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What She Did To Prepare For Her Wedding Day As A Beauty Editor



I’m a beauty editor, so I spend a lot of time thinking about makeup. But there’s another side to my job and it’s not just about how to put on lipstick or how to contour. It’s also about skincare and hair care, which can be more important than getting dressed up every day at work. That’s why I’ve been prepping for the big day since I started working at my current job in 2016: To prep myself for what was coming up, I took part in a ton of research and testing before my wedding day even came around! Here are all the things you should consider if you want to do the same thing on your wedding day:

4 Weeks Before The Wedding:

  • Start with a deep cleanse. You know how it is, right? You’re so excited about your big day and you want to look your best! But then there’s this feeling that maybe it’s time for some self care instead of just focusing on yourself. I mean, who doesn’t love looking their best? And why not start now?
  • Get rid of all the products you have been using during this process (including mascara). This will help prevent breakouts or clogged pores and reduce inflammation in your skin over time as well as allow for clearer looking skin once all those toxins are out.
  • Use a hair mask every week for at least 10 minutes it’ll give shine back into your tresses while nourishing them from within at the same time! If you don’t have one already, head over here first before doing anything else because they’re great quality ones too.

3 Weeks Before The Wedding:

  • Start to think about what you will wear. It’s important to have a plan in place so that if something doesn’t work out as planned, you can still look great on your big day. This is also a good time to shop for any last minute accessories that may need to be purchased ahead of time like shoes or jewelry since most stores are closed during this period!
  • Buy or make an outfit for your big day. You don’t want to stress yourself out by trying on outfits at home before going into the store, but if possible try not to feel rushed when buying something new just because there’s no time left until the ceremony starts!

2 Weeks Before The Wedding:

  • Set up a wedding beauty schedule. This will help you get organized and have everything ready to go when you need it. If possible, make sure that your makeup artist knows exactly what time they’re supposed to arrive at your house, so they can start getting ready for the big day early enough for you not to be late or anything like that. You don’t want anyone getting nervous because they’re waiting around in their apartments all morning!
  • Start early on making sure that everything else is taken care of so nothing goes wrong during the day-of preparations like forgetting something important like which dress shoes should be worn (which one do I wear?). Make sure everyone knows their jobs before heading out so there aren’t any last minute changes needed after arriving at the venue/hotel room where the ceremony will take place later this evening/nighttime hours especially if the bride has decided on something different than originally planned since she hadn’t mentioned anything beforehand either way…

1 Week Before The Wedding:

The day before your wedding is a great time to make sure that you have everything you will need for the big day. If possible, try not to stress about getting ready because it can be a stressful experience on its own! Spend some time relaxing and preparing in advance so that when it comes time for the big day, everything will run smoothly.

Make sure that all of your beauty products are packed up properly and ready for use at any moment during this period of preparation.

The Night Before The Wedding:

As a beauty editor, you know that your wedding day is coming up soon. You’re excited and nervous at the same time.

But before you get too caught up in planning, there are some things you should do to prepare yourself for your big day:

  • Take a bath or shower and relax! You don’t want to be stressed or tired on your wedding day it’s important that you have good energy going into the event.
  • Don’t over exert yourself physically or mentally; take it easy on yourself and avoid doing anything stressful before bedtime so that when morning comes around, everything will feel more relaxed (and less like “last night’s party”).

Start Prepping Early, Listen To Your Body, And Be Kind To Yourself

As a beauty editor, I get to see a lot of weddings. There’s nothing I love more than watching the bride get ready for her big day but there are some things that can be tricky when it comes to wedding planning. One of those things is finding ways to stay healthy and relaxed on your wedding day.

For starters, start prepping early! This means making sure you’re taking care of yourself before all the stress starts hitting (and believe me, it will). Start by listening to what your body needs; if you find yourself feeling tired or anxious before the big day even arrives, take steps toward getting better rested than usual so that you don’t end up going into labor at midnight on Thursday night after partying with friends all weekend long…or worse yet: Sunday morning brunch at 10 am.


We hope this has given you some insight into how to prepare for the big day and get the most out of it. If you’re still feeling nervous, remember that this is all part of the experience! We recommend spending these last few days before your wedding soaking up as much attention from loved ones and friends as possible not only will they be there to support you through the day of, but also in those moments when things go wrong or don’t go according to plan.