If you are thinking that the entire focus is on the bride on the wedding day, then you are wrong. The attention is also on the bridesmaids. So, if you are a bridesmaid-to-be, then you also need to take care of your skin just like the bride.
Every bride wants to look her best on her wedding day. But apart from following a good home-care regime from a few months before the wedding, exercising and having a balanced diet, it is important to take help from the experts too in our times because of the kind of pollution and stress levels our skin is exposed to these days. After my last session with Dr. Kiran Lohia at Lumiere Dermatology, I could only place my trust in her to prepare my skin for my wedding. In fact, me and Dr. Lohia had started working on my skin for the big day right from the first time I met her- I had just had my wedding date fixed, and she was one of the first persons to know about my wedding! From then on, she put me under a strict ‘sunscreen’ regime and also advised me on the right kind of skin care at home for the weeks to come.
Time flys but the memories remain behind with us. Also, the pictures. Wedding is a whirlpool of emotions. The happiness of uniting with loved ones, jitters for the new life, anxiousness for the preparations and a tinge of sorrow for leaving behind the family. While all this goes on, a bride is expected to make some decisions that would leave its impact for a very long time. Choosing the right makeup artist is one such decision. Let’s us go through some pointers that you should think about before finalizing a makeup artist.
As the D-Day draws close, each minute feels imbued with jitters, excitement, nervousness, optimism and a tinge of poignancy that one is going to begin a new chapter of life. To top it all, since it is your D-Day your appearance is going to have an effect. It will be etched in your memory and the wedding album for years to come. Certainly and understandably, you would leave no stone unturned in sprucing yourself up. So, why not have a lowdown on those pre-wedding treatments that a bride-to-be must get before tying the knot?
Here’s to all the brides-to-be and the newly married ladies in the house! We’ve got a brand new feature catering just to all your needs. I was brainstorming about some new features on the blog, like just right now as I’m writing this post, and I realized I never talk about brides on the blog. Well, maybe I was reserving this category for around the time I’d be getting married, but that’s not in the pipeline yet anyway. So without further ado, here’s to the bridal chit-chat!