Speaking of shifting seasons, according to the website WeddingWire, shifting temperatures have shifted the traditional wedding dates. A decade ago May, June, and July were the wedding months of choice but these days it’s September, October, and November. With that in mind, now is the perfect time to bring up wedding skincare. Whether you are a bride or a maid, mother of the bride, or a plus one there will be a lot of cameras so let’s get your face looking right.
Being a bride you have the extra stress of preparation and want to look great. Haha, “great." Nope, you want to look phenomenal. You may be one of the extra diligent brides who plans an entire wedding skincare, face, and body schedule for optimum results. Or you may be those low key brides but you would like to be the best version of yourself with as little fuss as possible. Either way there’s a way to achieve that bridal glow even before the wedding day.
If you’re going the more aggressive route you might be having facials, peels, waxings in the months leading up to wedding. Here’s where sheet masks are excellent. Sheet masks are healing post treatment to give your skin hydration and reduce inflammation.
We recommend Soon’s Micro-hole Hydrogel Hydrating Face Mask with hydrating hyaluronic acid, free radical fighting Raspberry Ketones, and plumping collagen to treat your skin. Your skin will have time to recover beautifully and healthy.
If you’re more on the low key side (and high key side), the night before your wedding a mask is a quick and easy boost instead a full salon visit. You’ll saturate your face in serum with skin looking rested and ready the next morning. Or even try a mask for a quick hit of hydration before your makeup prep for an even healthy glow. Throw on a lip mask for that first kiss.
We recommend Soon’s Biocellulose Brightening Face Mask. Packed with Arbutin for dark spots and discoloration, niacinamide to reduce enlarged pores, Adenosine with anti-wrinkle benefits, Betaine to fill lines and soften your complexion, and Hyaluronic Acid for plumping hydration. Try the Hydrating Watermelon Lip Mask. Packed with Vitamin A & C for strengthening natural collagen and aloe vera for softer kissable lips
Mother of the Bride, Maid of Honor, Bridesmaid, relative, or wedding attendee, we see you too (I am you, too.) Yes, you know you aren’t the main event but you aren’t about to show up shabby. There are going to be a lot of photographs of this and not to mention new people to meet or old acquaintances you’ll be running into.
You are likely fielding ridiculous requests, reassuring the bride, avoiding some cousin, but don’t have the luxury of someone massaging your shoulders and telling you you’re going to be fine while you get your facial. You may not have a makeup artist doing your face. You’re low on time and already spending quite a bit on presents, travel, and an outfit. How to put your best face forward?
Treat yourself to a sheet mask. You can wear one while you multitask, hang out in your hotel room, or sleeping on a spare couch. 20 minutes and at least your skin is chill and relaxed. Might I recommend the Biocellulose Firming Face Mask? Any lack of sleep due to traveling or a late rehearsal dinner can be combated with this ultra firming mask ideal for tightening and lifting the skin and softening lines and wrinkles. Your face will look refreshed and renewed and your makeup goes on seamlessly (if at all).
Whether bride or wedding attendee, a little sheet mask love and you’ll look picture perfect and be free to enjoy what the wedding is really about— who has the best dance moves.