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Picture Perfect Hands and Wedding Band

 

From the minute you get engaged, you should get weekly manicures everyone will want to look at your ring and you are going to want to show it off.

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Brush on cuticle oil daily to help maintain a perfect 10.

It is best to pre schedule a nail-strengthening manicure and apply a nail strengthening top coat weekly.  Have the services scheduled in advance to insure that you have a time that will work with your busy schedule.

Don’t forget to also get regular pedicures (at least monthly) to feel pampered as the wedding approaches

Exfoliate and moisturize your hands and feet daily, soft and silky elbows, hands and feet are marriage musts. 

 

3 Months Before the Wedding:

 

You should have selected the shoes to compliment your gown.  Start wearing them a little each day to break them in and make sure they are comfortable.  Keep in mind that wearing open shoes will keep your feet aerated, preventing sweating and helping to keep your body cooler.  Use a file to scuff up the bottom of the soles so that you will not slip on solid floors or low pile carpet. If you find that they are uncomfortable, you still have time to select and test another pair.

To keep arches from aching and sandals from cutting into your feet, pad your shoes with extra cushioning. Foot Petals is a good choice for your big day

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Shop around to find a pale polish that complements both your skin tone and your personality (you'll want your own bottle so you can handle any last-minute fixes). It is best to go with sheer pinks and peaches, hues that won't distract from your dress.

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2 Weeks Before the Wedding:

Make sure you include clear nail polish and your colored polish, nail clippers and a nail file in your Bridal Emergency repair kit.

 

The Day Before the Wedding:

Schedule a manicure and pedicure the day before the wedding so you'll be perfectly polished and fully dry in time for the rehearsal dinner.  Get a bottle of your polish from the manicurist for last minute touch-ups.  Be sure to pay the technician before getting your nails done to avoid nicking the polish.

 
Wedding Hands

 

The Day of the Wedding:

Inspect your nails (Hand & Feet) for any chips, cracks or smudges and make the necessary fixes. Then refresh your manicure by applying a layer of super-shiny topcoat.  Make sure it is thoroughly dry.

 

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