What should you do a month before your wedding day in Israel so that you look your best on your big day
you'll be smiling in almost every picture so good idea to take care of your teeth
If you plan on getting t a laser treatment or fillers before your wedding this is the time to do it, so your skin can heal properly
Get a deep cleansing facial about 2 or 3 weeks before your wedding to remove any blackheads and blemishes and let your skin heal and rejuvenate.
Start breaking in your wedding shoes
Don't experiment with any new face and makeup products, you don't want to be surprised with a rash or breakout
Haircut & colored - If you get your hair colored regularly anyway it would be a good idea to get your hair cut and colored around this point however It would be best not to try a new color or haircut until after the wedding
Eyebrows - get them done by someone you trust and knows your face
hydrating facial so that your skin is smooth, hydrated, and glowing before their wedding
Stop using eyeliner and mascara - Something about those long-lasting lines that tend to stick around even after you use a good eye makeup remover. I don't like to aggressively take off makeup before a session because it can irritate the skin, if possible go without makeup a day or two before the event
Mikvah - traditionally a bride is supposed to go the night before the wedding, but it can be done a night or two before
Nails - make sure you do this after the mikvah, since you are not allowed to dip with nail polish on.
Massage - optional but a nice way to relax
In the next blog post I'll tell you what to do the day of your wedding