9/3/18

How to Prepare Your Body for Your Wedding Day






With all the energy that goes into planning the perfect wedding celebration, it can be very easy to overlook the small, but important details of beauty preparation for one of the most important days in your life. It is understandable that you want to look like the most beautiful version of yourself on your wedding day, so here are some tips and tricks to help you prepare your body and achieve the perfect bridal look:


Create a fitness plan


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The best way to look healthy and glowing on your wedding day is to start taking good care of your body a few months in advance. Stay away from sugar and processed foods, as they lead to bloating and belly fat. Instead, focus on fruit and vegetables, and drink plenty of water in order to boost your energy and clear up your skin. You should also learn how to find your soulmate workout, to make sure you are in great shape for your wedding day.

Go for a hair removal treatment

The best way to make sure your skin is silky smooth on your wedding day is to book a few laser hair removal sessions in the months leading up to the date. If that is not your forte, you can also get a wax job done a couple of days before the big day, so the redness has enough time to retract, and your skin will look beautifully smooth.

Get an even complexion

Schedule a spray tan two days before walking down the aisle, to give the tan enough time to evolve and look flawless on your wedding day. Don’t forget to use a gentle exfoliator all over your body beforehand, to make sure you get a perfectly even glow.

Consult your hairstylist


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If you are dying to get a fresh haircut or a new hair color for your big day, the perfect time to visit your hairstylist would be a few months in advance. This will give you enough time to test your new look out and perfect it for the wedding day, or even grow your hair back and return to your original hair color if the look doesn’t live up to your expectations. Just remember not to opt for any drastic changes; the chances are you’re going to regret it in the long run.

Stick to a proper skincare routine

The best way to keep your skin under control is to cleanse, tone, and moisturize your face twice a day, and exfoliate twice a week. This skincare routine is sure to help you look flawless on your wedding day. If you have any major skin issues, however, the best thing to do is consult a dermatologist to find the best solution for your problems and have a perfect complexion on your big day.

Get your eyebrows shaped


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Full, natural-looking brows are the best look for a wedding day. You don’t want to over-pluck or experiment with a crazy shape you might not end up liking. The ideal thing to do would be to tweeze any stray hairs you might have and slightly shape your eyebrows to suit your face, so you’ll look beautiful both in person and on your timeless wedding photos.

Lengthen your lashes

Beautiful, plump lashes draw the attention to your eyes and they are a very elegant touch to your wedding makeup, so why not get an eyelash extension or false eyelashes for your big day. Another plus side is that the semi-permanent glue used with these lashes is waterproof, so you won’t have to worry about them rubbing off if you shed a few tears during your wedding ceremony.

Polish your nails


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Freshly polished finger and toenails are the perfect final touch to your wedding look. Make an appointment a few days before your big day to make sure your nails look fresh and clean on your wedding and last throughout your honeymoon.

Try to relax

All of these wedding preparations tend to be quite stressful, so the best thing you can do is to find a way to relax during those final days leading up to the big day. Whether you choose to get some alone time with your favorite book, listen to music that makes you happy, or light up a few calming scented candles, just make sure you are stress-free and satisfied on the most important day of your life.