Bridal Beauty Checklist For An Amazing Wedding

Posted on 12/12/2016. Written by Jana Svalbe.

Beauty is all in the eye of the beholder, but to give you a helping hand and make sure you look amazing on your wedding day use our simple beauty checklist for guaranteed success.

Make Your Hands Pretty

When you’re looking to purchase your wedding rings ready for the big day make sure you give your hands plenty of love by moisturising and giving them a manicure. If you feel good about your hands then this will make picking a wedding ring so much easier. The same applies to your wedding day as your hands will be on show with everyone looking to see your wedding ring and plenty of photos with your hands in full display. Make an appointment the day before your wedding to have a manicure and get your hands in tip top condition.

Fitness Plan

A regular fitness plan and regime can not only help you look great but you’ll also feel fabulous too. From daily exercise and eating healthy food to making sure you drink at least 2 litres of water a day and getting plenty of sleep.

Skin Routine

Whether you have skin problems or not you should start a good skin routine at least 6 months before your wedding day. Exfoliate, cleanse then moisturise daily and you’ll see great results. If you do have any skin problems it’s best to see a dermatologist who’ll be able to help you create a custom skin care routine.

Beauty Treatments

From laser hair removal to waxing treatments, make sure you plan beauty treatments in advance. This includes everything from hair treatments such as Keratin to control frizzy hair to hair colouring and straightening.


Tan at least two days before your big day as this gives you plenty of time to correct any mistakes or overspray problems. You want a nice subtle glow rather than an all-out party tan so giving your tan time to fade in will really help to create the perfect look.

Exfoliate on Your Wedding Day

Get your skin ready on your wedding day by exfoliating and moisturising on the morning of your wedding. Your makeup artist will be able to control any shine or oiliness with their products but make sure you have a trial before your wedding to get everything right and stick to the same routine on your wedding day.

Stick to What You Know

From skincare and makeup products to stylists, don’t try anything new in the week leading up to your wedding. The last thing you want is an allergic reaction so make sure that any products you want to use you have used before and know that they don’t cause problems.

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Jana Svalbe
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