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Tips for handling bridal beauty emergencies

The way you look is very important for you as a bride – and everyone will understand that. Yet, sometimes, no matter how much planning goes into your look, accidents can still happen – and if they do, it is of the utmost importance that you treat them with tact, care, and attention to detail.

What are some of the most frequent bridal beauty emergencies and how to gracefully handle them? Read on and don’t let minor beauty-related issues ruin your big day.

  • Your skin totally breaks out on the morning of your wedding day. We know you took a lot of care with your skin regiment and nutrition – but even so, break outs may still happen. If your skin breaks out on your big day, ice the affected area, apply an on-the-spot acne treatment, and try to conceal it with a quality product. Remember though, you shouldn’t try to completely cover the break out, but only finely “hide” it and then emphasize your natural beauty.

  • You chip (or even break) a nail. Your beautiful manicure is an important party of your entire bridal look – but it’s very important to remember that it is not the end of the world if a nail chips or breaks. File it from underneath (carefully, so that you do not remove the nail polish), and try to “camouflage” the broken nail in the pictures (e.g. by hiding it behind the bouquet, for example).

  • You wake up with puffy eyes. The stress, the lack of sleep, the anxiety – they can all lead to puffy eyes on your wedding day. The best way to handle the issue is by treating your eye with… ice (or “iced” spoons, for that matter). The cooling effect will drain the excess fluid from the area and help your eyes come back to their original selves.

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