skin from environmental stressors, while the latter helps combat acne. Just remember — the food you eat can spell the difference between having glowing skin and hiding your blemishes come your big day

Get Some Shut-Eye
 As your wedding gets closer by the day, you might find yourself tossing and turning in bed with all the excitement. However, you must be careful about your sleeping habits because you're more prone to breakouts and uneven skin when you're sleep-deprived. After all, you wouldn't want to spot a pesky pimple when you're browsing through your wedding photos.

 Apart from getting the recommended 8 hours of sleep every night to ensure healthy skin, you can take it up a notch by investing in a soft silk eye mask like this one from Current Body Not only will it help you sleep better, but it also does wonders for your skin, since the silk material prevents unpleasant creases from appearing.



 

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