Ten Month Bridal Beauty Checklist

You're engaged but now what?!? First up, congratulations! If you have 10 months or less to go for your special day, this blog post is written just for you. If you have longer - it's for you too, you just have longer to plan! Now, let's dive into your beauty checklist plan for the next ten months.

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10 Months' until "I do"

Do a health evaluation on yourself - where are you at with your health and fitness. Are there changes that need to be made. Remember, diets and trends are useless - it's a lifestyle choice. Decide what plan will work best for you now and in the long haul.

8 Months' until "I do"

Don't wait any longer to book your hair and makeup vendor. Most artist and stylist will book popular wedding dates 12-15 months in advanced. So it's advisable for you to not wait any longer. You potentially could lose your preferred artist/stylist by waiting. Popular wedding date examples would be March-May or Sept-Nov.

6 Months' until "I do"

Schedule a dermatology appointment. Discuss any breakout issues, skin issues and find out if retinol would be a beneficial cream to use for the next 6 months. Retinol promotes the production of collagen and reduces fine lines but should be used under the guidelines of a dermatologist or esthetician.

4 Months' until "I do"

Schedule your routine dental cleaning now. Discuss the options of teeth whitening. Ask if the medical grade gel or whitening strips are best suited for your needs. Follow your dentist recommendations.

3 Months' until "I do"

Set up an appointment with an Esthetician - also known as a skin care specialist, they're different from a dermatologist. Enjoy a relaxing facial and an exfoliating body scrub.

I personally love a good sugar relaxing!

2 Months' until "I do"

It's time to schedule your hair and makeup trials. Our company recommends to schedule them 4-8 weeks prior to your wedding date. This will allow you enough time to iron out the exact style you're wanting. We know all too well that trends change frequently in the beauty industry.

1 Month until "I do"

Have you been contemplating the idea of a spray tan? If so, now is the time to do a test run. Make sure you follow your salons recommendations of exfoliation to a T! I know many people cringe at the thought of a spray tan, they automatically assume you're going to look like an oompa loompa <lol>, but spray tans can provide a safer option for you to have that golden look on your wedding day!

2 Weeks until "I do"

Schedule a maintenance hair appointment with your stylist/colorist. Have your hair trimmed and hair colored if desired. Remember, don't make any drastic changes in your length or color before your wedding day!

5 Days until "I do"

Now is the time to schedule your brow / wax appointment. If you're interested in micro-blading, that is recommended to be done 4 months prior to your wedding date - talk with an esthetician about those services.

3 Days until "I do"

Go get that spray tan girl, if you loved it and go relax and enjoy a mani/pedi with your girls! Your wedding day is almost here. Go make memories!

I hope this breakdown of "events" is helpful to you. If you're a bride needing skin care tips click here. My vision for today's blog post is to help you visualize the basic timeline for your bridal beauty needs.

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