Before you say ‘I do’ it is vital that you – the bride – look and feel your best. Wedding planning can be stressful and can quickly take a toll on your body and mind. So before you walk down the aisle, here are our recommended top five beauty appointments you need to book before your wedding day.
Your skin should be glowing on your wedding day, so go see your dermatologist. No matter what skin type or issues you have, a dermatologist will ensure that your skin is on track to be the best it can be on your big day. If you have a specific skin issue like psoriasis, dry skin or adult acne, ask your doctor to create the best skincare routine for you. Book this beauty appointment three to six months before the wedding to give your new skincare routine a chance to work.
With your smile being on full display on your wedding day, it is essential that you see your dentist. A deep clean and teeth whitening can work wonders and will have you smiling confidently in your wedding photos. Ensure that your fiancé does the same. Book this beauty appointment for the week of your wedding.
Have your hair looking amazing by visiting a hair colorist. If you plan to change your hair color, you need to start early so make this beauty appointment three to six months in advance. Take the time to take to your colorist about your hair vision, and together with your hairstylist, they can make your wedding day hair dreams come true.
With so many options for your wedding day hairstyle, it is essential to work with your stylist to create the perfect look. Visit your stylist a few months before your wedding day with any hair accessories and pictures of your dress so you both get an idea of what will work well together. Once the brainstorming is out of the way, you need to book a trial for the stylist to try the suggested style on your hair. This will then be followed by the stylist recreating the perfect look on your wedding day.
Like with your hairstylist, a brainstorming session followed by a trial before your big day is significant. It will take a few tries before your makeup artists gets it right so don’t be discouraged. Bring along your ideas, research and an open mind – sometimes what you see for yourself is not the best look for you.
From exchanging rings to cutting the cake, your hands will be a focal point of your wedding day. Make sure both you and your fiancé’s hands are looking great by booking an appointment with a manicurist a day or two before your wedding. It is a beautiful bonding experience that your entire wedding party can join in on.