Wedding bells are ringing!
Who does not love some extra pampering? Everyone wants glowing skin before walking down the aisle, but how to achieve this? Planning the biggest day of your life can get a little stress, but this stress can affect your skin. Being nervous is okay.
But since on the Wedding Day all the eyes will be on you, you will have to make some lifestyle changes and keep some very important things in mind as you approach your day to be a bride.
Here are a few beauty tips that can help you prep your skin for the big day.
Hydrate your Skin
Taking care of your skin is directly related to how well you take care of your body. Start drinking a lot of water a few days before your wedding. Drinking water will keep your body hydrated and also detox your body. It will flush out unneeded toxins in your body and will help you stay refreshed. Set a reminder on your phone every hour and take a few sips. You will feel great, and your skin will look extra hydrated and clear. That’s what you need, an extra-bridal glow; however, drinking water alone is not enough. An appropriate skincare routine should be incorporated as well to prevent any loss of moisture. Before using any moisturizer, it is essential to layer your face with a good serum so that it helps to lock in the moisture in your skin. This anti-aging serum not only hydrates your skin, but also boosts collagen production and skin regeneration. This multi-purpose serum will ensure you look the best on your wedding day.
Exfoliation is the key. It removes the dead cells, clears pores, polishes skin and smoothes wrinkles. So, exfoliate, exfoliate and exfoliate to get the ultimate glowing skin before your wedding day. Do not exfoliate more than twice a week. Overdoing it can cause dehydration. Exfoliating the skin will give you a fresh look and velvety feel. Try to make a healthy homemade scrub with honey and a few drops of lemon. Vitamin C in lemon helps boost your collagen growth that helps get rid of wrinkles.
Mask it Up
Masking your face up will help melt the oily substance in your pores. It enhances your daily face-washing routine. Know your skin – get a mask that suits your skin type. You can use the mask every day if your skin is oily. If you have normal to dry skin, twice or thrice per month should keep the dirt and oil from building up. Masks give adequate moisture, clean out the pores, and leave you with fresh, glowing skin – all that you need for the big day.
Sweat it Out
What goes into your tummy, shows on the face. Eating oily and greasy foods results in clogged pores. So if your hen night will include eating a lot of junk foods, then you need to exercise enough to detox your body. Exercise will also relieve your stress and help you maintain a healthy mind during the most significant time of your life. If you already have a workout regime, that’s perfect! If you don’t work out at all, initiate by trying to incorporate a jog or a walking schedule into your day. Exercising and sweating it out is the perfect mantra for glowing skin.
Be a Sleeping Beauty
Your sleep schedule has to be proper. Ensure that you are getting at least 7 hours of uninterrupted sleep. It is important that you sleep on time so that you can manage stress and get glowing skin. Not sleeping properly will not only make you feel cranky and knackered but will also inflict havoc on your skin. You might also have dark circles and dull skin due to lack of inadequate sleep.
Conclusion | Gear it up and start your bridal beauty routine! You need to take good care of your body in terms of daily hydration, daily exercise and sleep if you want to have the ultimate glowing skin on the big day. The additional beauty care attempts will only be beneficial if you already have healthy skin.