Nail your Bridal mani

Weddingbells (Toronto) - - BEAUTY EXPERT ADVICE -

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.

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