Months are spent on deciding the wedding date, the invitation lists, and the decorations. The thoughts of her clothing and accessories consume the bride’s every waking moment. In the midst of all the planning and organizing, the bride forgets the most important thing to take care of – herself.
We at iDitch brings to you the top pre-wedding beauty tips for brides-to-be and bridegroom which may turn out be life savers in the middle of all the wedding chaos. Have a look!
Tips for bride
Cleansing, toning, and moisturizing should regularly be done without fail. This will keep your skin glowing and youthful. A clean and dirt-free face will help keep your pores open. This will help your skin to breathe better. Follow up with toning that will help tighten the pores. Toning also reduces fine lines to some extent. Lastly, moisturizing the face helps lock in the moisture into the pores, keeping your skin soft and supple. Also, make sure that you apply sunscreen diligently. Our iDitch Artisans can be contracted to implement a well-rounded wedding program, whereby an iDitch beautician would come out to your location to add all the aforementioned beauty regimen to your daily routine, thereby giving you that much needed pampering and glowing results that you so much desire for your special day
Exfoliation is one of the best ways of getting skin that is free from dead cells and black heads. Make sure that you exfoliate your skin before using a face wash two or three times a week. Use a mild face wash. A harsh one can irritate the skin and give you rashes. You can also use a homemade scrub made of rice flour or whole wheat flour, or a mixture of both to exfoliate the skin. The skin is the largest cell in the body; it needs constant routine and sometimes periodic care. Allow our iDitch Artisans take care of you in anticipation of that special day in your life.
Start getting monthly facials from at least six months before the wedding. If you have less time left in hand, opt for a bi-weekly gold facial. Always ask for a patch test before applying any new products on your skin. Monthly care is essential, we do not advice our clients to indulge in a do it yourself attitude, allow our iDitch Artisans to assist you in exuding a radiant facial glow.
For healthy and shiny looking hair, start getting a hair spa done once a month and like the facials, start this treatment at least six months before the wedding. If you do not prefer chemical hair spas, there are many homemade masks that you can use to get some shine in your hair. Be very weary of homemade mask, put together by yours truly, the PH balance might be off in the mixtures that you have concocted, let our iDitch Artisans be of the utmost help to you, by re-inventing your entire beauty regimen, they are just a few clicks away.
If you have too many marks or spots on the skin, then clinical sittings will be your gateway to getting a fairer and spot-free skin quickly. Opt for professional treatments for patchy skin, sunburns, and pigmentation. Microdermabrasion treatments from professional aestheticians are also a good fix for scars and blemishes. Start your treatments at least six months before the wedding for fine lines, wrinkles, or even acne. Acne, that dreaded word that we all do not like to hear or see on our faces has to be eradicated ….make contact with our well vetted iDitch Artisans and we shall be there for you all the way
After the required number of sittings, try out homemade facial packs to maintain the spot-free look. Maintain the glow by preparing some fruit facial packs with mashed strawberries, mashed apples, or mashed papaya. Home beauty tips for brides are the best way to make sure that the effect of the clinical treatment stays. Home beauty tips are good for glowing facial maintenance…we are recommend that you have a detailed conversation with your designated beautician for good advice on how to maintain your great looks even when our iDitch Artisans are not there at your location. Our Artisans would oblige to give you simple details on how to keep a daily glowing complexion that permeates through your skin. Embrace Change, Re-invent your lifestyles.
Keep your hands and feet soft by massaging olive oil on them before going to sleep at night. This will get rid of the dry skin on your hands and feet. During bathing, make sure that you use a pumice stone on your feet.
Polished nails of both hands and feet give an added appeal to your look. You must certainly maintain clean and polished nails through bi-weekly or monthly manicures and pedicures. Your nails are an extension of who you are, our iDitch nail technicians, otherwise known as Manicurist and Pedicurist would arrive at your destination with their sole objective being to make your hands, nails, feet and toe nails to look marvelously impeccable….Allow our professional Artisans to works their skills set into your nails and marvel at the end results….EMBRACE CHANGE….iDitch
Keep yourself well groomed. This applies to your legs and hands from which you usually remove hair. Keep your eyebrows in shape. Sudden hair removal of any part of the body can give you small cuts or rashes. Whichever process you use for hair removal, maintain that bi-weekly or monthly, as per the requirement.
Avoid munching on junks like chips, chocolates, ice creams, or sodas. They lead to bloating and skin problems. It’s ok to have a few cheat days, but keep them in check. Opt for healthy and nutritious snacks like fruits and sprouts.
It is essential to provide the body with antioxidants and minerals in order to have healthy and glowing skin. Lack of vitamins or minerals leads to nail and hair breakage and sallow appearance of the skin. For flawless skin, consult your doctor or dietitian to fill any nutritional gaps.
You can also download calorie journals to keep a track of your water and food intake.
- Maintaining The Glow
Many of us give up on our beauty schedules post the wedding. Here is a question for you – why should you put a time frame on looking gorgeous? You needn’t be at the treatment center as often, but you don’t have to stop entirely either. Keep your weekly, bi-weekly or monthly appointments with your designated iDitch Artisans, and be the best you that you can be, let your outward appearance tell the story of whom you are, let people ponder on how you maintain such glow on a day to day regular basis,..Let them know that you are an iDitch Client who has Embraced Change and re-invented your grooming lifestyle..#iDitch.
After all, everyone deserves a little ‘me time’. You can opt for simple home remedies to aid you in the process of maintaining that ‘new bride glow’.
Some other important suggestions include:
- Try to avoid using an untried facial product on the day of the wedding.
- That Radiant glow that the world see in your face must be maintained effectively, Our iDitch
- Artisans can assist you in making sure that it glows even brighter, Embrace Change…iDitch
- Do not tweeze your brows on the wedding day.
- Do not skip meals.
Remember it’s your special occasion, rest relax and allow yourself to be pampered…and enjoy
the occasion as it presents itself,…Embrace Change…iDitch
If you follow these simple tips, you will surely feel beautiful inside and out. You will look and feel like a million bucks. iDitch ultimate advice would be that you should try to stay happy, because after all, how we feel inside is what reflects outside.
Tips for groom
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Make sure that your hairstyle suits the occasion and your personality for your special day, do not adhere to what someone else imposes on you, remember it’s your day and you would be the one to live with picture images and videos of that day for the rest of your life, so be very inclusive in the decision making process of what your hair is going to look like for your special day.
Depending on your haircut, you should visit your barber for a fresh cut at least a week before your wedding. Even if you’ve had the same barber for years, don’t risk cutting your hair too close to the day of your wedding. A week gives your hair time to grow in a bit just in case your barber doesn’t give you a perfect cut. And while it’s fun to mix up your style every once and a while, your wedding day isn’t the time to try a drastically new haircut. Leave the experimenting for after the honeymoon.
Men’s Grooming is an essential for all men…..your eyebrows, your beard, your mustache, your hair, all these needs constant effective Grooming, Allow our Artisans to Groom your facial and head hair to the content of your heart. If you regularly shave, trim and maintain your own facial hair, now’s the time to splurge on a hot towel shave. A barber will apply a hot towel before and after the shave which will open up your pores and soften the skin beneath for a smooth shave. It’ll also moisturize your skin and cause less irritation (read: less chance of pesky ingrown hairs popping up). Going to a barber will also ensure you’re getting the closest shave possible. For a clean, bare look, book a professional shave for the day of or the day before.Our iDitch barbers are on hand for the groom, to scape his look to the envy of the onlookers and beholder…
Your hands will never be photographed more than on your wedding day, so you should make sure they’re looking their best. Go in to your nearest nail salon and unwind as a professional tends to your hands and feet, or give yourself a quick DIY manicure and pedicure at home. Shape your nail slightly with a nail file to smooth away any roughness and soften your cuticles with cuticle oil. If you’ve done this before, use clippers to remove any excess cuticle or just push them back if you’re unsure. Finish up by moisturizing with a hydrating hand or body lotion and use a nail buffer for a subtle shine.
If you want a more bronzed look, there’s are a few ways to self-tan that won’t leave you looking orange. Just remember, when it comes to self-tanner, preparation is key to achieving a natural, long-lasting result. Start at least two days before and exfoliate your skin to buff away any rough patches, and moisturize afterward to create a smooth canvas for the self-tanner to adhere to. Once it’s time to apply your self-tanner, less is always more. Start off small and build up the tan as you see fit. It’s much easier to apply more tanner for a more bronzed look than it is to trying to reverse it if you end up using too much.
A facial is the perfect remedy for dry, dull or tired-looking skin. Think of it as a reset for any issues you’d like to address before you have a camera following you around all day. If you’ve never gotten a facial before, we suggest booking yours at least three weeks before your wedding day. This will help give your skin time to calm down if it becomes inflamed or irritated. If you regularly get facials, book your last facial a week before the wedding. A classic facial will address most issues, but you can research different treatments like silk peels for smoothness or microcurrent facials for tightening and firming, if you have more targeted concerns.
Remember iDitch is here to revolutionize the beauty and men’s grooming industry, making the mundane and redundant simple and concise…. #iDitch..ALWAYS GO THE iDitch way…. iDitch App, iDitch.comRe-invent Your Lifestyles…Embrace Change.