Wedding season is getting started, and there are many bride-to-be’s who have asked about skin care process for their big day or D-day. Today’s article is one of the many articles coming for wedding series on my blog. It’s all about which skin/beauty procedure to avoid before your wedding day.
It’s written by Nelson Homes, who is a blogger for Hall and Wrye – Face Lift Operation Reno Nevada . He likes to blog for beauty and skin care related topics.In his free time likes to research on various cosmetic surgery procedures.
One thing every bride wishes is to look her absolute best on her wedding day. Around one month before the big day, there is a panic in the bride’s household as the bride to be turns into a bridezilla and wants everything to be perfect. Few things like the wedding dress, jewelry, hair, skin care and makeup rank way up in the priority list. Things like jewelry, make-up, wedding dress and hair are automatically taken care of with the help of stylists but when it comes to skincare, the bride wants every possible treatment there is. Why shouldn’t she, especially since her it is her time to be fussy and demanding, knowing that all eyes will be on her on the big day.
But in the bargain to get the best, a lot of brides unknowingly cross the line between just perfect to too much. This could end up in catastrophic results, especially if it is related to skincare. So if you are a bride to be and want to avoid the most common mistakes, learn about the 10 pre-wedding beauty treatments to avoid.
1. Chemical Peels
Chemical peels are an excellent remedy to remove dead skin cells and make your skin brighter. On the flipside it can make your skin extremely dry and since chemicals are used for the same, it can cause problems that may take time to heal. So the best option is to indulge in the chemical peel treatment about 2 weeks before the D day.
2. Laser Treatment
Laser procedures have a recovery period and can make your skin red and puffy. In this period you cannot use any make up on your skin, so it is best to use laser treatment about 15 to 20 days before your wedding day.
Full Lips are definitely something on every girl’s wish list; however, for a period of 3 to 5 days after the procedure your lips look fat and puffed up. It is best to perform a lip augmentation procedure at least 10 days before your D day.
Botox treatments usually take a week to kick in. In case if anything goes wrong after the procedure, there needs to be enough time for a corrective procedure. It is advisable to do any Botox related procedure at least 15 to 20 days in advance.
If you want to go wild with hair color before your wedding, don’t wait for the end moment. There are chances of it not looking good and there needs to be enough time to repair the damage done. 10 days before the wedding day is a safe period to attempt any drastic change in hair color.
If it is your first attempt at spray tan, it is advisable to avoid doing it around your wedding day. A tanned body looks good but if anything goes wrong your skin color might turn more on the lines of a dark orange shade. You don’t want to try something so drastic around your big day, you can try it a month in advance to see if it works for you or even better indulge in this treatment after your wedding day.
One of the most sought after skin treatment, Microdermabrasions is a technique that buffs your skin to make it smooth and flawless. The after effects of the same could be skin reddening, puffy skin, dry skin etc which can last up to a week. It is advisable to indulge in this treatment at least 10 days before your wedding.
Waxed skin takes up to 3 days to get back to normal. Waxing also opens up skin pores and makes it sweaty and easy to get infected, so it is best to wax at least 4 to 5 days before your big day. Avoid using any new ingredients or brand at times like these, stick to the tried and tested creams and brands.
Facial bleach can cause skin rash and make your skin dry. Don’t use any untested product to bleach your skin and apply any bleach at least 5 to 7 days before your big day. Try using herbal bleaches to reduce the skin inflammation and redness.
Any facial takes about 3 to 4 days to get the right kind of glow on your face. It also helps to get rid of blackheads and gives your skin an even tone. The best time to indulge in a facial is at least 4 days before the D day.
If you take the necessary precautions and don’t rely on any of these skin treatments for the last moment, you should be good to go and bask in the glory of your big day.
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