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Bridal Beauty Checklist

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Bridal Beauty Checklist

Bride and Grooming

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As my 6-month mark quickly approaches, I’m reminded of several deadlines that I need to complete such as Save the Date cards, book my florist, shop for bridesmaid dresses and so forth. While these are all vital wedding checklist items, it’s also crucial to remember the bride and “grooming”. Yes, I said “grooming” because here is your beauty checklist. It’s your special day, and I want to ensure that you look fabulous!

1 YEAR to 6 MONTHS Prior to Wedding Day
Hairstyle: Choose your hairstyle as this may require time to grow your hair/bangs out. Also, what color or condition is your hair currently in, but you would like your hair to be for the big day? This is important, so do some research and ask your hair stylist.

Facials: If you have skin concerns such as acne, wrinkles or hyperpigmentation, then speak to a dermatologist or esthetician way in advance. You may need a series of facials or treatments to resolve your skin issues, which again require time in between each session.

3-6 MONTHS
Wedding Makeup & Hair: There are plenty of makeup and hair specialists out there, but you need time to research and book a trial with them. The trial may cost money, but at least you know what you’re getting the day of.

Teeth Whitening: If you are on a budget, start brushing your teeth with hydrogen peroxide and baking soda months in advance to whiten your smile. If major whitening results are what you seek, then book an appointment with a dentist for a professional teeth whitening.

1-2 MONTHS
Manicure/Pedicure: For long-lasting results, opt for Shellac or Gel. Both options can be done at home or in the salon, but treat yourself to the salon if you can. You’ve been doing a lot of planning, and it will help to reduce your stress.

Stress Relief: A gentle massage or spa day at home are other fabulous ways to combat any planning anxieties or built-up tension. I recommend sharing this with your partner as many men would not do this for themselves, but they really enjoy it.

Sunless Tanning: White dress and pale skin do not go together. Again, you can do it at home with a sunless tanner, but give yourself some time in case you need to scrub off undesirable results. I highly recommend bareMinerals Faux Tan as it is more brown-based, not orange-tinted.

Pic Credit: thebridesdiary.blogspot.com

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All that is important and no healthy eating habits are helping to stay away from stress stick with a stable aight and expensive spa facial treatments that you can also do at home with your brides maids for a couple of months once a week before the big day . This comment has been removed.
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@dbrhose Thank you! This comment has been removed.
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great :-) Congratz in advance.. This comment has been removed.
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Great article! Hope planning is going well! :) This comment has been removed.
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