The Bridal Prep Tips By The Maestro Beenish Pervez

The wedding season is around the corner! If you’re one of the brides with little to no expertise you might be feeling a bit anxious about how your beauty regimen will go on your wedding day. You should plan ahead at least a little bit for your bridal makeup and prep in order to ensure that you seem like the authentic, stunning person you are in your wedding images. Hey! before you actually begin sweating, hold up: one of our favorite and pro makeup artists Beenish Pervez, is here to save the day. so grab your brow pencils, as the maestro starts giving out the Bridal Prep Tips!

Skin Care Is The Key To Your Satisfaction

A bride’s face is the most significant feature. If you have not taken care of your skin, no makeup professional in the world can help you. therefore begin using your sunscreen, a premium facewash, and toner at least three months prior to your wedding.


Start exfoliating your skin once a week with any high-quality exfoliator to enhance the texture of your skin, which is essential for your wedding makeup. Please remember to exfoliate your lips as well. Lips need daily hydration and once-a-week exfoliation, yet many people disregard them when exfoliating their faces. Lips are just as important as any other facial feature.

Be A "Sleeping Beauty"

Your sleep is very, very essential. I understand that being the bride and beginning a new chapter in your life might be stressful, but sleep can help you a lot with your dark circles and is crucial for your skin. Try getting 8 to 9 hours of sleep every night for the three months before your wedding.

Stay Hydrated!

Maintain your water and nutrition intake to take care of your skin and keep it hydrated. Consistently consume at least 8 to 9 glasses of water, and include fruits and vegetables in your diet.

The Mani-Pedi!

Maintain your water and nutrition intake to take care of your skin and keep it hydrated. Consistently consume at least 8 to 9 glasses of water, and include fruits and vegetables in your diet.

The Hair Care

Get your frizz treatments done if your hair is frizzy. Your time spent getting ready and blow-drying your hair will be much reduced if you have keratin on.

Wash your hair a night before your wedding makeup.

Plan And Schedule Things Out!

Plan your schedule carefully and allow three to four hours for the henna. The bridal henna frequently gets damaged or ignored when there are so many people around the bride. For your henna, you should be in a calm setting. Additionally, be careful not to remove it before it has completely dried; frequently, brides wipe it away and then express dissatisfaction with the color of the henna. And it’s definitely not a good idea to sleep with henna on. since your face is likely to have a patch the next morning. Make sure you plan and organize your wedding day well. Leave your home 45 minutes before your makeup appointment to provide time for any unforeseen circumstances. In order to ensure that you have all of your cosmetics and hair essentials after the wedding, make sure that you keep the suitcase yourself so that you don’t get any surprises last minute.

Experimentation Tips

Try utilizing any home remedies or Ubtan for your skin three months before the wedding, but be careful if you have any allergies to any of the ingredients in either product. Today’s Ubtan comes in a range of brands and varieties and uses various components, ingredients and formulations so use caution. Skin can react to various treatments, so start getting your waxing and skin polishing done four months before your wedding to avoid any form of skin inflammation and allergies. There’s no need to be an expert at choosing your lenses’ color or wearing them. colors such as green, blue, or grey are not for all complexions. Before purchasing lenses, consult your makeup artist. Especially if you have any physical issues, begin your physical training at least four months before the wedding to ensure that your body is in top condition.

Consultancy Is Important!

Make sure you visit with your hair and makeup professionals, as well as the designers, three months prior to your wedding to ensure everyone is on the same page and to prevent any last-minute issues. Consult your makeup artist for advice on your makeup vanities as well. Invest solely in skincare products that are suitable for your skin type and those you will continue to use. Likewise, stay away from buying enormous eye makeup palettes.