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Things All Brides Should Do before Their Wedding

As the wedding day approaches, the tension and the stress usually rise as you realize that you have so many things to choose, check and approve. Nevertheless, you mustn’t let it affect you as it will reflect on your beauty and bridal glow. Try to take things slowly, eat a balanced diet, drink plenty of water, get your beauty sleep and take care of your health and beauty. And of course, as makeup is an essential part of the whole bridal look and you want it to be spotless as well as to last throughout the whole wedding, educate yourself on how to apply long-lasting makeup for your wedding day. You can also consider some semi-permanent makeup alternatives, which are a rising trend nowadays all around the world, especially in Australia, the US and Europe. 

  1. Try out the whole wedding look

Even though you have all the essentials and details prepared, it’s a good idea to try the whole bridal look altogether. Put on your wedding dress, shoes, accessories and you can even have your beauty team do your hair and makeup to check if everything looks as you imagined. In that way, you’ll have plenty of time to make some small changes if necessary. Don’t forget to gather your friends and sisters and to take a few trial photos.

  1. Keep up with your beauty routine

It’s vital that you take care of your skin at all times, especially before the big day. And if you don’t have any special beauty routines that you treat yourself with, check out some expert-approved skincare routines for glowing skin. All the beauty experts suggest taking regular care of your skin by exfoliating it once or twice a week, using face masks, peelings and soothing creams. 

  1. Consider semi-permanent make-up options

If you’re thinking about doing some semi-permanent cosmetic procedures such as eyebrow microblading or lash extensions, the right time for doing these procedures would be at least three months and two weeks before the wedding, respectively. These options are great and efficient for many reasons. First of all, we must take special care of our brows as they are a prominent feature of our face and they shape it. Microblading is a perfect option for women who need some help in filling in their brows as well as shaping them. As for the advantages concerning brides, you don’t have to worry about your brows getting all messed up during your wedding. Also, you go to your honeymoon with perfectly shaped brows you don’t have to worry about. The same applies to enhancing your eyelashes – it is a semi-permanent option that gives you full, voluminous and natural-looking lashes. These would be two things you can cross off your wedding day to-do list!

  1. Be mindful of the food you eat & drink plenty of water

In order to avoid looking puffy and bloated, you should maintain healthy food and water intake months before the wedding. That means eating vegetables and fruit such as broccoli, spinach, oranges, pomegranate, berries as well as food such as chia seeds, walnuts, oatmeal, whole grains, salmon and chicken. It also means drinking plenty of fresh water, green tea as well as warm water with lemon to detox your body. 

  1. Get your beauty sleep

Weeks and even months before the wedding can keep you so occupied and under stress and pressure that you end up being sleep-deprived. It’s essential to get a good nights’ sleep for a stress-free wedding – you must keep that in your mind at all times. Practice good sleep hygiene, relax your body and mind before going to bed, avoid blue light screens an hour before going to bed and get some quality 7-9 hour sleep. It’ll help your face glow and look fresh and healthy for your big day (and the accompanying photographs!).

  1. Pack your necessities for the big day

And one last thing: remember to pack a clutch of some necessities that you’ll need on your big day. These include a comb, some tissues, lipstick, pressed powder, perfume, a small mirror and any other essential you might need. 

There are so many things a bride should do before her wedding! That’s why prompt organization and a checklist helps you prepare well and prevents you from forgetting something important. 

About the Author

Maggie Holmes is a passionate blogger keen on writing about beauty and fashion. Her hobby is to surf the net to find amazing articles that can inspire her with fresh ideas for article writing. She loathes being a common person who wastes her time. You can follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/MaggieH04666334