BRIDAL BEAUTY CON­FES­SIONS

New Zealand Weddings Planner - - Beauty -

“I ran out of teeth whitening strips so added bak­ing soda to my reg­u­lar tooth­paste in­stead. It was bril­liant for lift­ing stains on my teeth and fur­ther whiten them – per­haps even bet­ter than the strips!” – Kate, Tawa

“Green tea makes for a tasty brew and is full of an­tiox­i­dants, but I was told to use heated-then-cooled tea bags on my eyes to de-puff the area around them. It truly works!" – So­phie, Auck­land.

“Af­ter hav­ing my makeup done by my pro­fes­sional artist the morn­ing of my wed­ding, I was suit­ably im­pressed. But just be­fore we left for the church I saw the makeup in a dif­fer­ent light and felt it was a lit­tle over the top (for me). Thank­fully, one of my brides­maids had translu­cent pow­der on her. Just a few dabs was enough to tone down the heavy blush and con­tour. It was also great to ban­ish shine on my face through­out the hot sum­mer evening.“– Abi, Christchurch.

“I was al­ways a lit­tle scared of bo­tox and fillers, but I de­cided to smooth out some lines with in­jecta­bles six months prior to my wed­ding. The re­sults were barely recog­nis­able but made a big dif­fer­ence by mak­ing me look more 'fresh'. I'm so glad I had it done." – Nes, Whangarei.

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