Home' Wedding Times : October 2010 Contents 10 The Times, Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Many brides spend months plan-
ning the wedding from the deco-
rations at the reception to the
music during the ceremony, but
one of the most essential things to
think about is the perfect hairdo
for your special day.
Your hairstyle on your wed-
ding day can make you feel like a
princess and consulting with a
hairdresser, like those listed in the
Times Bridal Feature, will help
you to feel confident in your hair.
Picking the right hair style may
involve matching your hair to the
theme of your dress, finding the
right style in a magazine, or work-
ing with one of the many qualified
and talented hair dressers in the
Milton Ulladulla area to design a
unique 'do that is perfect for you.
You may opt to decorate your
hair with accessories such as
pearl headbands, tiny flower
studs, jewelled hairpins, or a
Tiaras are back in and are a
fantastic choice as they look great
on both short or long hair and can
make you feel like a queen for the
day.To get your hair looking and
feeling healthy, make sure to use a
good shampoo and conditioner
for your hair type a few weeks
before your wedding day.
HAIR DOS: Working with a hairstylist will give you that perfect do for your wedding day. PHOTOS: Niche
Photographics, Firefly Images.
Get the perfect 'do
for your special day
Every bride wants to feel perfect
on their wedding day, and the
right make-up can make the dif-
ference between feeling drab and
After all the wedding day will
see the bride be the centre of
attention for the entire day, so to
ensure you look fantastic, consult
a professional make up artist or
From putting on the veil, kiss-
ing your husband and dancing,
your make-up will be disturbed
during the day, but starting off
with flawless make-up, getting
tips from your beautician and car-
rying a few essential items like
lippy and a pressed powder will
keep you looking wonderful.
Consult with a professional
and make sure you have a trial a
few months before your wedding
day, remember it is your day and
your make-up should suit your
wedding dress, theme, hair and
Your skin is the basis for your
wedding day make-up as this is
where it all begins.
Make sure you drink plenty of
water and stay out of the sun in the
weeks leading up the wedding.
If you don't already use lip
balm and moisturiser, now is the
time to start.
Don't be afraid to experiment
with make-up in the months lead-
ing up to the wedding.
Get your last regular facial a
week before the wedding.
If you rarely have facials, don't
get one within a month of the
Now that your skin is looking
fantastic, you'll want a flawless
When consulting with a beau-
tician or make-up artist, it is a
good idea to take along some
examples of what you would like,
the colours you are using in the
wedding and examples of the style
of dress and bouquet.
Your make-up artist will be
able to help design a make-up
look that will bring together the
elements of your wedding and
suit your look and personality.
Make-up to make
you feel fabulous
LOOKING LOVELY: Professional make-up will make you feel like a
princess. PHOTO: Firefly Images.
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your individual wishes,
personalities & special love
Wedding guide provided
with a wide range of
ceremony choices & readings
booklet of your ceremony,
with cover featuring your
photo if desired
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you 100% attention
on your big day.
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