Getting married can be a nerve-wracking experience. Of course you’ve planned everything, and you want everything to go perfect. But then there’s the added pressure of having all eyes on you, and about 1000 photos taken of you over a matter of hours. Even in your thousand dollar dress, and your professional updo, it has never been more important for you to look your very best.
This was never as important in years past. Sure, brides have always tried to look their best on their wedding day, but with the advent of digital photography, and the importance it has taken on for current weddings, it’s almost necessary to look completely flawless on your bi day. But no one is without flaws, and it’s unrealistic to expect yourself to be. However, you can make every effort to take care of the little things that will effect your close-up on the big day.
- Acne scars – If you’ve struggled with acne in your teen years, or beyond, you may be frustrated to find out that even after the acne bumps have faded, they can leave behind scars. Fortunately, there are treatments that can get rid of these scars: chemical peels and microdermabrasion. Chemical peels come in various strengths, and can clear your skin of shallow to more serious scars. Microdermabrasion is gentler, and requires less of a recovery, but works best on shallow scarring.
- Wrinkles – If you are getting married later in life, or even if you’re just worried about the laugh lines around your eyes and the parentheses around your mouth showing up in your photos, you can take advantage of the benefits of botox. Botox will take care of those fine lines for you, helping you look the part of a more youthful bride.
- Unwanted hair – You don’t want those close-ups of you in a veil looking dramatically out a window, or gazing adoringly at your husband to be ruined by the hint of a mustache or sideburns. Laser hair removal can get rid of that unwanted hair for you, and keep it gone through your honeymoon and beyond.
In the end, it doesn’t truly matter what you look like on your wedding day, because when you’re walking down that aisle towards your husband, you could be wearing a paper sack, and he would still love you. But when you look at your wedding photos many years down the line, you want everything to look perfect. Chemical peels, microdermabrasion, botox, and laser hair removal can help you with that. More on this topic.