6. Pack a Day-of Bag
Whether it's flyaway hairs or false lashes that keep falling off, make sure you have an arsenal of bridal beauty fixers the day of. Start adding items as you begin to work out the details of your wedding, as well as during your makeup trials. You should have a plan of attack with your makeup artist should they not be there in a moment of need.
Special splurge: If you don't have the time to pull it all together, you can buy premade kits that come with hair spray, clear nail polish, deodorant and all those things you haven't even thought of.
7. Prep Your Face
Weekly exfoliation, either physical or chemical, can provide you with a smooth surface for makeup application. Adding a hydrating serum with hyaluronic acid can also help to plump up fine lines around your face. Apply it daily before your makeup for softer and smoother skin.
Special splurge: At least three months out from your wedding, start planning monthly facials with a professional. Facials boost your skin's health, helping it to look clearer and brighter. We’re loving microcurrent facials. Microcurrents help to lift the facial muscles and depuff the face. Think of it as the perfect pick-me-up for your face.
8. Get that Healthy Glow
Skin that looks sun-kissed will give you a natural, healthy glow. Of course, always skip the tanning bed and use a gradual self-tanner like Jergens Natural Glow moisturizer (Jergens Natural Glow Daily Moisturizer, $10, Ulta.com). And if you really want a spray tan, schedule it a few days before the wedding for a beautiful glow (this leaves enough time to fix any trouble spots and let the color settle). And no need to go overboard, a one-time tan will give you just enough bronze for a sun-touched look in your photos.
Special splurge: Some tanning salons make house calls for an additional fee.