Make appointments to see your dermatologist and discuss a personal cleansing and moisturizing routine. Facials don’t come cheap, so visit your beauty expert at regularly and don’t miss appointments. Don’t overdo your skin treatments, as your skin needs time to take in the nourishment. Follow the instructions of your dermatologist with your skincare routine at home.
It is not just your facial skin that needs to be glowing, but your feet and hands play a major role in your wedding functions. Go for regular pedicures and manicures.
Haircuts and Color
If you want to go in for a new haircut or a color, this is the right time. With six months on hand, there is still time for a new haircut and color to settle. You will know exactly how it will look with your wedding outfit and you will avoid any major damage.
Exfoliate and Protect Your Skin
To get rid of dead skin, exfoliate. Your exfoliation routine has to be done twice/three times a week, don’t overdo it as it may lead to dry skin. Do not go out without a sunscreen and reapply every two/three hours to keep the skin free from damage – a must for all brides-to-be.
Keep Stress at Bay
You need to relax and keep stress away though it is easier said than done! Stress can take a toll on your skin so practice some mindfulness techniques.
Deep Condition and Use Good Hair Spray
Hair is an important part of your entire wedding look. To ensure your hair looks best for your events, use a deep conditioning hair mask twice/three times a month before the wedding. For dry hair, apply homemade hair packs to make it glossy and healthy. A good hairspray will keep your hair in place and take care of the frizz.
Drinking lots of water coupled with sleep; exfoliating daily two weeks prior to the wedding, having all your appointments in place and indulging in regular manicures and pedicures will make all the difference!