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Tips For A Flawless Wedding Day Face

Tips For a Flawless Wedding Day Face

The last thing that you want captured on film on your blissful wedding day are your under-eye circles, open pores and heaven forbid — pimples. It's never too early on your wedding beauty calendar to tackle the issues that keep your skin from looking and feeling its best. The typical bride aims for rosy cheeks, pink lips, lush lashes and radiant skin (although I encourage you to express yourself in your own way). To ensure that your face is as flawless as possible, here are a few tips to help prep your skin for your exciting walk down the aisle.

  • Acne: If you are prone to acne or cystic acne, you may want to see a dermatologist and try a round of antibiotics to keep breakouts at bay. You can also try a vitamin C or glycolic peel a few months before to see if they will help kill unwanted bacteria.
  • Sun spots: If you have apparent spots on your face from spending too much time in the sun, there are ways they can be lightened and removed (if necessary), but it can take up to six months. The first step is to exfoliate regularly. If that doesn't help, move onto microdermabrasion in combination with lightening creams.
  • Large pores: Large pores attract dirt which automatically draws more attention to them. Play around with using a pore minimizing primer or serum, to help shrink them after you have deep cleansed your skin.
  • Dark circles/bags: For eye bags, restrict your diet to low-salt foods and see if that helps. Apply de-puffing eye creams to help draw out moisture, and use a regular mask. Treatments for dark circles include creams and makeup to help hide them or Restylane injections and laser treatments to completely remove them. Again, this could take a few months so it's something to consider when you still have a good amount of time before the big day.
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helloframboise helloframboise 7 years
JamieLeah, what kind of acne mask do you use?
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 7 years
I have my sister's wedding to be a bridesmaid for in August so I definitely want my skin to look its best.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 7 years
The biore pore minimizing line is great. The moisturizer is really inexpensive, smells great, leaves my face soooo soft and actually makes my pores look smaller. Wear lots of SPF to keep your sunspots at bay. The best thing for keeping pimples away is to take some time to de-stress in the bath with a acne mask. Multitasking!
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 7 years
The biore pore minimizing line is great. The moisturizer is really inexpensive, smells great, leaves my face soooo soft and actually makes my pores look smaller. Wear lots of SPF to keep your sunspots at bay.The best thing for keeping pimples away is to take some time to de-stress in the bath with a acne mask. Multitasking!
Rebecca101 Rebecca101 7 years
The best things for sunspots are IPLs/photofacials and the results are very quick (you get zapped, the spot gets darker the next day, and in a few days it kind of flakes off) Seriously, save your money on creams, IPLs are the way to go (and they also can get rid of broken capillaries and helps stimulate collagen--what's not to love!)
hkdkat hkdkat 7 years
Not getting married any time soon but I always like to see how to keep my skin its healthiest/freshest. I do have sun spots, but I don't spend a lot of time in the sun...hoping the fix will work for me too. I figured exfoliating or using the Neutrogena derm-abrasion kit would help as well.
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