Wednesday, July 26, 2017

If you're a bride and you're starting to worry about how your skin will be on the big day. Fret not! Last May, we had the pleasure of having KVMUA and her team give three lucky brides an awesome experience getting a preview of what they'll experience and how they'll look on their big day. Booking a makeup artist is a one thing off the to-do list but knowing how to achieve that glowing look months before the day is another. KV from KVMUA shares with us her experience with our three lucky brides and some quick tips for you to try at home.

Being part of any Ruffles and Bells event is always an honour and Bespoke was just another amazing opportunity to reach out to future Brides and introduce them to what we do at KVMUA. As an artist, I think it’s so important to collaborate with other likeminded businesses (or individuals) to continue your creative progression. My team and I were lucky enough to meet three Brides-to-be and let them experience KVMUA Bridal artistry services at the Bespoke Bridal Fair.

My team at Bespoke were Crystal Casas and Jen Castro, both amazing artist in their own right. The great thing about Bespoke is that it gave the three couples to experience a ‘trial’ Wedding Day while getting their pre-nuptial photoshoots done at the same time.

All the Brides were pampered, prepped and beautified like it was their actual wedding day. They got to experience how KVMUA works and we got to know them and have some fun in return. Unfortunately, not all Brides-to-be get to experience this luxury offer so here’s my top Beauty tips to get ready for your Big Day.

1.      If you don’t have a daily skincare routine, start now but keep it simple especially if you’ve never done anything more than cleanse. Consider adding some targeted serums to help your complexion or smooth out your skin.

2.      If you’re a daily makeup user, remember to let your skin breathe every now and then and dare to go bare. It’s a healthy habit

3.      If you’re thinking about getting some treatments done, make sure you see the right person for the job. I personally wouldn’t trust a Beauty Therapist to do any treatments that skilled dermatologists or cosmetic nurses would normally do.

4.      Try not get any facials or peels done a week before your Wedding Day, give it anywhere between 2-4 weeks because skin may tend to purge and one week isn’t enough for your skin to go through a full cycle.


Hope you can take those tips and apply them to your daily routines, you’ll definitely notice a difference and your skin will be Wedding ready in no time. 

Want to learn more about skin care? 
KV and I will be hosting our second beauty and make-up workshop THE BEAUTY EDIT this 26th of August. If you haven't booked your spot yet, this is the perfect time to do so. Click on the image below to know more about the day, what you'll learn and what freebies we have for you. Limited spaces available! 

All photos by Bianca Virtue

-----> Want more skin care & beauty tips? Here's KV's top tips when you travel a lot or better yet, packing for your honeymoon. We wouldn't want you forgetting on the essentials. 

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