f rom where your wanton fiancé’s lying on a Sunday morning, your eyes are soft and billowy. From where you’re standing on W-day, amidst demoralized beauticians and merciless vanity mirrors, your puffy eyes are just that, with no bias-happy endearment shrouding the fact. Thankfully, you can sense the solidarity sister, as swollen lids are suffered ubiquitously in view of the area’s paper-thin skin and full-housing of blood vessels. Worldwide beauty blunders of course, beg for tips and tricks and sure-fire cures from leading experts, so read on to learn how you can fight the daily demon with simple scien
f angotherapy, while not as self-explanatory or mouth-watering as those good eats therapies, choco and vino, is still every bit as delish to your skin. Clean forget the hooch; let slip the treats, this time, it’s all about the messy, warm soothing powers of mud. Old-world beautification of this sort shuns today’s primping principles not only because it’s organic and just so simple, but because it targets beyond the outer layer. In Europe, some governments actually cover yearly trips to the mud mine because of the good stuff’s incredible healing properties. Truly, costly anti-cellulite creams and drugstore f
t here’s nothing quite like a blemish to make you feel as self-conscious as a teenager. But you don’t need to relieve puberty in all its awkward glory on your wedding day, so start practicing good skin care habits about a month beforehand and the difference should be quite noticeable. If you’re really crunched for time – like the night before or the morning of – there’s still hope. It’s not likely you’ll get rid of a pimple in a few hours, but you may be able to diminish its unwelcomed appearance significantly.
t hey may spend the day hiding beneath a tier of tulle, but your legs still need love. This goes double if you plan on busting out a cute cocktail dress come the champagne and chocolate spread. But those who seek silky skin have probably encountered the widespread affliction of razor burn before, and fear its fickle appearances. The problem doesn’t lie in your skin; it lies in the commonly-held misconception that there’s no more to hair removal than hair; razor; no hair. Read on to discover preventions and cures for the bumps, the rashes, and the itchy, burning sensation that ironically accompanies those oh-so desirably
w hen it comes to bridal beauty crunch time, a soapy shave, glaze of cherry gloss and coat of drugstore mascara don’t always make the cut. Still, a good spruce-up doesn’t require a synthetic dolling-up. Makeup trends are fickle, and yellow shadow today may inspire a flush of red tomorrow. Good skin, on the other hand, is always in. To achieve that pre-adolescent porcelain mug, replace the foundation cake-on with a premeditated spa treatment of pinchable results. Though sometimes met with innocent hesitation, microdermabrasion and laser hair removal are beauty staples as far as prepping goes. While typically sa
d on’t let foundations cake the better of you – they’re meant to highlight your skin, not mask your face. Pimples, discoloration, wrinkles and redness can be traumatizing, sure, but hiding beneath a thick layer of foundation is the ultimate faux-pas look. After all, the good stuff is meant to serve as a base for your makeup, meaning you should appear fresh and natural and makeup-less when it’s all you’ve got going on. Choosing a foundation that looks and feels deliciously naked might seem daunting, but once you’ve delved into a bit of cosmetic insight, it can be a real breeze.
g et pretty with a little (just a little) summery glow. But caution is key when going chromatic because a backless gown exposing a crisscrossed tan line- not such a good look. Neither is peeling skin, streaky skin, an orange-stained white dress, melanoma, or well, you get it- a lot can go wrong. It can also go nice and smooth, (smooth as tanning mousse) if you take a few precautions and opt for faking your way to bronzed-goddesshood. If you must bake your way, you need to get a bit serious about your sun-kissed fun- maybe like a dollop of organic sunscreen's worth.
e ven if you can smoke your eyes with the expert ease of a pyromaniac, true beauty remains elusive without a peachy keen canvas. Luckily, if dry skin’s all that stands in the way of a cheek worth nuzzling, you’re just an edible mask away from reversing winter’s clout. A professional peel’s ideal, but when time’s not on your side, and finances more frigid than ever, ginchy canteen concoctions and hot water abstinence are perfectly up to snuff substitutes. Get hydrating now and give ‘blushing’ a run for its money as a gorgeous, dewy bride. the face of moisture