What Is The Makeup Choice You Tend To Tell Brides To Avoid: Let's face it, the thought of walking down the aisle for most women is quite daunting! You want to feel like yourself and as comfortable as you can with the whole room looking at you, right? My advice is; don't steer too far away from your usual makeup look. Whether that be a bold red lip or a natural beach babe look, do you, and rock it.
How Should Brides Prep Their Skin For The Big Day: Set up a consult with a beauty therapist who can assess your skin and help you set up a strategy (monthly facials - heaven! ) to achieve your dream skin gaols. or an on-going skin care treatment plan, The Future Mrs recommends RATIONALE as their preferred skin care clinic. The Rationale consultants, along with their prescribed treatments and products, will set you up with luminous skin for your wedding day, and the rest of your life. If this isn’t an option, just give a little extra love to your skin in the months (as far in advance as you can) leading up to the wedding. Make sure you remove all makeup of an evening by cleansing and at least - use a serum, eye cream and moisturiser and exfoliate once a week. Don’t forget your décolletage! Use a hydrating mask the night before the big day and eye patches the morning of. Be sure you test these out prior to the wedding in case of any reactions. My recommendations are Go-To's ‘Transformazing’ Sheet Mask and Peter Thomas Roth 24k Pure Gold Luxury Lift & Firm Hydra-Gel Patches.
What Do You Suggest Brides Do During The Day To Keep Their Makeup Intact: I always recommend having on hand your lipstick, touch up concealer, a mini powder, a few cotton tips and if you're a crier (like me!) - a mini pack of tissues. If the tears do start to flow, just remember to pat, not wipe!
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