Your Wedding Beauty Plan And Wedding Hairstyles
It’s easy to become so caught up in the planning that you forget one simple thing: you! So start now to create and stick to a self-care plan for your Wedding Beauty Plan and Wedding Hairstyles.
Exercise regularly and keep to a healthy diet. Even a 30-minute walk several times a week can be enough to keep you feeling energetic. To prevent fatigue, take a multivitamin everyday, especially if you’re skipping meals. Bring healthy snacks—almonds, a banana—along with you when you go shopping or to work.
Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize. Keep skin hydrated – especially at night. “Your skin repairs itself when you sleep, so apply a nourishing serum and moisturizer before bed that includes ingredients like soy extract, elastin, and collagen,” one stylist recommends.
Get plenty of sleep. Most brides-to-be find themselves having some late nights, but try your best not to skimp on sleep; not getting enough contributes to lowered immunity, and you don’t want to get sick now. Plus, well-rested gals always look their best.
Don’t wait to the last minute! At least 3 months out you should pencil in any grooming extras like laser hair removal, brow waxing or threading, or teeth whitening.
Meet with a hairstylist. If you want to maintain your current cut and/or color, tell your regular hairstylist, and be sure you’re not due for an appointment the week before your big day (you should ideally have your hair cut and colored a couple of weeks prior). If this stylist will do your hair for the wedding, see her for a practice session or two to try a couple of hairdos. (If you’re wearing a headpiece or tiara, bring it along.)
Your hair style. Don’t think of your current style as a starting block for your wedding style. By adding hair extensions or a hair piece you can add volume and length and completely change your look. Wedding hairstyles for brides in Raleigh include both SHORT and long hair updos! The beauty of a one off hair style is that you can go to much more effort than would if you had to do it every day. (Meet some of our favorite Hairstylist for Weddings in Raleigh)
Also think about your wedding dress and try to match its style. The degree of formality of your dress should be matched by your hairstyle. Love the Vintage Look – let your hairdresser know!
Practice makeup. Most stores will give you free makeovers; tell them you’re getting married and they’ll go all out. For a photoshoot, however (and the day of the wedding) you might want to splurge and have your own Makeup Artist! Makeup ideas for you wedding day might also be found in Raleigh at the Bobbi Brown counter! Make an appointment, it’s definitely worth the expense.
Mature Bride Cosmetics. Mature brides might have a condition referred to as hooded eye. This means that you need to take extra caution when applying eye make up. One way to achieve this is to use lighter shades of eye shadows and eyeliners. Using a dark shadow over the entire lid can cause the eye to look heavier. On the other hand, highlighting the brow bone too much can make your eyes appear even more hooded, as well.