Skin recommendations that a bride must follow before her D-Day to make the makeup glow even more

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It’s almost time! The day you’ve been looking forward to since you were a small girl. It’s your big day, and all eyes are on you. And you are deserving of gorgeous skin. But, as with all good things, getting there will demand extra effort and caution. After all, bridal skin care involves going above and beyond your typical skincare routine. Although great cosmetics can help, that natural bridal glow makes a huge difference.

We understand how busy you are with wedding preparations, so we won’t ask you to make drastic modifications. Simple changes to your everyday routine and beauty routine will give you that particular glow.

Drink Lots Of Water

Your skin, regardless of its type, requires water. Water-rich foods include watermelon, grapefruit, broccoli, and lettuce. They are excellent for your face.

Go for Facials

Deep cleansing facials should be done at least once a month to prepare your skin for the wedding. Because it will aid in the reduction of sun-induced discoloration as well as the appearance of unpleasant acne scars.

Moisturise

Moisturize your skin at least twice a day, on your face and all over your body. Also, pay special attention to areas that are particularly dry, such as the elbows, knees, feet, and hands.

Improve your sleeping pattern

All of these beauty treatments will be ineffective on your skin unless you get at least eight hours of sleep per night. It is one of the best things you can do for your skin.

Consume skin-friendly foods.

There are foods that might help you get naturally radiant skin from within. Turmeric, salmon beetroot, mango, avacado, kiwi, green vegetables, beans, and broccoli can naturally keep you healthy and glowing.

For smooth Lips

If you have dry, chapped lips, exfoliate them with an old, soft-bristled tooth brush or a washcloth in the shower. De-flake your pout by gently rubbing it for 30 seconds. Every night, apply lip balm to hydrate dry, cracked lips.

Paraben-containing toners should be avoided.

Toners are a crucial element of your beauty routine, however the majority of toners contain parabens. As a result, choose rose water as a natural toner for your skin.

Consult a dermatologist.

If you have an acne prone skin, you should see a dermatologist who can prescribe a therapy. Because this problem will take some time to resolve, it is best to see a skin specialist as soon as possible.

Keep your makeup protected.

Clean your applicators, brushes, and puffs on a regular basis. Avoid lipsticks that are more than a year old, and double-check product expiration dates.

Apply sunscreen.

Prevent premature ageing and sun damage to your skin. To avoid sunburn, apply sunscreen to your neck, face, back, and arms.

Exfoliate

To improve the general texture of your skin, you will need to exfoliate it on a regular basis.

Dos and don’ts

– Splash water on your face several times a day to avoid the appearance of under eye circles and swollen eyes.

– Do not allow dirt to accumulate. Wash your hair on a regular basis with shampoo.

– For nourishment, apply Argan or almond oil to your hair twice a week.

– Get your beauty treatment session at a beauty salon right before the big day to receive the most benefits.

Inputs by Hemali Mehta, Founder & Owner of Hemali Mehta Academy

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