M-1: make-up and hairstyle tests
To avoid being fooled by the weather, it is better to find your make-up and hairdressing providers at least one month from the fateful day. In addition to freelance make-up artists and hairdressers, and salons, many institutes offer such services or even combine them. Future brides must have chosen their dress to embark on this step so that the beauty and outfit are in perfect harmony. It is then enough to conduct several tests to achieve the perfect hairstyle and make-up, even if it means repeating these tests a few days before the ceremony. An important point is if the complexion of the future bride has changed between the tests and the long-awaited day.
D-15: prepare your skin
At the center of all attention, and in particular wedding photographs, the bride must prepare and take care of her skin until D-Day. This requires a healthy lifestyle (drinking enough water, avoiding tobacco and fatty products) and carrying out treatments, to be done at home or in institutes. To combine business with pleasure, the “bride-to-be” can opt for a cocooning day where they will enjoy a deep cleansing of the skin and facial treatments, as well as a hammam, body scrub, and massage. An excellent way to prepare while freeing yourself from the tensions accumulated as the ceremony approaches.
The wedding time will soon ring, so you have to refine your beauty routine to avoid (nasty) last-minute surprises. It may seem obvious, but the daily beauty routine (make-up removal, cleansing, moisturizing) must be flawless in the last week. At the same time, it is advisable to go through the hair removal stage between D-2 and D-8, to have perfect legs until the honeymoon while avoiding red marks linked to hair removal for the most complex skin types. Sensitive. Last but not least, particular attention must be paid to the beauty of the hands. There are also treatments in institutes to be combined with a manicure (the French manicure remains a must) for a memorable exchange of wedding rings.