WEDDING STYLE BLOG

Inspiration for the Long Island Bride

  • Date: May 05, 2021
  • Author: Long Island Bride and Groom - Madeline Merinuk
  • Category: Health & Beauty   
Your wedding is undoubtedly one of the most special days of your life. It’s filled with special memories that will, no doubt, be captured on photo and video — so it’s crucial to look and feel your best when the big day arrives. But, a natural glow doesn’t come overnight. If the idea of planning out treatments and appointments is stressful, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here’s LI Bride and Groom’s pre-wedding beauty routine timeline of what you need to do and when. You’re welcome in advance.
 
6-8 months

-Start scheduling hair and makeup trials, and then immediately book your hair appointment. The last thing you want is to get caught last minute because no stylists are taking appointments. (Pro-tip: get your dress before you make your hair trial -- your stylist will probably be making some creative decisions for your hair based on the cut of your dress.)

-Update your skincare routine. Now’s the time to start being strict and incorporating good ingredients into your regimen.

-Get your sweat on. There’s no pressure to shed a certain amount of pounds or achieve any crazy fitness goals, but getting into a routine will keep your mood boosted and your heart healthy before your big day.

3-5 months

-Start getting waxed or laser hair removal. This isn’t necessary, but if this is something that makes you feel good, you’ll thank yourself for starting early.

-If being a little bronzed on your big day is important to you, start testing different self-tanner brands or try out different tanning salons near you. There’s nothing worse than a failed tan attempt, let alone on your wedding day.
 
1-2 months

-Look into getting a teeth whitening appointment, and then maintain the treatment with an at-home kit for a few weeks afterward to keep your teeth white and shiny.

-Get a facial, and give yourself some time to make sure your face doesn’t have an adverse reaction to the products. Your skin will thank you.

-Head to a nail salon and do a test run mani-pedi to make sure your nails will look the way you want.

1 week

-Schedule an appointment with a trusted hairstylist and treat yourself. Whether it’s a keratin treatment, a gloss, or subtle highlights, you’ll be grateful you gave your hair a little extra oomph.

-Get your brows done. Trust us — this is crucial.

-Get your final waxing treatment and give your skin time to heal before the wedding.

2-3 days

-Time to get your mani-pedi!

-Try an at-home facial peel or a face mask that’ll get rid of any unwanted redness and blemishes a few days beforehand.

-This is a perfect time to get your spray tan because, by the time your wedding day comes, you’ll have a nice, subtle glow about you.

The night before

-Drink lots of water. It’s one of the most important things you can do for your complexion.

-Relax and do some meditation. You deserve some moments of peace to commemorate all of the hard work you’ve put into the wedding planning process.

-Get some beauty sleep! It’s no secret that this is a key factor in looking and feeling your best for your wedding day.
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Your wedding is undoubtedly one of the most special days of your life. It’s filled with special memories that will, no doubt, be captured on photo and video — so it’s crucial to look and feel your best when the big day arrives. But, a natural glow doesn’t come overnight. If the idea of planning out treatments and appointments is stressful, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here’s LI Bride and Groom’s pre-wedding beauty routine timeline of what you need to do and when. You’re welcome in advance.
 
6-8 months

-Start scheduling hair and makeup trials, and then immediately book your hair appointment. The last thing you want is to get caught last minute because no stylists are taking appointments. (Pro-tip: get your dress before you make your hair trial -- your stylist will probably be making some creative decisions for your hair based on the cut of your dress.)

-Update your skincare routine. Now’s the time to start being strict and incorporating good ingredients into your regimen.

-Get your sweat on. There’s no pressure to shed a certain amount of pounds or achieve any crazy fitness goals, but getting into a routine will keep your mood boosted and your heart healthy before your big day.

3-5 months

-Start getting waxed or laser hair removal. This isn’t necessary, but if this is something that makes you feel good, you’ll thank yourself for starting early.

-If being a little bronzed on your big day is important to you, start testing different self-tanner brands or try out different tanning salons near you. There’s nothing worse than a failed tan attempt, let alone on your wedding day.
 
1-2 months

-Look into getting a teeth whitening appointment, and then maintain the treatment with an at-home kit for a few weeks afterward to keep your teeth white and shiny.

-Get a facial, and give yourself some time to make sure your face doesn’t have an adverse reaction to the products. Your skin will thank you.

-Head to a nail salon and do a test run mani-pedi to make sure your nails will look the way you want.

1 week

-Schedule an appointment with a trusted hairstylist and treat yourself. Whether it’s a keratin treatment, a gloss, or subtle highlights, you’ll be grateful you gave your hair a little extra oomph.

-Get your brows done. Trust us — this is crucial.

-Get your final waxing treatment and give your skin time to heal before the wedding.

2-3 days

-Time to get your mani-pedi!

-Try an at-home facial peel or a face mask that’ll get rid of any unwanted redness and blemishes a few days beforehand.

-This is a perfect time to get your spray tan because, by the time your wedding day comes, you’ll have a nice, subtle glow about you.

The night before

-Drink lots of water. It’s one of the most important things you can do for your complexion.

-Relax and do some meditation. You deserve some moments of peace to commemorate all of the hard work you’ve put into the wedding planning process.

-Get some beauty sleep! It’s no secret that this is a key factor in looking and feeling your best for your wedding day.
Getting hair done before wedding.
Bride doing her skincare.
Bride getting ready for wedding.
Bride getting a facial.
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