Seven Things To Avoid The Week Before Your Wedding

In March, we offered a to-do list of  Skin Care Tips For The June Bride.  Now that your big day is almost here, it’s time for the don’ts!

 Hair Cuts and Color

 Even if you trust your colorist and stylist with every strand of hair on your head, avoid making any drastic changes to your color or cut within a week of the wedding, advises the beauty director and hair style experts with You never know how the new color might oxidize or will look with your skin tone. A new cut could change the texture and style of your hair and it may go with your dress's neckline or veil.. It’s better  to stick with the cut and style you’ve been perfecting over the last few months When picking a style, Say I Do To The Do that best matches your dress well ahead of time!  

 Chemical Peels and Microdermabrasion

 A peel or microdermabrasion is a no-go the week before you wedding. For some people, either procedure can leave dead skin on the surface that balls up under makeup. If you’re planning on a peel, microdermabrasion, or other treatments like Botox, schedule them for at least two weeks before the wedding in case you experience any redness or bruising. Find more Beauty Blunders to avoid at  

 New Skincare Products

 If the wedding is less than two weeks out, don’t try any new skincare product that could lead to allergic reactions, dryness, oiliness, or other side effects that take time to correct. And if you’ve scheduled a pre-wedding massage, make sure the therapist uses an oil that you’ve tried before, advises You don’t want to find out you’re allergic to a certain fragrance or ingredient and break out in hives two days before donning a strapless gown.

 Foods That Can Leave You Puffy and Bloated

 The last thing you want is to feel bloated and puffy when all eyes are on you, so check out 10 Foods To Avoid Before The Wedding. If you want a flat stomach on your wedding day, avoid too much munching on raw cruciferous vegetables like cauliflower, cabbage or broccoli. Also put down the carbonated beverages including soft drinks, sparkling water and champagne. All that carbon dioxide released into your system leaves you feeling gassy. Even chewing gum can cause bloating as well as gluten, dairy and of course junk food.

 New Exercise Routines

 You might be tempted to work off that extra inch around your waist by increasing your physical activity, but starting a new exercise routine is definitely one of the 5 Things To Avoid The Week Before The Wedding.  You don’t want to risk walking down the aisle suffering with sore muscle, or worse, an injury. Instead, go for exercises that relieve stress like brisk walking.


Liquids and Foods That Stain Your Teeth

 When All Eyes Are On You, pre-wedding preparation includes avoiding deeply pigmented beverage. Soda, coffee, dark tea and red wine, as well as foods like blueberries, cherries and soy sauce, top the nix list of Get A Winning Wedding Day Smile. Anything that would stain your wedding dress will stain your teeth. To make your smile camera ready, visit your dentist for a professional whitening at least two weeks before the wedding or use at-home whitening strips the week before the big day. Right before you walk down the aisle, suggests brushing your teeth with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide to remove surface stains, and finishing with a whitening pen.


 If you’re pulling all-nighters taking care of last minute details or tossing and turning because you’re stressed out, you are risking sleep deprivation, which can negatively affect your immune system, says Lack of sleep also will show on your face and no amount of makeup can completely cover the dark under-eye circles or brighten tired, dull skin. So try to relax and enjoy a well-deserved beauty sleep.  JuveRest® The Sleep Wrinkle Pillow helps you avoid waking up with sleep wrinkles and under ey puffiness puffiness, two less things to worry about during your big week.