Whether you have six months or four weeks to prepare for the big day, here's how to look and feel your beautified best.
|Beat the Heat|
Protect from heat damage by airdrying whenever possible. If you must use heated tools, keep locks safe with protecting products. One we love: Bumble and bumble Styling Lotion.
Protect Your Color
Rely on your stylist for timing on your final color touch-up; then, keep it protected for your big day. One we love: Phyto Phytocitrus Vital Radiance shampoo, specially formulated for color-treated hair.
Get a last-minute boost by using a hair mask once a week. "The longer you leave the mask on, the shinier and bouncier your hair will be," says Fekkai. One we love: Frédéric Fekkai Hair Mask with Shea Butter.
Keep your tummy flat by avoiding foods that bloat; common culprits include beans, broccoli, onions and carbonated drinks. Drinking lots of water helps flush everything out.
Spray On Sun
Get some safe sun with a spray-on tan. Many over-the-counter products offer the same
results as professional spray-tanning facilities. One we love: True Blue Spa Solar Power.
Get a Massage
Massage therapy has proven health benefits and relieves last-minute stress.
|Get a Facial|
After the deep-cleaning benefits of a facial, some skin types tend to break out. Schedule your last facial for no less than three weeks out to prevent any wedding-day breakouts.
Sunburned skin looks bad in photos and is nearly impossible to hide with makeup. Avoid any potential problems on your big day by covering up now with daily sunscreen and even a hat, if you'll be outside a lot. Use a bronzer to get a sun-kissed face. One we love: Benefit Cosmetics box-o-powder in Hoola.
Slather it on morning and night to ensure silky-smooth wedding-day skin. Two we love: Garnier Ultra-Lift with SPF for day and Estée Lauder Re-Nutriv Ultimate Youth Creme for night.