Looking your best on your Wedding Day

Today we are going to talk about looking your very best.

Most couples have at least six months to plan their wedding and usually a lot longer, so if you want to look your very best for your wedding day, you’re going to need to put a bit of effort in.

What great motivation to drop some excess kilos, tone up and do some detoxing, so your skin looks great and your eyes look clear and bright.

If you are determined to look your best, sit down and set yourself some goals. Maybe see a dietician or get a personal trainer. If you want to do it yourself just be sensible.

Swap junk food for healthier options, drink lots of water and do a bit of exercise three or four times a week. It’s not difficult and you’ll see quick results. If you are a bit unmotivated get yourself a great personal trainer and have fun with it.

Having white teeth on your wedding day is important, especially if you are wearing a white dress. If your teeth aren’t really white, they will look yellow against a white dress.

Plan to see your dentist about a month before the wedding to have your teeth whitened. You might need to have two whitening treatments, so rather than have it the week before, have it a bit earlier so that you’ve got time for a second one if necessary. If you are a smoker it’s essential!

If you wear glasses and you don’t want to wear glasses on your wedding day, get some contact lenses for the day a few weeks before the wedding so that you can get used to wearing them. Not everyone can wear them.

So, think about these things in advance. Things like if you’re going to have tips or false nails applied, you might want to have a trial run to see how you deal with long nails.

I’ve seen brides who are so used to having short nails that on their wedding day find it near impossible to do simple tasks such as pick up an object, go to the bathroom or even use a knife and fork.

The same goes for hair extensions. Be careful if you’re having an extra 6 inches or more of hair extensions attached because you’re not used to having that length of hair.

The last thing you want is to lean over the bridal table forgetting you’ve got extra hair and catching it on fire from a candle! Understand that you will need a bit of time to get used to these changes.

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I can’t wait to hear from you.

♡ ​Sue

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