How to Create the Perfect Beauty Routine Before Your Big Day

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As a bride-to-be, you should prepare to look your best during your big day. But it may not happen overnight. By beginning a daily routine before the big day, you establish a natural rhythm that will keep your skin hydrated and your body shedding the daily stress that comes with bringing your wedding vision into focus. Here are ways that you can use to create it as you wait for one of the most important days of your life.

Leading up to Your Wedding

Schedule to Visit a Medical Dermatologist

Weddings are often considered as red-carpet moments for brides. With all the anxiety and stress involved in planning, there is a great possibility that your red-carpet moment can quickly turn to a cold shoulder day. A few months to the day of your wedding, make sure you visit a dermatologist. They can check any skin issues that you may have and provide practical solutions that you can consider. For instance, if you have acne problems and most of the skin treatment that you have tried has not worked, they could give you options. Furthermore, a dermatologist can take care of your nails, hair, and most issues that affect your appearance. It doesn’t matter if they are stretch marks or warts - seeing a dermatologist can be the start of a beauty routine that will ensure that you look breathtaking in a healthy, and all-natural way.

Get Enough Sleep

Having a consistent sleep schedule can make you feel and look more beautiful on the day you wed the love of your life. While we are sleeping, our bodies release hormones that repair and restore our body cells. One of them is collagen that is responsible for our hair and skin’s health. The cells in your body also generate when you are sleeping. Hence, start getting enough sleep as soon as possible. This will enable you to enjoy the maximum beauty benefits that come with sleep. Remember that lack of enough sleep will darken your eyes, impair your memory, and lower your concentration. It can also make you moody. These are some of the worst things that you can have or be on your big day.

Cleanse. Tone. Moisturize.

The foundation of any beauty routine is cleansing, toning, and moisturizing. It’s the first line of defense to all your skin worries. It’s also important to cleanse your face twice in a day; before you sleep and when you wake up. Cleansing removes any dirt and oils that have gathered on your face during the day while opening up your pores. Toning goes back and tightens those pores back up while helping reduce fine lines. Moisturizing helps lock moisture into those tightened pores which keeps your skin soft. And, of course, every routine should include sunscreen in the morning!

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