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How to prep your skin for make-up before your wedding?

The most important time of the year is upon us, no not festive season, WEDDING SEASON! Especially for all those ladies who are going to be the center of attention this year aka the Brides! 2020 saw too many cancelled weddings but 2021 is coming back stronger with double the number of weddings and we understand that planning a wedding amidst the pandemic has been quite challenging, and the last thing you need is to worry about your skin care before the big day’s glam make-up. Well we’ve got you covered. This blog is your easy guide to prepping the skin for the heavy and high coverage bridal make-up.

Ways to prep your skin before make-up for wedding

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Consequence: If you fail to take a visit to the dermatologist, you may end up using products which are not helpful to your skin. Your make-up artist may use some chemical cosmetics which don’t suite your skin, so this visit will help you plan your skincare and make up accordingly

Consequence: Laser treatment sometimes leaves red marks on your skin which may take a few days to fade, hence having the appointments scheduled in advance is a good option.

Consequence: Failing to exfoliate and hydrate, your skin will retain many dead cells therefore making your face look dull. In the absence of this prep, your skin may not take on the glow even after loads of make-up.

Consequence: If your CTMP regime is not in place, you will not be able to obtain an even skin tone which will be a good surface for make-up to sit on. Also in the absence of these steps, the make-up may become too harsh for your facial skin to handle hence resulting in skin issues post the wedding. Choosing the right products for your skin type is of utmost importance, failing which you might aggravate issues. For example if you have oily skin and you use products meant for dry skin you will end up getting acne or pimples due to increase in oil content

Consequence: Matte lipsticks tend to dry out/flake off. To avoid this, hydrating your lips regularly is essential. Even normal cream lipsticks, if worn for long hours, do tend to dry out your lips which is a feeling you definitely don’t want to have as a new bride.

Consequence: There is no consequence as such if you skip this prep but you need to know that our diet in general does not consist of things that will help revive skin so supplements really help in amplifying that process.

Consequence: There is a slim chance these new products may not suit your skin and your skin may act up. All the hard work you put it to have good skin will go in vain. Don’t try to disrupt the normalcy, if not required.

Consequence: If you let your hormones dictate by overly stressing out, get ready to see your pimple friends come for a visit.

Marriage may be the most important day of your life but that doesn’t mean everything needs to be perfect. If all goes wrong, at least you will have perfect skin on your big day. So let the wedding bells ring!

To help you have a happy and stress free Wedding Day, &Me recommends you have &Me Anti-Acne Collagen Drink! It removes toxins from inside, balances oil production due to hormone changes and gives you acne free glowing face naturally. Take the #30DayChallenge and see for yourself.

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