Nail your Bridal mani
Baja East “Treat skin tone, brown spots and spider veins with a series of treatments like ResurFx before the wedding. If you have frown lines and want to do Botox or some fillers, you should start around the same time—about two months before the big day.”
What should you not do in the days before your wedding?
“This is not the time to try a new product or treatment. I recommend starting a treatment like SilkPeel a few months before your wedding, then have one two days before so your skin looks fresh and makeup application is even. If you feel an acne papule coming, see a dermatologist immediately, as there are a number of options to treat this.” “My best advice when it comes to bridal nails is to keep it simple,” says Madeline Poole, Global Colour Ambassador for Sally Hansen. “Don’t choose anything too colourful or overly complicated. Have your nails done the night before or the morning of your wedding—the fresher and shinier the better!” Here are more of Poole’s thoughts on what makes a perfect bridal manicure.
Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Sheer Ecstasy, You Glow Girl and Perfect Tin, $10.
Kellett Boost Topical Retinol Serum, $250, and Kellett Boost Vitamin C Serum, $199.