It’s officially shaadi season and every bride wants to look fresh and radiant on their big day.
It takes a lot of time and effort to prepare for a wedding and sometimes stress can take a toll on our skin. But fear not, because there are some helpful tricks and tips out there to make sure every bride is looking their best.
If you want a dewy complexion like Hamza Abbasi’s gorgeous bride (that glow we will never forget) Naimal Khawar or natural beauty Mira Sethi, consider this skincare regime to boost radiance.
Drink green tea
Start drinking green tea instead of any other form of caffeine. Why? Because not only it will help for a good diet and weight loss but it is also well-known for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This will help reduce acne and brighten skin.
Find a nourishing moisturiser
Make sure that you use a nourishing moisturiser not only on your face but your entire body to keep it hydrated. Weight fluctuations can lead to stretch marks, therefore, it is important to keep your skin well-nourished. Find ingredients like Vitamin E and other natural oils in the products you plan to buy! Saffron and almond oil are also go-to essentials for dewy and hydrated skin.
Remember to take good multi-vitamin supplements especially if you are on a diet. If you aren’t having the right amount of nutrients that your body requires then it will ultimately show up on the skin and hair. Omega oil supplements since they are excellent for your healthy skin.
Wearing an SPF60 every day, starting from one month before your wedding, will protect skin from harsh chemicals, pollution and sun. It’s also excellent to help prevent wrinkles. So keep reapplying your sunscreen in intervals and don’t forget to cover the lips, ears and neck.
Almond oil for beautiful hands
Get your hands prepped for henna. There is going to be a lot of focus on them during the big day so make sure you keep your hands and nails in their best condition. Massage almond oil into your nails and hands on a daily basis. This will make your nails strong and your hands super soft. You can also prepare a DIY mix of olive oil and sugar to gently exfoliate your hands and then moisture them with almond oil.
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