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18 December, 2019 02:09:51 PM

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Bridal skincare tips before wedding

Independent Online/ NDTV
Bridal skincare tips before wedding
Look your radiant best on your wedding day. Photo: NDTV

In the midst of the holiday season and party festivities, there's another countdown running through your mind. 2020 is fast approaching and you're all set to be wed in the first month of the year.

You've been religiously following a diet, fitness and lifestyle routine to look your absolute best on your big day.

With only a month before to turn from 'Ms.' to 'Mrs.', your anticipation and sometimes stress is running high.

It's completely natural but you shouldn't let it dampen the bridal glow you've been preparing for.

Following the right bridal beauty tips can make a huge difference to preparing your skin for the day. We've got a handful of skincare tips to follow when you have 1 month to go for your wedding.

In the run up to your big day, add in these 5 bridal skincare tips to leave your face healthy and glowing.

1. Zap Away Zits
Do you see a pimple appear out of nowhere on your face? It's probably because you're a bundle of nerves. Fortunately, you've got more than enough time to treat the problem. An acne spot corrector or treatment (if it is on a larger area) can dry up inflammation, calm the skin and reduces the appearance of darkness left behind.

2. Up The Moisture
Hydration is absolutely essential if you want your face to have a healthy, supple feel. Along with chugging litres of water on the daily, also add in hydrating beauty products to give your skin an extra boost of moisture. A moisturising night cream or serum will replenish your face after a long day and when removing makeup, micellar water will do so gently without leaving it dry.

3. Glow Up
Make these last 4 weeks the time to pamper your skin effectively. Decipher your skin concern, whether it is dullness, dryness or dark spots and based on it, find a treatment like a face pack, ubtan or sheet mask which you can use bi-weekly to sort out time for the wedding.

4. It's All In The Eyes
Remember the eyes are the window to your soul. And since your soulmate will be glancing into your eyes in a month's time, make sure they look peppy, bright and fresh. Don't skip out on eye care as they can look dull very easily. A potent eye cream that targets your worries will help smoothen it out.

5. Go Pro Level
Want a bridal glow that can be spotted from outer space? Then take your skincare routine to the next level with a facial. You don't even need to step into a salon or clinic as at-home facial kits like ones for glowing skin particularly can deliver radiance to you with ease.


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Published by the Editor on behalf of Independent Publications Limited at Media Printers, 446/H, Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1215.
Editorial, News & Commercial Offices : Beximco Media Complex, 149-150 Tejgaon I/A, Dhaka-1208, Bangladesh. GPO Box No. 934, Dhaka-1000.

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