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    Default Tips bridal Skin care - Beauty Care

    Every bride desires her skin to look flawless and radiant on her wedding day.
    Her's some tips when you're about to get married. And still want to look fresh and beautiful.


    * Maintain a healthy food habit at regular intervals
    * Follow a diet full of vitamins and nutrients.
    * Take ample rest and get proper sleep
    * Cleanse and massage your skin regularly
    * Seek professional help before applying makeup
    * Include yoga, exercise, and other physical activities as part of your health regimen

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    If your bride want to look amazing on your wedding day you must under go this Adopt Basic Skin Care, Eat and Drink Right Deal with the Chronic Skin Problems!

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    Aww, I really like this
    It's written very nicely and it kinda flows. Every word is interesting, as is the thing as a whole. Makes me want to understand more about whats going on. Really good, keep it up

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    drink more water stop eating junk foods and stay away from stress, avoid watching tv

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    Food plays very important role in skin care. You have provided great tips for skin care. I am glad to read these tips.

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    **Rachel** Female

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    Thanks for the info. Stress does play large part in a Brides skin health

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    **BRTCskincare** Female

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    You can achieve a natural and healthy glow by using products that contain only all natural ingredients. These ingredients like plants, nuts and fruits are great for all skin types and all skin problems.

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    **ANGELICA MASON** Female

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    Or you can go for the DXN products. They all are herbal manufactured. I used their range and it really worked on my dry tanned skin.

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    Great tips. Thanks for it.

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    The most important thing is to plan in advance and try things out before the actual day, and then time the treatments so that you have little to worry about on your special day!

    12 weeks before:
    Facial
    Waxing
    Deep cleansing for the skin and shaping eyebrows to compliment the face. It's time to get started so that, by the time you wed, you are reaping the longer term benefits. Also, good to start waxing now to see how you react to it if you've not done it before. Finish with a relaxing massage to unwind.

    10 weeks before:
    Manicure/Pedicure
    Strengthening and conditioning nails as well as moisturising skin on hands and feet is ongoing.

    7 weeks before:
    Facial - skin is looking better
    Neck/Back Massage - you need to RELAX!
    Waxing - eyebrows now should be the correct shape

    5 weeks before:
    Manicure/Pedicure - keep these regular so that your hands and feet are their best on the day. Strengthening and conditioning nails and moisturising skin, you can also experiment with nail colours in the meantime.

    1 Week before:
    Facial - your skin will benefit and should it be red, will calm down before your big day. Important are: moisturising for the skin, tinting eyelashes and shape brows.
    Waxing - you want the redness to go down before the big day!

    1-2 days before:
    Manicure/Pedicure
    Trial Make up
    Final shaping of nails and conditioning skin, paint toe-nails but not fingernails. Work with the artist to make sure you get the look you desire.

    1 day before or the morning of your big day:
    Makeup / Nail polish
    Make sure you specify any preferences in advance. Paint fingernails first and make sure they dry completely

    Start you skin care regime several weeks (up to 12) in advance. Work with your facialist to come up with the plan right for you so that you can start following it - this way, you'll be reaping the benefits on your special day.

    IMPORTANT: DO NOT "test" new/out there treatments and products too close to your big day. You don't know how you will react. That's why it's better to start a regime and follow it, so you are calm and collected - and not surprised - on the actual day itself.

    In addition to makeup, book a few trial runs with the hairdresser for your hair. Makeup and hair should be decided on about a week to several days before the wedding day. That way, you'll be on automatic pilot on your day - you have enough to think about and you want to enjoy it, not panic over beauty issues.

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