7 Wedding Beauty Essentials for Every Bride
The day we get married, is one of the most special and memorable days of our life. We try our best to look super cool that day. Sometimes, it becomes difficult, as you have to get ready at the beginning of the day. Especially brides are much more conscious than grooms are.
So let us look at seven wedding beauty essentials every bride should know about.
It is probably difficult to guess how your skin would feel that day. It can get dry and ruin the precious memories. Make sure to have a tiny bottle of moisturizer in your bag. It should be helpful for not only face but also for arms or legs.
It is important to smell great all the day long. Take fragrance into account. Do not only rely on applying it once. Have some extra scent in your bag. You may need it over and over again.
- Face Masks:
These home remedies are beneficial. Use them on a regular basis, and they will gradually make your skin beautiful. Make sure you start using them at least two months before the big day.
- Extra Lipstick:
After the hours, lipstick can get dry or its color may get lighter. You must have asked the makeup artist to apply your favorite lipstick. However, if you have an extra one in your bag, it will be convenient for easy touch-ups you might need at some point in the function.
It is the fundamental skincare ingredient. The bride should not skip it no matter what. At the beginning of the special day, make sure to apply the facemask that best suits your skin. Make sure you remove the dirt thoroughly. Moreover, never use any cleanser that strips off layers of natural oil on your skin.
- Compact Mirror & Tissues:
When cameras are flashing, the bride cannot rush to the washroom to figure out the issues with makeup. Lipstick may get out the lips or mascara might smudge. It is always handy to have a compact mirror in the bag. It will allow you to fix whatever needs to be fixed quickly.
All brides naturally try to keep their composure, but still most of them cry at any point. Keep the tissue in your purse and do not let the tears ruin your makeup.
Be careful not to use any powder other than the powder your makeup artist used. You may or may not need it. That depends on weather conditions and the products used in makeup. However, it is better to be safe than to be sorry. It would be so relaxing to know that it is there if you need it.
Two Bonus Tips:
- Hair ties should also be in your bag. You might always think that you have enough, but still, it is difficult to find them when they are most needed. So find the appropriate ties and keep them in your bag. The moves on the dance floor may make you think you need to recheck your hair.
- Eyelash glue should also be available for emergencies, even if you are wearing fake eyelashes. If the glue is there, it will help quick fix the eyelash if broken.
Sania is a student of accounts and finance. She enjoys shopping, trying out skincare remedies and blogging about anything that is related to beauty and self-care. Her love for pets, tea and travelling is eternal. She ritually posts at The Smart Women Blog.