How to Prepare Your Nails for Your Wedding
Around all the wedding dress fuss, decorations, guest list and menu, brides often forget about one very important thing – their nails. Just like the hair and the skin of the bride, her nails also need to undergo some pampering and treatment so that they look perfect on the Big Day. You don’t want to look like a mine worker with yellow nails or like a stressed student before and exam with chewed nails. If you don’t know where to start from, read on!
Like anything that has to do with the wedding, don’t leave it for the last day. The result will be more satisfying if you start early, especially ladies who have the bad habit of biting their nails. It is best if you start with the pampering about three months before the wedding. Try to have a manicure every week. If you follow this simple schedule, the final result will be stunning!
Another thing you should know about manicures is that you should not change your manicurist. Find a professional whose work fits your wishes and stick to him or her. If your manicurist is too busy and can’t give you weekly treatments, don’t go looking for someone else. A few days extra won’t hurt anyone, including your nails. The main reason why you should not change your manicurist is that they all have different styles of work and skills. As a result, you may get an unpleasant surprise in the form of a bad manicure.
In addition, those of you who are planning to tie the knot away from their home should find a good local manicurist. For that purpose, you will need to do a little research. Visit the hotel and the salons in the area and see if you can find someone who can take a good care of your nails.
Also, try to find a colour that combines well with your wedding dress. This may take a while, so be patient. Again, prepare enough time to do that.
Apart from the manicure, have a pedicure too. Do that even if your shoes do not reveal your toes. Why? You will feel more confident and pretty. In addition, every bride should look perfect from head to toe on her wedding night.