6 Months Before: Every Appointment a Bride Needs to Make

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You must be prepared for when the wedding day comes. You won’t be if you skip these crucial trips. 

These are the most important visits that you got to take before the wedding day. A lot of stops that are totally worth it. 

1. Fixing your teeth:

Cleaning and polishing your teeth has become more of a trend than a basic necessity, nowadays. Before getting married, you want your pearly whites to look healthy and neat, that’s exactly why you have to visit your dentist before the big day. Who knows? You may even find yourself getting them whitened for the hell of it. Please, skip the "Grillz", though.

From: The Gentle Dentist

 

2. Microblading:

If you’re planning on getting your brows inked, then you surely have to take care of that 6-8 months before the wedding, especially if you’re getting them done at a popular place that’s hard to book. You also need to give the tattooed area time to heal. 

From: Transform

3. Skincare: 

If you have a dermatologist who you trust and who is helping you take care of your skin before the big day, then you have to keep in mind that results do take time to show. Skincare routine courses require about 6 sessions, with a gap of 4 to 6 weeks between each one. Don’t say I didn’t warn you, child. 

From: Derma Life

4. Tanning:

Some women live for glowy, bronzed complexions. If you happen to be that kind of gal, then why waste time bathing under the coarse sun when you could get a professional, risk-free tan instead? Tanning salons are now an option, and it’s a good one, indeed. 

5. Hairstyling:

This is an appointment that you got to get down very early on to guarantee that the hairstylist you need is set and available on the day of your wedding and before, for a trial session. However, your hairstylist’s on this list as a reminder to follow up on your haircare routine with him/her, if you have one. And let’s be frank, you should have one.

From: Mohamed Al Sagheer

6. The Wedding Dress:

Do I need to yap yap about the importance and significance of your wedding dress? Thought so. If you’re having your dress designed and made from scratch, try to get on that really early. I mean it. As early as 12 months before the wedding if you can.

From: Hisham Aboul Ela

You must be prepared for when the wedding day comes. You won’t be if you skip these crucial trips. 

These are the most important visits that you got to take before the wedding day. A lot of stops that are totally worth it. 

1. Fixing your teeth:

Cleaning and polishing your teeth has become more of a trend than a basic necessity, nowadays. Before getting married, you want your pearly whites to look healthy and neat, that’s exactly why you have to visit your dentist before the big day. Who knows? You may even find yourself getting them whitened for the hell of it. Please, skip the "Grillz", though.

From: The Gentle Dentist

 

2. Microblading:

If you’re planning on getting your brows inked, then you surely have to take care of that 6-8 months before the wedding, especially if you’re getting them done at a popular place that’s hard to book. You also need to give the tattooed area time to heal. 

From: Transform

3. Skincare: 

If you have a dermatologist who you trust and who is helping you take care of your skin before the big day, then you have to keep in mind that results do take time to show. Skincare routine courses require about 6 sessions, with a gap of 4 to 6 weeks between each one. Don’t say I didn’t warn you, child. 

From: Derma Life

4. Tanning:

Some women live for glowy, bronzed complexions. If you happen to be that kind of gal, then why waste time bathing under the coarse sun when you could get a professional, risk-free tan instead? Tanning salons are now an option, and it’s a good one, indeed. 

5. Hairstyling:

This is an appointment that you got to get down very early on to guarantee that the hairstylist you need is set and available on the day of your wedding and before, for a trial session. However, your hairstylist’s on this list as a reminder to follow up on your haircare routine with him/her, if you have one. And let’s be frank, you should have one.