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Look Your Best on Your Big Day
by: Debby Sibert
Every bride wants to look like a model on her wedding day. You do not need to spend tons of money to look your best. There are some simple things all brides can do to ensure that they will impress everyone with their beauty.

Six Months to One Year Before Your Wedding

Start compiling pictures of hairstyles and makeup that you like. If you will be getting your hair/makeup professionally done, start looking for stylists and make-up artists. You should have a consultation with them and later have them do a trial run of your make-up and hair to see Every bride wants to look like a model on her wedding day. You do not need to spend tons of money to look your best. There are some simple things all brides can do to ensure that they will impress everyone with their beauty.

Six Months to One Year Before Your Wedding

Start compiling pictures of hairstyles and makeup that you like. If you will be getting your hair/makeup professionally done, start looking for stylists and make-up artists. You should have a consultation with them and later have them do a trial run of your make-up and hair to see what you like (keep in mind what style of dress you have)

If you have any skin problems, like acne or dry skin, make sure to set up a skin routine to correct that. If you need to, visit a dermatologist. If you just want to smooth and polish your skin try buying a scrub or dermabrasion product. Origins has a wonderful dermabrasion that you can use at home.

If you want to get in shape and loose some extra weight before your wedding start now…don't wait until the eight weeks before the big day! One Month Before Your Wedding If you or a friend will be doing your make-up make sure to buy the makeup now so that it's fresh and new (old make up is not good for your skin!)

Begin to use a body scrub or brush on your body daily and always liberally apply lotion afterwards. You want to have soft and glowing skin to show off to your guests and your new husband!

Exfoliate your feet every week

If you will be getting anything waxed make sure the areas you want waxed are growing out nicely

Three Weeks Before Your Wedding

Get your hair trimmed and have any highlights added

Two Weeks Before Your Wedding

Double check that all make-up appointments, hair appointments, and nail appointments are set

One Week Before Your Wedding

Have any areas you want waxed? Do this now in case an allergic reaction or any redness occurs.

One to Two Days Before Your Wedding

Have a pedicure/manicure

On The Big Day

Make sure to apply/re-apply deodorant. Have perfume handy Take your time when having your make-up done. Don't rush. Have oil strips ready to help remove excess oil throughout the day without removing your make-up (Try Clean and Clear's). If you follow all of these simple tips you will be guaranteed to look your best as you walk down the aisle!
About the Author

Debby Sibert has been helping brides plan weddings for the past decade, specializing in wedding invitations including ettiquite, wording, style, etc. For a free wedding planning guide with checklist, visit http://www.BeautifulWeddingInvitations.com

 



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