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Bridal Make-Up mistakes to avoid

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So, the big day is just around the corner and you are going through a rainbow of emotions – there’s excitement, anticipation, nervousness, and even some panic sneaking in.

Relax! This is going to be the best day in your life and we are here to help you not make these common make-up mistakes that can ruin this special day.

In the last week before your wedding make sure not to do any of the things listed below:

Changing your hair color or haircut
The week before the wedding is definitely not the time to do drastic changes to your hair. No matter how experienced your hair stylist is, there’s always the chance to not get the expected result. Stick to your current hue and hairstyle and choose a recovering hair therapy at the saloon instead.

Self tanning
Spray tanning in a booth may seem a good idea at first as it doesn’t take much time and the result is visible right away, but it can also result in a color that doesn’t match your skin tone or gets unevenly distributed. In order to avoid this mistake, hire a specialist to apply the fake tan instead – just remember to exfoliate your skin before the procedure!

Peeling and microdermabrasion
While the effect of these two procedures is a flawless and silky soft skin, they are not allowed the week before the wedding, unless you are willing to take the risk to get your skin irritated or even bruised. Save such procedures for at least two weeks before the big day.

Using new beauty products
Whether it is a new skin therapy or new mascara, the week before the wedding is not the time to experiment with make-up. You risk getting an allergic reaction to some of the ingredients in the new product that may result in redness, damaged skin, rashes, or itching – these are all things no bride wants to experience on her wedding day!

Follow these simple rules and your flawless look will be guaranteed on each photo from the big day!

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