Weeks to go Follow a proper cleansing, toning and moisturizing routine.
Drink six to ten glasses of water every day. Indulge in regular
pre-wedding facials every fortnight until two weeks prior to your
wedding day. This allows for minor flare-ups or breakouts to subside.
Four weeks to go Book a trial with your hair and makeup artist
so you have time to experiment with different looks and co-ordinate
the bridal party's makeup.
Three weeks to
go If you are planning on applying face tan yourself,
begin practicing application a couple of weeks prior to the wedding.
Alternatively, entrust the task to an experienced beauty therapist.
Two weeks to go Schedule a hair trim or colour changes now
- this way if problems arise, there's time for a rescue session.
Have your first manicure to start getting hands and nails in shape.
(make your final appointment for the day before your wedding.
This ensures wet nails aren't constantly smudging).
One Week to go An eyelash tint means you can get away with
less mascara on the day, giving you a more natural look. It also
means not having to wear mascara on your honeymoon. Despite all
the excitement try and get a few good night sleeps in the lead
up to the big day. Relax with a massage, and/or aromatherapy with
soothing music, or indulge in a bubble bath or two.