Ready for the wedding?

by QiZiyue

The ultimate beauty checklist for brides-to-be

You've made it through the fun part of your engagement, and now it's time to get into the nitty-gritty of looking fantastic on your big day. We're talking about your wedding beauty regimen because right now is the perfect excuse to give it a makeover so that you can have the best hair, skin, and nails of your life as you make your way down the aisle.

In addition to your wedding checklist, you have another set of to-dos to conquer before you say "I do," but luckily this checklist is tons more fun than deciding where your feuding cousins should sit. Starting a wedding beauty regimen is a great way to practice some self-care,  giving you the opportunity to de-stress ahead of your nuptials. And of course, each step will aid you in perfecting your wedding-day look, from smoothing your skin to strengthening your hair.

Below, three things to consider when getting your bridal beauty routine in order.


Manage Stress

Uncontrolled stress can make your skin more sensitive and trigger acne breakouts and other skin problems. To encourage healthy skin — and a healthy state of mind — take steps to manage your stress. Get enough sleep, set reasonable limits, scale back your to-do list and make time to do the things you enjoy. The results might be more dramatic than you expect.

Consider Wax Hair Removal

Be yourself esthetician. Save lots of time and money with DIY at-home waxing. As an all-in-one home waxing kit, provide everything you need, achieve the high-level effect as the salon you want, make your skin smooth, no irritation, and no residue. Lifestance Waxing Kit Infused with fragrant lavender, blueberry, blackberry essential oil, is suitable for all areas of the body, especially the more delicate areas, while its strength will be also effective on the coarse hairs.Make you the most exquisite bride on your wedding day.


Aromatherapy baths relax your mind and body

Baths are great for relaxing your muscles, stimulating your nervous system, and gently exfoliating skin. A cross-sectional study published in 2018 found that participants who took immersion baths in warm water each day experienced less fatigue, stress, and depression. Although this was a small, limited study with only 38 participants, the results were compelling.There’s also the fact that baths are a great delivery system for lots of ingredients that are beneficial to your health.A bath with a few drops of essential oils can be used to calm your mind and soothe tired muscles. Lavender Bath is especially relaxing.


 Don't Forget Your Hands

Nails are important, but so are your hands. Amy Ling, founder of Sundays Nail Studio in NYC recommends using a gentle scrub weekly and following it up with a generous amount of hand cream and cuticle oil. "Apply sunscreen to the back of each hand to protect skin," she adds.

Go for Neutrals
As much as we love nail art, save it for the bachelorette party and the honeymoon. You don't want anything taking away from your natural beauty on your wedding day. You can still have fun, but keep it neutral for the best look. "Like the red carpet, I believe wedding nails should be timeless, classic, and elegant," says Bachik. "That doesn't mean brides can't have a little personal style. But keep the art simple and the colors tonal. Nails should be the perfect accessories to complete your look, not compete with it."

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