A professional in bridal beauty will also be able to do your bridesmaids hairstyles as well as specialising in bridal hairstyles, so search around and find a professional beautician who can do everything that you want.
Remember, you can do your own make-up and hair, and some brides do, but a skilled make-up artist will let you relax while she applies make up that will look as natural or as glamorous as you are comfortable with.
Whether it is botox, teeth whitening or something more drastic, lots of brides (and indeed grooms) are turning to specialist clinics before their wedding so that they can look their very best. Make sure that any pre-wedding cosmetic procedures are carried out well before the wedding so that you can adjust to your new look or shape – and that there is time for any dress alterations in the case of any major cosmetic surgery such as breast enlargement or reduction, or a tummy tuck.
Instead of full cosmetic procedures a lot of brides now choose a gentler “medi-spa” approach where they offer less aggressive and invasive treatments than would be classed as cosmetic surgery, but with greater effects than you would get from a spa treatment. These medi-spas can help with thread veins, cellulite, patchy or blotchy skin and various other minor blemishes that you might want to address before your wedding day.
It is generally accepted that brides or grooms choosing to have cosmetic surgery before the wedding are not just doing it because they want to look their best for their wedding day, or wedding night, but that it is more about starting a new chapter in their life, and starting the chapter as the person they have always aspired to be, both emotionally and physically.