Since quite long, I have been seeing a trend of questions on this topic from people who are either getting married or who have darker skin tones. So, first of all, I would like to say that you can’t really lighten the skin complexion. The skin color is determined by the amount of melanin your skin has and you can’t do anything to reduce the amount of this pigment inside your skin. Ok, after that bit of science, I would like to say that you can do somethings to preserve your original complexion.
So, my friend is getting married and soon. Well, I have given her many many advises, most of which she chooses to ignore. She is making a worse bride than me!! She is hardly going to the parlor coz she is acne-prone and says that facials do not suit her.
Buy only what YOU Like without looking too rude!!
Do not forget the medicines kit
For Acne-prone and Oily or Combination Skin
Think about Honeymoon and plan beforehand without getting stressed
Go and take care of your Skin
So, these were just some of the tips I shared with her. There were lot more but those were situational. So, I would discuss them later on. What advise would you give your best friend for her wedding and does she listen to you?
You might think that how can a bride not have makeup? How will a bride look like one? But, in my wedding, there was literally no makeup on my face! Only the two rituals before that, I had got makeup done which I honestly hated but thankfully the snaps are not glaringly aboard!
So, yup, I am gonna give you all the juicy details of the night. Make sure parental discretion is ascertained and you are above 18 years of age. As I mentioned in some earlier post, the pandits find some muhurtam/muhurat for this as well. Trust me, its pretty embarrassing.
Ok, when your parents and in laws drop you into the honeymoon suite, its pretty weird and that was how it was for both of us. But, let bygones be that. We ordered for dinner and proceeded to the balcony for a candle light ambiance. And, then…..I fell!!! Huh…did you think I will ruin you children?
Btw, tomorrow I am getting rid of the chooda. Don’t get me wrong, I love them. Everyone loved them, in fact, just for the fact that the chooda was so different here and gives the perfect bride-sy look. But, they got so heavy and I think I got the smaller size so I could wear only half of my chooda. Will narrate the story later. In short, I am not able to do any regular works with them on my hands and worse still I can not reach my back to clean it 😀