Firstly, would be CTM, which translates into Cleansing, Toning, and Moisturizing, basically cleansing can help one lose the extra few pounds of water retention, and make the bride feel a lot more light and healthy, compared to feeling bloated and tired. Cleansing has various different forms, some people simply go on a water cleanse, others go on a juice/fruit cleanse, and also some vegetable cleanses, cleanses are usually short term, and should be done around a week or so before the wedding, as it will shed off the extra few pounds of water retention. Toning takes a longer time, and basically involves going to the gym and eating healthy, and is more of a long-term lifestyle change, as this will simply make the bride feel and look a lot better, and they would fit into their dress a lot better. Moisturizing involves taking care of one’s skin, and constantly applying lotion and healthy skin products to take care of oneself, as it will help the bride look a lot more bright and radiant during her wedding day. Other things brides can do should be done a few days before the wedding such as spa days, manicures or pedicures, hair removal, and removal of dead skin, all these things will help the bride look much more radiant and fresh.
Thus, Moodzie believes the process of beautifying in terms of toning and going to the gym, are more long-term, hence maybe a few months before the wedding the bride should attempt going to the gym and eating healthier, whereas other are more short-term fixes that can drastically improve the look of the bride.
Below are great tips to look amazing on your wedding day:
As the saying goes, hindsight is 20/20. So who better to scoop wedding hair and makeup tips from than beauty savvy women who’ve already walked down the aisle, survived the reception and whooped it up on the dance floor until dawn.
You’ve got the dress sorted, now it’s time to think about wedding beauty… Looking for wedding make-up tips ahead of your own big day? Look no further, as we’ve put together 20 bridal make-up dos and dont’s, with a little help from the experts, to make sure you look flawless whatever your wedding budget.
Is there any beauty bummer worse than the classic bad-hair day? Smudged makeup can be fixed with relative ease, but frizzy, flat or flyaway hair? That’s a different story, and it’s certainly a scenario you want to avoid on your wedding day. So be prepared. Be very prepared. Here are some guidelines.
Every bride is the star of her wedding. Months are spent on deciding the wedding date, the invitation lists, and the decorations. The thoughts of her clothing and accessories consume the bride’s every waking moment. In the midst of all the planning and organizing, the bride forgets the most important thing to take care of – herself.
You’ve made it through the fun part of your engagement (admit it: You loved snapping all those ring selfies), and now it’s time to get into the nitty-gritty of looking fantastic on your big day.
Good Morning ladies, are we all feeling bright and bushy-tailed this morning? So you may remember a little while ago we shared our Wedding Day Beauty Timeline, a guide to help you on your way to beauty bliss for your wedding.
photo: Her World Brides Mar’18 1) Eat your greens and grains Avoid the greasy fast food meal and have a light and healthy dinner the night before. Opt for a salad or if you must have carbs, choose healthier grains like quinoa or brown rice.
We’ve heard the standard advice for bridal beauty – ‘keep it natural’, ‘glowing skin is key’, ‘avoid smokey eyes and bold colours’. Yawn. What about the practical, BS-free advice we actually want for our wedding day? The keep-on-hand products, the fuss-free prep, the disaster fixers (*touches wood*)?
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