Here’s the Beauty Regimen You Should Start 6 Months Before Your Wedding
It’s standard to get the beauty works from your glam squad the day-of your wedding. But to truly shine as you say your “I do’s,” your beauty regimen should begin at least six months before tying the knot. Here are the things you should begin doing at least 6 months before the wedding to look your best on the big day.
Begin an Exercise Regimen
You should be exercising at least three times a week for your overall health and wellness, but if you’re not already hitting to treadmill and the weights, a great time to start is at least 6 months before your big day. Looking fit, sculpted, and tight in your wedding dress will help make your presence at the wedding truly unforgettable!
Start Getting Regular Facials
If there’s one thing that makes a bride look great on her wedding day (and in general), it’s glowing skin. Preferably, you’ll want to begin getting monthly facials at least 6 months before saying “I do “ Skin doesn’t look glowing overnight after all. As the big day gets closer, make sure you have your final facial at least a few weeks before walking down the aisle. Skin flare-ups are possible right after facials.
Care for Your Nails
Getting manicures isn’t just relaxing, but it also helps you maintain the overall appearance and strength of your nails. Setting aside time to care for your nails every few weeks will have your hands looking picture perfect when it comes time to tie the knot.
Book a Dentist Appointment
A couple of weeks before the wedding, visit your dentist to get your teeth cleaned so you can have a shining smile on your big day. This will help get rid of any discoloration from drinking wine, coffee, and other factors that can stain your pearly whites.
Get Enough Sleep
They call it “beauty sleep” for a reason. Few things take a bigger toll on your health (and appearance) than not getting enough sleep. Ensuring that you’ve gotten a lot of shut-eye in months before the begin day also lowers your stress levels, which can have a positive impact on your skin health, weight, and much more.