Fresh from her honeymoon, Warne has shared her extensive health, fitness and beauty pre-wedding routine with Into The Gloss – and honestly, it puts our bridal bootcamp efforts to shame.
Warne begins with a caveat: her regimen was “a lot of work”, tedious and expensive. “I don’t have kids just yet and I feel lucky to be self-employed, which made it doable,” she admits.
Read on for a glimpse into life as a bride-to-be with 1.7-million Instagram followers…
1/ Three facial treatments a week
“I wanted my skin as hydrated, plump, even and as glowing as possible, so about a month out, I committed to three treatments a week,” Nicole writes. Her facialist of choice is Sydney-based skin whisperer Melanie Grant, who was also a guest at her wedding.
As part of her pre-wedding facial routine, Nicole indulged in a “once-monthly deep cleanse using sonophoresis that meticulously cleans the skin pore by pore and helps soften and liquefy sebum, dirt, and debris.” This targeted congestion on her forehead. Plus…
Once-monthly using “an ultrafine diamond tip” for gentle exfoliation.
4/ Custom peels
Nicole’s peels alternatied between lactic acid and niacinamide and enzyme formulations, to refine and chemically exfoliate, she tells Into The Gloss.
5/ Vitamin infusions
Applied with ultrasound, Nicole had a cocktail of vitamin C, resveratrol (an antioxidant), niacinamide, ferulic acid, squalene, hyaluronic acid and AHAs.
6/ Light therapy
Guaranteed to give you glow, light therapy sessions are perfect for brides to be. Nicole had a mix of both red and white light “to induce collagen and elastin, calm inflammation and stimulate blood flow to promote radiance, clarity and glow.”
7/ Lash lift
“My eyelashes looked twice as long even before I applied mascara,” Nicole enthuses. She had hers done at Smooth Waxing in Bondi.