Bridal Beauty Tips
Bridal Beauty Tips
Q: How Can You Keep Your Perfume From Fading?
A: All brides want their sensational scent to last throughout their wedding day. Try these key tips to keep your fragrance from fading:
*Apply perfume before getting dressed and putting on jewelry. You don’t want to ruin your perfect gown or accessories with stains.
*Be sure your perfume isn’t competing with the floral scent of your flowers. If you have an abundance of aromatic buds, such as: stargazer lilies, gardenias, roses, or jasmine, opt for a subtler fragrance.
*Use layers of the same fragrance, beginning with a shower gel or shower cream.
*Dab the scent on your pulse points – wrists, base of throat, behind ear lobes, crooks of arms, between breasts, behind the knees. The skin stays warmer in these areas and will allow the aroma to surround you nicely.
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Q: Can You Get A Natural-Looking Tan Without The Sun?
A: Looking radiant as you walk down the aisle is a top priority, and golden skin against a creamy bridal gown always looks stunning. Get a natural-looking tan without risking a red, angry burn with these tips.
Time it Right: Never wait until the night before (or the morning of) your wedding to experiment with self-tanning. Give yourself at least a week to test your results and practice application, or you may end up streaky with no time to correct it.
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Exfoliate the Surface Area: A patchy, streaky tan is not what you want your wedding photographer to capture on film. Exfoliation helps ensure that the surface of your skin is smooth, allowing the formula to apply evenly for best results. Use a loofah to exfoliate your skin, and shave your legs before self-tanning.
Moisturize The Skin: Before applying the self-tanner, moisturize the skin to prime it. Skin that’s hydrated and moisturized will accept the formula better, resulting in richer color for your wedding day.
Apply Evenly: Even application is the key to a flawless bridal glow. Liquefy the formula by rubbing a small amount together in your hands, then apply the formula to the face, neck and body using a thin, even coat. Use a small, circular motion when applying, and wash hands with soap immediately after application. Some self-tanning formulas have a built-in bronzer, making it easy to see where you’ve applied it for even color. A great-looking tan will develop in 3-4 hours.
More Helpful Bridal Beauty Tips:
Avoid getting formula on clothing. Make sure it dries completely before getting dressed.
Apply formula to straight legs and arms so joints do not look darker than the rest of the body.
Even-out skin tone by applying self tanner to tan lines.
Reapply the formula as needed.
(NOTE: Even with sunscreen protection, UV-exposure can still lead to skin cancer and premature aging, even if you don’t burn. Be safe when you are in the sun!)
I hope you have enjoyed our Bridal Beauty Tips.