Can you imagine having a toothache on the morning of your wedding day? Well, that would be devastating! However, you can avoid such incidences by strictly following a detailed beauty timeline.
Brides tend to concentrate too much on the obvious pre-wedding preparation thus neglecting other small but necessary assignments. You don’t have to leave anything to chance!
This article offers a comprehensive guide that you can use to prepare your pre-wedding checklist:
6 Months Before the Wedding
Determine Your Skincare Plan
Get your appointment with a dermatologist to get crucial tips on keeping your skin flawless. Ensure that you implement every advice offered to the letter to avoid disappointments during your big day.
Talk to Your Dentist
A tooth problem can wreak havoc on the day of your wedding. You should book for professional teeth cleaning service at least two weeks before the wedding. That way, you’ll be guaranteed that none of your teeth will cause discomfort/pain during your big day.
Book an Appointment With Your Brow Professional
Your eyebrows should look the best during your wedding day. As such, you should schedule professional maintenance at least once a month. This will help in developing your desired brow shape.
Talk to Your Hairstylist
You should discuss your desired hairstyle with your hairstylist at least six months before the wedding. If you need changes in color or length, the stylist will have adequate time to advise you on the best approach to achieve it.
5 Months Before the Wedding
Schedule Makeups and Hairstyle Appointment
This is the right time to present images of your desired styles. Make sure that you deliberate on every aspect of your chosen hairstyle.
Also, you can have several trials of that specific hairstyle before the D-day to evaluate whether it suits you best.
3 Months Before the Wedding
Book a Facial
This is the right time to have a first facial. It will help to identify the best products to use for the procedure several days before the wedding.
Have Another Hair Trial
You have the right to try as many hairdos as you can. This will increase your options.
When choosing your ideal hairstyle, ensure that it matches the theme and that it’s ideal for the prevailing weather.
2 Months Before
Try Out a Spray Tan
You can try out several spray tans and observe how they work. Select the best and book for a spray tan three days before the wedding.
1 Month Before
Make your final decisions on the hairstyle and makeup you will use for the wedding.
Two Weeks to The Wedding
Get your final facial and color touch-up. Also, ensure that all your cosmetics are ready for the D-day
The Week of the Wedding
This is the time you should have your final brow treatment, waxing, get a spray tan, and have your manicure & pedicure done.
Makeup, dressing, and hairstyling should be done on the day of the wedding.