Skin care for Brides
Let’s get started with getting to know your skin type.
Follow my skincare for brides series and I will help you get your skin in tip top condition well in advance of your ‘I Do’s’. As a bridal makeup artist I know that looking your best on the big day is one of the biggest concerns of any bride-to be. It is never too early to get your skin wedding day ready. You will find once you have skincare down that any makeup application is easier.
With the next few of blogs in my skincare for brides series , you’ll be well on your way to the perfect skincare regime in no time. Let’s start with getting to know your skin type. I will cover each category in turn and educate you not only on how to identify your own skin type but on which products and regime will work best for you.
Do you know what bracket your skin falls into?
Are you sometimes get overwhelmed in the skincare aisle at the supermarket? This series of blogs will be for you. I always used to struggle too, your are not alone and I will help guide you through the minefield.
I will cover each skin type over the next few blogs in this skincare for brides series. Together, we will make sure you can identify the characteristics of your own skin. Moving forward, this will help choosing the correct products easier. You will find products suitable for your skin and improve its condition and overall look. This will mean you can wear less makeup and still look amazing.
First of all let’s start with the rarest…… NORMAL SKIN.
Normal skin…Yes, it is, in fact, rare to find someone with skin that is classed as normal.
The normal skin type is classed as well balanced with an even texture and tone. If you’re lucky enough to fall into this category, you are few and far between so congratulations on being quite unique.
Here are the know characteristics of you lucky lot.
Characteristics of Normal skin…
- You have no or few imperfections
- No severe sensitivity
- There is no visible pores
- A radiant complexion
Those of you with normal skin have a very balanced complexion because it is neither too dry or too oily. In general, the T-Zone (nose, forehead and chin) can be a little oily but you will find the skin is well balanced. It is not lacking moisture or overproducing sebum (the light yellow, oily substance that the skin produces to hydrate or lubricate skin and hair). With normal skin you are pretty much able to use whatever products you like and so you can certainly mix up your routine often.
Having this skin type doesn’t mean you don’t or won’t develop skin concerns or complaints. Because prevention is the best remedy, get yourself into a good skincare regime well ahead of any concerns. If you start by spring cleaning your products and purchase those that will give you optimum results.
I have found that with normal skin you will have a pick of most products and brands on the market. Therefore, start with a gentle, effective daily cleanser followed by a toner and good moisturiser is a great way to start. Add in a weekly treatment facial scrub and mask and ensure you wear your SPF (Sun Protection Factor) DAILY, come rain or shine!
So, if you’re looking to get started with a good skincare regime, I offer a great selection of beautiful facial treatments at my home studio in Worcester, go take a look here and why not think about booking in for one.