Now that we have all survived the holidays…. wedding season is right around the corner! So how can you get your skin glowing and gorgeous for your wedding? First, if you are engaged and in the process of planning your special day…. congratulations! You are embarking on such a special and exciting chapter of life!
One of the biggest mistakes I see brides make is waiting to get a facial a month (or even a few weeks) before the wedding thinking it’s going to make them glow on the wedding day. This is a huge no-no, especially if your skin is not used to getting treatment or using professional products, you could have a reaction and breakouts. It’s the same as wanting to get your bod in shape for the big day, you are going to start working out a year to 6 months prior to be in tip top shape, right!? Your skin is no different!
Glowing Skin on Your Wedding Day
Here are some of my best tips to get that glowing skin on your wedding day:
- Meet with an esthetician 4-6 months prior to your wedding (minimum of 6 months if you have acne).
- Get the right skincare regime for your skin, we can help with that!
- Asses your diet and try to work towards a healthier gut, see our past blog for quick tips and help. Eating healthy really does show in your skin!
- Exercise at least 3 days a week. Working out is a win-win because it tones your body and supports healthy, glowing skin! (Stay tuned for our next upcoming blog on working out and your skin!)
There’s no quick fix or overnight solution to get your skin looking ‘wedding day’ ready, so start now to get the flawless look you want on your big day!
Guess what? I’m excited to announce that I just got engaged in New York a couple of weeks ago! I want to share with you guys what I will be doing to prep my skin so follow me on Austin Skin Plus social media pages to get a front row seat at my regimen. We will be getting married in the Fall/Winter, so I will be starting now to get ready. I will be really revving it up in June, after I compete in an Ironman race in Idaho!
Carly @ Austin Skin+