Quick Things you Can do on the Big Day to Look Perfect

Every girl dreams of looking like a queen on her wedding day! Before the wedding, you might have nightmares about looking terrible, but don't worry! If they become reality and your wedding day has arrived and you’re not feeling as beautiful as you hoped, there are a few simple things you can do to drastically improve your appearance in a matter of minutes.

By the time you walk down that aisle, you will look as beautiful as you always imagined you would.

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1. Whiten Your Teeth

You’re going to be smiling a lot on your wedding day! Obviously. It's the best day of your life. Even if those genuine smiles of delight will turn into softer smiles of fatigue by the end of the day, make sure you shine from the first smile to the last. To guarantee you look your best in every single photograph, get your teeth whitened.

You want pearly whites as noticeable as your dress to give you that truly magical look as you glide down the aisle and snap photographs with guests.

What is the Best Teeth Whitening Product?

You can pay for a professional teeth whitening service at your local dental clinic, but it’s not quick, it’s not easy, and it’s definitely not cheap. Instead, buy yourself the SNOW Teeth Whitening kit for less than $200 and you’ll get the white teeth you need without the stress!

Is Teeth Whitening Covered by Insurance?

Typically, insurance will not cover cosmetic dentistry such as teeth whitening. There are specific dental plans that may cover it, but if you use a teeth whitening service like SNOW, as mentioned above, then it’s affordable enough to buy without insurance.


 2. Get Rid of Puffy Eyes

If you were out a little late the night before the wedding and your eyes are puffy when you wake up, it’s time for an old-school trick that actually works. Known as the “frozen spoon” trick, you simply place two metal spoons in the freezer for twenty minutes and then rest them on your eyes for several minutes.

Get Rid of a Hangover Quickly

If you are hungover from the night before (oops), then you are going to need more than a couple frozen spoons. 

Try these fool-proof tips! And maybe next time have one less drink. ;) 

  1. Drop some Tylenol with codeine (it will help your headache and your digestive distress).
  2. Drink two glasses of water filled with lemon and/or cucumber juice.
  3. Have a hearty breakfast.
  4. Drink a shot of strong alcohol. It’s your big day, you can afford an early drink!


 3. Hydrate

It’s normal for brides-to-be to wake up stressed, nauseous and fatigued. After all, they do have a pretty big day ahead of them!

That inward stress can begin to show on the outside as the day progresses. Your skin can become dry, your hair lifeless—it’s time for some quick fixes. 

First things first: hydrate. Water is good, but tea is better. Black tea or green tea will help to hydrate you while giving your body a boost of energizing caffeine. It’s not as much as a coffee or an energy drink so it won’t make you anxious or irritable, but it will be enough to lift your mood and energy levels.

The Many Benefits of Proper Hydration
  1. Better skin, hair, and nails
  2. Fuller lips
  3. No dry mouth (which also means no sticky lips or bad breath) 
  4. Helps to keep your body cool
  5. Improves muscle and nerve function
  6. Cleanses you of any pre-wedding drinking sessions


     4. Nap

    It will be easier said than done for some of you, but a nap can work wonders! If you don’t sleep enough (as many grooms/brides-to-be don’t prior to their big day) then you will be fatigued, lethargic, irritable and otherwise in a foul mood. 

    That’s definitely not what you want for your wedding day! You want a day that you will remember fondly and breeze through in complete comfort.

    So, turn off your phone, kick your friends out of the hotel room, and relax. If there are no distractions and you keep those invasive thoughts at bay, sleep will come. If you’re struggling, try the following: 

    Tips for Sleeping when you are Anxious
    • Get rid of all distractions
    • Take a long and relaxing bath
    • Spray lavender oil on your pillow or use it in the bath
    • Drink chamomile tea
    • Lie down and focus on your breathing as if meditating

    Whatever you do, don’t take sedatives or anything else that will make you groggy.

    So smile big, smile bright! It's the day you always dreamed of. Use Snow for the perfect finishing touch.