Looking good requires you to feel good. Taking the time to exercise, following good eating practices, and drinking lots of water will help you and your skin look and feel great. Apart from any facials you may have, it is also important to set up a routine of skin care. Cleansing, toning and moisturizing and the occasional exfoliation treatment are the key to keeping your skin in tiptop condition.
Try to schedule your trial run in the morning or early afternoon so you can really see how your makeup looks in different lighting and how it holds up for the entire day. Check with your makeup artist about a touch-up kit for the wedding day consisting of the loose powder and the lipstick you’ll be wearing. Those should be the only things you will need to retouch.
Have pictures ready with different styles of hair and makeup you like. Also, consider purchasing your veil after you have decided how you would like to wear your hair. You should be choosing your hairstyle based on you, not your veil.
Get a massage! A full-body massage the day before your ceremony is a delightful way to prepare for your big day. There is nothing like the calming and relaxing effect a massage will bring. A good massage reduces stress levels, and relieves stiffness in the body. It increases circulation by assisting oxygen and nutrients reach tissues and organs. It can also release endorphins, which act as a pain reliever.
Don't forget your hands. Get into the habit of moisturizing them before going to sleep. Nails should be done a day or two before the wedding day to give them enough time to dry. Tan if you're going someplace tropical for your honeymoon to get a base tan. Otherwise, please stay away from it. Besides the fact that it is damaging, it can also appear unnatural. You can always ask your makeup artist to use a bronzer.
Waxing should be done a couple of days in advance to keep redness away. Have waxing done professionally. Over-the-counter waxing products are unreliable and harsh.