What Should You Do Before Wedding-Just Get Some Best Tips

There are many things must do before you get marry. You probably know better than to go try your first-ever spray tan the night before your wedding, but when's the best time to cut your hair or get a facial before walking down the aisle? Here's a handy wedding-beauty tips help you plan out which beautifying actions to take when.

6 Months Before

If you're going to try a new hair color, now's the time to do it--plenty of time to deal should there be a dye-saster.

Start a good skincare regimen, which might include monthly peels or facials. If you have issues--acne, bacne, rosacea, etc--consult with a pro to figure out the best treatment plan.

If you're exploring any kind of laser hair removal, you need to start sessions around now.

                               

3 Months Before
Do your wedding hair and makeup trials. Book your beauty team and set up appointments for your wedding party.

Experiment with self tanners or spray tans, if you want a faux glow.

Get your brows professionally shaped; you'll have time to grow them out in spots if needed.

Start an at-home teeth-whitening routine.

1 Month Before
If you're not using a makeup artist, experiment with and buy wedding makeup now, so you have time to do a few trial runs.

Start regularly applying self tanner to build up a good base of even color.

2 Weeks Before
Cut/trim your hair--this'll allow time for it to "settle" while still looking fresh.

Touch up your hair color.

Think about/choose what nail color you'll wear; buy it in case the salon you'll go to doesn't have it in stock.

Practice doing your own hair/makeup if you're not using professionals.

                                 

The Week Before
Get a professional teeth whitening. This shouldn't be done any closer in case you experience sensitivity.

Do your last facial, peel etc.--but ONLY one you've been doing regularly and you know will not cause irritation.

Get your brows professionally shaped again--you can do this as close as two days before, but avoid doing it the night before because there's always potential for redness.

Do a deep-conditioning treatment for softer, shinier hair, or do a salon gloss.

Get any waxing done, to avoid irritation at the last minute.

The Day Before
Execute your pre-tested spray-tan plan. Don't spray tan the morning of because most involve bronzer that can rub off on your dress.

Get your mani-pedi; you're not going to be patient enough to sit and let polish properly dry on your wedding morning.