Wedding Beauty Regimen: Best Skin Care Routine And Beauty Plan For Brides-To-Be

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As soon as the wedding is fixed, girls are often lost in the thoughts of their prince charming and start dreaming of dressing up for him. On the wedding day, every girl wants to look like the most beautiful bride in the world. In such a situation, we are telling you the best bridal beauty and skin care plan that will give you the best bridal glow…

Basic rules…

  • Once the wedding is fixed, you should follow your skin care routine regularly.
  • Use a mild cleanser.
  • Do not use products containing harsh chemicals.
  • Make sure to do cleansing, toning and moisturizing.
  • Be sure to apply sunscreen when going out.
  • Exfoliate regularly.
  • Try a fruit mask.
  • Start applying the paste.
  • Pamper not just your face but also the skin of your hands and feet. Get a manicure and pedicure done.
  • Use body butters to keep the skin moisturized.
  • Make avocado oil your body massage oil. It has healing properties. Massage before sleeping at night. It makes the skin soft and smooth.
  • You can get many benefits from tinted moisturizer. It gives a natural glow to the skin.
  • Take teeth whitening treatment and get the right treatment for all your teeth related problems.
  • Take a healthy diet. Keep your liquid intake right and do yoga or meditation.
  • Do light exercise.
  • Avoid sodium about a week or 15 days before the wedding. This will make a difference in weight loss and you will also feel healthy and light.
  • Stay away from stress and get enough sleep.
  • Don't stay awake till late night.
  • If there is some time left for the wedding then only try new products otherwise not.
  • Identify your skin type and use makeup and products accordingly.
  • Stick to the brand that suits your skin.
  • Avoid experimenting too much with hair, makeup or other things.

Bridal Beauty Calendar…

6 months before the wedding…

  • Understand your skin, start using products according to your skin type.
  • Pay attention to skin problems, like pimples, dry skin, oily skin or pigmentation etc.
  • Pay attention to the problem areas, like dark and rough elbows and knees or problems with nails and hair etc.
  • Meet a beauty expert and start the treatment as per his/her advice.
  • Try home recipes.
  • At this time you can experiment a little and understand which are the right and wrong products for you.
  • Research and finalize your bridal look and makeup.
  • Remember, you should always have a plan B and if possible a plan C ready, so that nothing goes wrong in a last minute emergency.
  • Start paying attention to your diet.
  • If you are thinking of losing weight, then do not fall in the trap of fast results, it would be better to move towards it slowly, because suddenly losing excess weight also makes the skin loose and there is also a risk of stretch marks.

Three months before the wedding…

  • Know that now you don't have to do any experiments, so use only the products that suit you.
  • Don't play with your skin and pamper it.
  • Get a facial done, get waxing done.
  • Use a deep cleansing face mask.
  • Apply paste made from turmeric, gram flour, curd and milk.
  • Refresh your skin with rose water. Fill it in a spray bottle and keep it in the fridge and use it whenever your skin feels tired.
  • Avoid going out in the sun and use sun protection whenever you go out.
  • Cut the cucumber and keep it on the eyes for some time or if you want, fill the rose water in a cotton ball and keep it on the eyes.
  • Apply aloe vera pulp.
  • Rub lemon on the skin of elbows and knees and moisturize them as well.
  • Treat cracked heels. Use a foot filer to remove dead skin, apply petroleum jelly.
  • Do light yoga, meditation or exercise.
  • You have to take a healthy diet and stay away from stress.

One month before the wedding…

  • Finalize the look by shaping your eyebrows.
  • Take a makeup trial.
  • Do not use any new product.
  • Stay relaxed. Listen to music.
  • Drink green tea.
  • Ask your beauty or skin expert what can be done in an emergency if a pimple or something else occurs, so that you do not damage your skin by over-treating it.
  • Avoid oily and junk food, eat home-made healthy food.
  • Do not let there be water deficiency in the body.
  • Eat fruits. Reduce sugar and salt.
  • Apply a fruit mask.
  • Eat healthy soups and salads.
  • Pay attention to your lips too. Do not let your lips crack. Apply lip balm or petroleum jelly.
  • Mix glycerin and lemon juice and fill it in a bottle, apply it on the lips regularly.

15 days before the wedding…

  • Take a skin deep cleansing treatment.
  • Take a hair spa.
  • Apply body mask and scrub.
  • Mix milk in bath water and take a bath.
  • This is the right time to get your hair coloured.
  • If it is not necessary to go out then don't go.
  • Do not take stress at all because it can cause problems to your skin and can also cause pimples.
  • Keep your skin as natural as possible, don't use too much makeup or skin products. Just follow a basic skin care routine.

A week before the wedding…

  • Get waxing and eyebrows done.
  • Book an appointment for manicure-pedicure.
  • Get a body massage.
  • Be happy and get as much beauty sleep as you can.
  • Use only home-made masks, which are completely safe.
  • This is the best time to get a hair trim.
  • Don't try any new hair cut even by mistake.
  • Stay relaxed.
  • Laugh and joke with your family. The happier you are, the more you will glow.

The day before the wedding…

  • Do not take any kind of stress.
  • Do not apply anything on the skin, let it breathe.
  • Check your eyebrows, if there are any extra hairs then pluck them.
  • Check the waxing.
  • If you want, you can spray rose water on your face.
  • Don't think too much and get enough sleep.
  • Avoid waxing a day before the wedding. It would be better to get waxing done a week before.
  • Do not overeat or stay hungry the day before the wedding.
  • Rubbing grated potato on the skin helps in getting rid of blemishes, pimples, whiteheads and blackheads.
  • Rubbing papaya pulp also helps in getting rid of blemishes.
  • Make a paste by mixing one tablespoon gram flour, one teaspoon cream, a pinch of turmeric powder and a little milk. Leave it on the face for 15-20 minutes. Wash the face after it dries.
  • Grind rose petals. Mix milk in it and make a paste. Apply this paste on your face and other parts of the body and massage. Take a bath after an hour. This paste will make your skin glow like a rose.

Bridal Face Masks & Packs…

  • Make a paste by mixing sandalwood powder and honey. Apply it for half an hour or until it dries, then wash it off.
  • Mix curd or milk in gram flour and apply it.
  • Mix some rose water or milk with Multani mitti and apply it.
  • Prepare a paste by mixing gram flour, turmeric and curd, this will give a bright and glowing effect to the skin.
  • Add half a teaspoon of turmeric and a few drops of lemon juice to milk and apply it on the face. Wash it after half an hour.
  • Dry the orange peel and grind it to make a powder. Mix raw milk and a little rose water in it to make a paste and apply it on the face. Wash it after half an hour.
  • Cut aloe vera every night before going to bed and massage your face with its juice or pulp. This gives a bright look to the skin and tightens the skin.
  • Mix a little saffron in cream and apply it on the face. This enhances the complexion of the face and also gives a glow.
  • Mix a few drops of lemon juice in the egg white and beat it well. Apply it on the face. When the pack dries, wash the face with cold water.
  • Cutting and rubbing tomatoes gives the skin a young look.
  • Blend one banana pulp with one tablespoon honey and half a tablespoon sour curd. Apply this and wash it after some time.
  • Mix one lemon juice with one tablespoon honey and apply it on the face. Wash the face after 10-15 minutes.
  • Massage your face regularly with coconut oil or olive or almond oil.
  • Apart from this, try home recipes keeping in mind the season in which you are getting married, and also keep your skin type in mind.
  • Silky Sharma

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