June 25, 2019 | 9:31 AM IST
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Pre-Wedding beauty tips for the Bride-to-be

So finally you have found a man of your dreams. With the consent of both families, you two have decided to tie purest and inseparable knot. Wedding date has already been finalized and the shopping has begun too. But, hold on, are you missing on something? Probably not, as you have also finalized the pre-wedding photographer, the shot schedules, and of course, the dresses. But, is this enough? Definitely not! Wedding is a pack to collect lifetime memories in a set of few pictures and videos. Evidently, it is also important to look every bit beauty and elegant on every wedding ceremony. And as pre-wedding is a new feather in the latest wedding trends, it is vitally a must to look every bit fresh and excited for the upcoming new life. So, here are few beauty tips for your pre-wedding shoot to make the memories fresh and adorable for life time.
  • C-T-M

Cleansing, toning, and moisturizing are the key elements to keep the skin healthy and flawless. Also, keep the skin hydrated and drink at least 8 to 12 glass of water in a day to keep the skin glowing and youthful. A clean and dirt-free face will preserve the youthful look of the skin. Tone the skin to tighten the pores and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Lastly moisturizers will lock the moisture into pores for soft and supple skin.
  • Exfoliation

Exfoliation is the best method to free the skin from dead cells and black heads. Use a homemade scrub made up of whole wheat and rice flour.
  • Go for a spa and facial

Take a facial and hair spa at least a few days before the shoot. Follow a ‘less is more’ thing and avoid wrapping a lot of makeup for the shoot, instead have a healthy and naturally glowing skin. Go for chemical-free hair spa or apply homemade hairs masks for healthy and shiny hairs.
  • Body waxing

Your body hairs will definitely ruin your pre-wedding shoot, so better to go for body waxing to get flawless skin.  

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