“I am a big believer in that if you focus on good skin care, you really won’t need a lot of makeup.” – Demi Moore
This holds so much truth. Though not just the newlywed brides, we strongly believe that each girl should heavily invest her time, money and effort in good skin care rituals, rather than just spending on makeup products. But yes, there is no denying that the importance of a strict and proper skincare routine becomes even more indispensable for a newlywed bride. If you are getting married, it is important you visit your trusted dermatologist soon, and get a customized skin care regime prescribed for you. Even women with healthy bright skin should go out of their way to take care of their skin and look after it, days in advance of their wedding.
1. Your body goes through a lot
Every woman who has been married understands the kind of physical, emotional and psychological changes that one goes through while getting married. A lot of things in your life go through a transformation and the same does make its way to your overall system. There is anxiety, exhaustion, elation, nervousness, and a whole lot of emotions that you experience both during your wedding days and also in the early days of your post-wedding life as a newlywed bride. Your body and especially your skin may reflect these changes both favourably or adversely. Hence, it becomes imperative to be nurturing it with the extra care, hydration, vitamins and supplements that it might need.
2. A healthy skin makes you glow from within
As Trousseau Shoppers and Wedding stylists, our main area of concern and focus is always our brides. Though a wedding is an equally special time for a groom too, we would always have a soft spot for our brides whom we consider as our princesses getting married. Their well-being on all levels and happiness is our foremost goal and the driving force behind all our endeavors. We lay special emphasis on her skincare as she needs to glow naturally from within rather than putting on layers and layers of makeup. A newlywed bride must pay extra attention to her skincare so that post-marriage, even when she is bare face, the radiance and joy on her face make her look the most beautiful. Never intend to pile on makeup on that face, rather aim to keep your skin immensely nourished and healthy. Your partner would love to see you in all your natural glory and not a face dipped in those foundations and mousses.
3. Even makeup comes out better on a healthy skin
Marriage comes with its own share of parties, get-togethers and family time. For a newlywed bride, it is almost inescapable to avoid those family and friends outings every other day. And also, one wishes to look their sartorial best while attending those family dinners. And it’s actually fun to dress up differently each time, putting on a different look. And it is also one of the best times to try on different makeup looks. If a newlywed bride is really fond of wearing makeup, which not surprisingly a lot of brides are these days, then this is the golden period of her life. But even for the best makeup products to really shine out and give you the best results, it is non-negotiable to wear them on healthy skin. The naturally radiant skin reflects all that makeup really well. And also, as they say, when it comes to makeup, less is always more. Invest heavily in your skincare so that even with just a hint of makeup, you come out looking exceedingly stunning.
4. Will not be a pleasant sight to have acne-breakouts or dry flaky skin post wedding day
Life after marriage is all that a bride is thinking about in the days advancing to the wedding itself. There are so many happy and good times to look forward to. There is definitely a lot of action (pun intended, of course) in life with bonding with a new family, new relatives to meet, dates with your now husband, and new places to visit. A lot of outings mean a lot of dressing up and a newlywed bride would definitely not like to encounter an acne breakout in the middle of all this. It would not just affect your appearance but would also take a toll on your mood and overall joy. Take care of your skin, drink lots of water, take skin supplements as prescribed by the doctor, and use superior skin care products so that you look your best in these best days of your life.
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Drink lots of water and keep your skin supple and hydrated.