7 Pre-wedding Beauty Tips For Brides To Be

7 Pre-wedding Beauty Tips For Brides To Be


Every bride is the center of attention at her wedding. She spends months on deciding the wedding date, the invitation lists, and the decorations. The thoughts of her clothing and accessories consume the bride’s every waking moment. In the midst of all the planning and organizing, the bride forgets the most important thing to take care of herself.

Today we bring to you the top pre-wedding beauty tips for brides-to-be, which may turn out be life savers in the middle of all the wedding chaos. Have a look!

1. CTM

Cleansing, toning, and moisturizing should regularly be done without fail. This will keep your skin glowing and youthful. A clean and dirt-free face will help keep your pores open. This will help your skin to breathe better. Follow up with toning that will help tighten the pores. Toning also reduces fine lines to some extent. Lastly, moisturizing the face helps lock in the moisture into the pores, keeping your skin soft and supple.

2. Exfoliation
Make sure that you exfoliate your skin before using a face wash two or three times a week. Use a mild face wash. A harsh one can irritate the skin and give you rashes.

3. Sleep

Sleep is an absolute must before the wedding. Lack of sleep can give you dark circles. A polished skin, but with dark circles under the eyes, will definitely not look good on your wedding day. So, we advise you to sleep at least for 8-10 hours a day.

4. Meditate
An effective way to reduce stress and take some me time out is by meditating for at least 15 minutes a day. You will definitely feel calmer.

Try and think positive thoughts. Think about the happy times when this chaotic period will have passed. You will feel serene, and the wedding will feel like a breeze.

5. Beautiful Hands And Feet

Keep your hands and feet soft by massaging olive oil on them before going to sleep at night. This will get rid of the dry skin on your hands and feet. During bathing, make sure that you use a pumice stone on your feet.

6. Diet
Eat a balanced diet consisting of fruits, green vegetables, and protein. Also remember to drink enough water.

7. Gym

Avoid crash dieting or aggressive gym schedules 1-2 months before the wedding. It can make you look really tired and crabby. For a toned figure, consult a dietitian and a personal trainer. Start working out at least four months prior to the wedding to achieve effective weight loss, especially in problem areas like tummy and thighs.




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