Bridal Makeup: Skin Care Tips And Face Mask To Prevent Damage

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Published on: 12-Oct-2022


10 min read




Sana Fakir


Bridal Makeup: Skin Care Tips And Face Mask To Prevent Damage

Bridal Makeup: Skin Care Tips And Face Mask To Prevent Damage

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The big day is soon to come, with a dreamy chapter that is lovesome!

We know that, like every other woman, you, too, are nurturing the wish to be the most beautiful bride on your wedding day. Well, why not? After all, the eyes will be on you.

Preparing to become a bride is not easy as it seems. You undergo a lot of stress while ensuring that your big day goes just as planned, right from your wedding venue to your wedding dress and bridal makeup. 

We know you do not want to take any chance of your facial skin getting damaged or dull on your wedding day. You need to make sure that your skin looks flawless and glowing, as you shall be THE BRIDE.

Wearing makeup is a way to enhance your face and looks, but keeping it for longer can cause tremendous damage to your skin. Your skin pores could get clogged if you leave the bridal makeup for an extended period. 

The cosmetic products used for makeup often contain toxic chemicals such as parabens, lead, synthetic colours and whatnot! Due to this your skin may also become prone to pimples, acne and other related issues. 

Usually, to-be brides often tend to fail to take care of their skin. Yes, we know you have a lot of things to do and prepare for the big day, but your health, body and skin need some love too.

Also, getting wedding bridal makeup and various other treatments from salons which involve different chemicals and cosmetic products can hamper your skin to a great extent. Following a proper skincare routine and skin tips is better before your wedding arrives. 

Below are some fabulous yet practical skin care tips for you so that you glow, bloom and get a wedding makeover.

Pre-wedding Health Tips For Both Bride and Groom

  • Plan everything for good health in advance.
  • Focus on increasing your immunity.
  • Try consuming ghee instead of oil.
  • Mindfully enjoy some wholesome snacks.
  • Consume turmeric (Haldi).

You Can Also Read: Wedding Haldi Ceremony: Benefits Of Haldi And Ubtan For Skin

Skin Care Tips To Prevent Damage Before Wedding

Going through numerous outfits trails, deciding wedding bridal makeup, running here and there for shopping and whatnot! These can affect your skin adversely by making the stress visible on your face, taking a toll on your skin, and ruining your wedding looks. 

The wedding bridal makeup can hide the stress and dull skin, but still, it will not give that fresh and glowing look. A good look will depend on how you take care of your skin to prevent your skin from any damage before the wedding.

So, let us get started!

1. HYDRATE! Read it again.

The more you hydrate your body, the better it will show results in terms of body functioning and, yes, the skin too! Your skin will naturally glow and look fresh if you sufficiently hydrate your skin. Well, drinking water is not the only source.

Along with drinking abundant water, you may also have some juicy yet tasty fruits to provide hydration to your body, such as oranges, kiwi, grapes, watermelon, and so on.

2. Hey, Bride, You Need To Be The Early Bird!

If you wish to achieve desired goals for your skin and body, ensure that you prepare for the same at least three months before your wedding. 

Some to-be brides and grooms may have oily skin, which can lead to breakouts and blemishes; to lessen the acne marks and get a healthy glow, work on your skin three months before the wedding so that you have the most admirable skin throughout your wedding ceremonies.

3. Prefer Natural Facials

Rejuvenate your skin with natural facials!

Yes, we understand that getting a facial can be time-consuming, but take this advice that getting a facial done once a month, instead of bleaching your skin, can work wonders.

4. On Your Mark, Scrub, Exfoliate And Go!

Remember to scrub and exfoliate your skin once every 15 days to keep black and white heads at bay as well as to clean your pores. In addition, you can use rice flour as an exfoliant to exfoliate the body naturally. 

Get set and go!

5. The Rule Is Simple - Sleep Well

If you wish to look like a diva on your big day, you need to put that phone down and keep any kind of stress aside to become a sleeping beauty for at least 7-8 hours at night.

Regularly sleeping for 7-8 hours is a terrific skin-repairing therapy that should not be disregarded. Sleep well to maintain the health of your skin and mind.

6. When You Glow In, You Glow Out!

Bridal makeup will only help you look good for a day, but when you glow from within, that makes a difference. 

You can achieve bright and glowing skin by eating peppermint, beetroot, salmon, cinnamon, pasta, dark chocolate, broccoli, garlic, brown rice, and legumes. Ensure that you eat such food and include it in your daily diet. To particularly target the skin and hair problems and improve them, consider following a pre-wedding indian diet plans for healthy skin and hair.

7. Grab Your Cleanser, Toner and Moisturiser!

A normal skincare routine that should be followed regularly should include cleansing, toning, and moisturising. This will give moisture, aid in pore cleaning, and lessen excess oil secretion, making you ready to ace your wedding look.

Homemade Face Masks To Prevent Damage As Per Skin Types

  • For Oily Skin

Sebum is produced in excess by oily skin, which traps dirt in the pores and leads to acne and pimples. To help you attain beautiful skin, we have compiled homemade face masks that constrict pores and absorb oil.

1. Lemon, Fullers Earth and Charcoal Face Mask

  • Charcoal powder -1 tbsp
  • Fuller's earth - 1.5 tbsp
  • Lemon juice - 1 tbsp

Mix all the ingredients in a small bowl and apply them on the face. You may apply the mask for 15-20 minutes and then wash it with cold water.

2. Turmeric Powder, Banana And Curd Mask

  • Turmeric - 1 tsp
  • Curd - 2 tbsp
  • Banana - half mashed 

In a bowl, add the mashed banana. Add curd and turmeric to the mashed banana and apply a layer of the mask on the face and later wash it with warm water.

  • For Combination Skin

If you are a to-be bride with combination skin, the masks below can be a boon to your skin. A combination skin type has areas of the skin that are both oily and dry, which can lead to acne in the summer and dry patches in the winter.

1. Milk and Fuller's Earth Mask

  • Fuller's earth - 1 tbsp
  • Milk - 1.5 tbsp

Make a smooth paste of the above ingredients and apply a good layer on your skin. Wash with warm water.

2. Honey, Milk And Papaya Face Mask

  • Mashed ripe papaya - ½ cup
  • Honey - 1 tsp
  • Milk - 1.5 1 tbsp

Mix all the ingredients and make a smooth paste to apply a thick layer to the face. Once dried partially, wash it with warm water.

  • For Dry Skin

Dry skin type often has flaky skin and may cause dry patches. These may not go easily even after applying tons of moisturiser to them. But you need not worry; we have some fantastic face masks for dry skin, too!

1. Honey And Coconut Face Mask

  • Lavender essential oil - 2-3 drops
  • Coconut oil - 2 tbsp
  • Honey - 1 tsp

In a small bowl, mix the ingredients and whisk until it makes a thick paste, apply a thick layer and keep for 15-20 minutes and wash with warm water.

2. Chandan Face Mask

  • Chandan powder- 1 tbsp
  • Rose water - 1 tbsp
  • Coconut oil - ½ tsp

Mix all the ingredients well in a small bowl and make a smooth paste on the face. Wash with warm water.

Dietitian’s Recommendation

Besides the above face mask, a coffee face mask is another excellent face mask for oily skin that is quite effective.

-Make a paste by combining coffee powder and rose water. Apply it to your face and then rinse with cold water.

- To make a body scrub, combine coffee powder, lemon juice, and sugar granules. Mix thoroughly, then scrub the mixture all over your body to give it a healthy glow.

                                                                                                              - Dietitian Lavina Chauhan

The Final Say

Wedding bridal makeup is a great way to enhance your look on your wedding day. However, the effects of makeup are temporary. 

If you want to prevent the damage caused by makeup and make your skin look glowing and brightened from within, take care of your skin during the wedding by using natural and homemade products. 

Also, ensure to consume foods in your diet that can help your skin look radiant. Finally, follow some skin care tips from the above-mentioned before your wedding to avoid any blunder happening to your skin on your wedding day. 


1. How many sleep hours are necessary for healthy skin?

For good skin, a minimum of 7-8 hours of sleep every night is necessary.

2. Which fruits promote healthy skin the best?

Fruits that give you glowing skin include strawberries, kiwis, oranges, tomatoes, mangoes, and pineapple.

3. How soon should you start following the skin care regimen?

It is advised to begin your skin and hair regimen three months before your wedding.

4. How can your body be detoxified before your wedding?

To detoxify your body before your wedding, you can simply drink fruit juices like cucumber juice, carrot and beetroot juice, aloe vera juice, green tea, and black tea.


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