If you want to avoid last minute decision that you might regret later on, make sure to keep these beauty bridal commandments in mind. These will guarantee you with no regrets, no breakouts and definitely no poodle hair when you walk down the aisle.
Thou shall not dabble in new products a week before the big day
The week before your wedding isn’t the time to try on a new beauty product that your friend is raving about. You wouldn’t want to develop an allergy or breakout due to an unfamiliar product you used a few days before your wedding, would you? Instead, establish a balanced skin care routine two months prior your big day. Balancing your skin’s moisture is your ultimate goal during this time, because a well-hydrated and healthy-looking skin ensures that the makeup glides easily and looks flawless on you.
Thou shall stay hydrated
Never underestimate the power of hydration. Drinking enough water hydrates the skin, keeps headache at bay and energizes you to help you feel focused on your planning and on the busy wedding day itself. Especially on the day of your wedding, you will be dressed up and dragged for photographs for hours, so make sure to get guzzling.
Thou shall treat your hair with care
Use the looming wedding as a chance to nurture your tresses and get that heavenly crowning glory. If you need to make a major color change, schedule it well in advance, so you’ll have enough time to restore it in case you didn’t like the new color. And as your wedding day draws closer, make sure to take care of those unsightly split ends.
Thou shall not hide your natural beauty
Your wedding is not the time to go heavy on makeup and hairdo. One thing you want to achieve when your hair and makeup is all done is for you to look the best version of yourself. Do not fall into the outdated traps of stiff curls, heavy lashes and harsh contours. You want to be able to walk