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Get Beautiful For The Big Day, Part II: Three Months To Go!

Hey gals, this is the fun part! This series provides a list of all of the different ways you should be pampering yourselves before the big day! To see the first installment which provides a checklist of everything you'll need to do to get ready for the wedding six months in advance, click here. This three to four month window is actually pretty easy stuff. Since you've already booked your hair and makeup, now is the time to focus on your teeth and your health. Enjoy!

Three to Four Months Before The Wedding

  • Teeth Whitening: Have your teeth cleaned before the big day and while you are at the dentist, now would be a great time to discuss whitening options. If you decide to whiten, you can either get trays professionally made or choose from a vast array of over the counter whitening products. Just remember, whitening is not suggested for everyone, so please speak with your dentist about the condition of your teeth.
  • Health: Make an appointment with your doctor to get blood tests which are often required in many states and to make sure that your health is in good condition before you wisk yourself away to an exotic island for a long honeymoon. You can also have your skin checked for any suspicious or unwanted moles or marks while you are there.


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JKe895 JKe895 8 years
I will have to agree! Regardless of your skin color, you should still take the proper precautions when outside. My future mother-in-law has had skin cancer cells removed in over 11 different places on her body and now she's completely scarred. Not that it stops her but it's the fact that it could have been stopped before.
glam-sugar glam-sugar 8 years
Excellent tips, especially about the moles. A lot of people don't pay attention to their skin. Skin cancer is very deadly and becoming more and more common in all ages. I found out the hard way, I had melanoma and had surgery, but luckily I caught it before having to undergo chemo.
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