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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, March 11, 2015 5B All eyes are on the bride and grooni on their wedding day. Feeling beautiful and dapper can boost a couple's confidence and ensure they look back on their wedding lahotoghs and videos vetth pride. Certain beauty basics and makeup and hair strategies can help any bride look spectacular on her wedding day. The following are some dos and don'ts of wedding day beauty preparations. DO employ the,services of a professional hairstylist and makeup artist. Professionals have the experience and tools of the trade to help you to look your best. From contouring to make your face seem slimmer to enlarging the appearance of small eyes, some tricks of the trade are best left to the pros. DON'T forget to schedule a trial run. Make this appointment several months before the wedding day so you have ample time to work with your stylists and experiment with colors and hair arrangements to fit your personality and the style of your gown. Take plenty of pictures and notes so you will remember what needs to be on hand for the wedding day. DO allot enough time for the wedding day beauty appointment. If you will be going to a salon, block out two or more slots instead of one. This way the stylist does not overbook and will not feel rushed. Many brides opt to have stylists come tb their homes. There may be an extra charge for this service, but it may be well worth the cost. DON'T make any drastic changes to your appearance right before the wedding. This includes changing your hair color or texture, extreme tanning, using colored contact lenses, or chopping off all of your hair. It's better to wait until after the wedding to change your style. DO bring a veil, headpiece, hair extensions and any other accessories to your hair consult. This enables the Chances are more photographs will be taken of a couple when they are newlyweds than at any other moment in their lives. Certain beauty dos and don'ts should be followed so couples put their best faces forward. stylist to practice working with these items. DON'T tweeze or wax brows too close to the start of the ceremony. Redness and swelling are common side effects of tweezing and waxing, and they can be diff'mult to mask with makeup. Instead, take care of hair removal a day or two prior to the wedding. DO exfoliate your skin prior to the wedding. This doesn't necessarily mean you should endure a harsh fruit acid peel or another procedure. You can exfoliate with a gentle washing of your skin with a nubby washcloth to remove any dryness and errant flakes. Moisturize well to ensure a smooth palette for makeup application. DON'T wash or condition hair the day of the wedding. Intricatestyles tend to stay better when hair has a little grip. "Dirty" hair is easier to work with than shiny, freshly washed locks. If you must wash, remember to thoroughly dry your hair before going to your appointment. DO wear a little extra makeup than you are accustomed to wearing because it will show up better in photos. However, do not wear so much that you look clownish. A makeup artist can help you achieve the right balance. DON'T have bridesmaids wear makeup that is bolder than yours, especially red lips. No one should upstage the bride. DO experiment with any products you haven't used before to test for allergic reactions and see how well they wear. DON'T wear too much under-eye concealer or one in too light a shade. This can draw more attention to problem areas than remedy them. DO bring a path relief medication in case a tight hairstyle or headpiece causes a headache. DON'T forget that men need a little help as well. Exfoliation and moisturizing can help dry skin. Guys should use a new razor and plenty of cream before shaving to avoid irritation. A dusting of finishing powder can banish shiny noses and foreheads for photo-ready faces: . 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