How long does it take you to get ready? Maybe you’re someone who spends an hour in the bathroom, putting your makeup on and styling your hair just right, to go out and face the day with a spring in your step. Maybe you only take 10 to 15 minutes, to throw your hair up and just dab a bit of concealer on your dark spots. Either way, you’re comfortable with your look when you’re finished!
But what about when you’ve got a big event to get ready for? Because your routine is going to change a little!
If you’ve got a big event coming up, like a conference where you’re planning to show off your new business, or you’ve got your best friend’s wedding in the calendar and you want to look amazing as a bridesmaid, there are some things you might want to do to prepare. I’ve listed a few of the most impactful below, so why not take a look if you’re seeking a bit of inspiration?
Whiten Up Your Teeth
If you’re someone who hates showing your teeth in photos, this might just be the best option for you to spend your time on. And you can even whiten your teeth right before the photos of the event are about to be taken!
You won’t have to go to a cosmetic surgeon for this (unless you like the idea of permanently white teeth to dazzle any photographers with!), which means it’s a rather budget-friendly way to put the finishing touches on your perfect ‘big do’ look. You can invest in some whitening strips, and apply them once a day for 10 to 15 minutes, to help brighten that wonderful smile of yours!
Give Your Hair Some More Volume
A new shampoo and conditioner might be in order here! Get yourself something hydrating to leave in your hair for a while, before you head out to the hairdresser and get your up-do down properly!
If you’re someone who worries about the thinning of your hair, or maybe you’ve got a bit older over the last couple years and you feel your age has caught up with your a bit. If so, you’ve always got the option to find a Hair transplant surgeon, and build a knowing and trusting relationship with them, to help permanently soothe these worries away.
Take Time with the Outfit!
When you’re planning for a big event, you’ve got the chance to take your time, and really make the right choices for what you’re going to wear and how you’re going to style the outfit. You’re not in a rush, especially if you’ve got 3 or 4 months to work with, and that’s a time frame you should take advantage of!
To perfect your look, make sure you take your time, and don’t forget about the details. After all, there’s a lot of little things that might make you feel off-balance about the official photos, so prepare to combat them!
Do you a big event or party coming up?