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Your Complete Lash And Tan Wedding Checklist


by IMAGE
07th Mar 2017

Planning your wedding should be a hugely exciting experience packed full of fun, loving moments and lots (and lots) of sparkle. To avoid all the fuss and pressure surrounding the build-up, we recently attended Jenny McCarthy’s wedding masterclass at the beautiful Killashee Hotel where The Lash Lounge?and Bellamianta Tan’revealed their top-tips to help guide all brides to the perfect day. Check out their wedding checklists below!

unnamed-14 LASH CHECKLIST courtesy of The Lash Lounge

. Have a trial in advance of the wedding day.

. Eyelash tinting should be done 48 hours prior to your eyelash extension appointment.

. Never pluck your extensions – have them removed professionally.

. Always comb the lashes once a day and follow your therapist’s aftercare advice.

. Don’t use oil based eye make-up remover.

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TAN CHECKLIST courtesy of Bellamianta Tan

. Arrange some trials to ensure the tan is right.

. Exfoliate up to three weeks before the wedding.

. When showering or bathing, pat skin dry with your towel – don’t scrub!

. After showering, lock in tan with a rich moisturizer.

. On the wedding day, apply talcum powder on the areas where your dress is tightly fitted. This will help avoid staining.

For more, visit Weddings by Jen

Imagery: Jason Llyod-Evans