How to get good-looking skin for your big day

Amy Coyne applies make-up to bride Credit: www.redlockphotography.comQ – I have very dry skin, and I’m worried my make-up won’t look good on my wedding day. What advice can you share with me?

"I strongly recommend all my brides create a good skincare routine as soon as possible. For dry skin, I would use an exfoliating mask every seven to 10 days. CeraVe does a lovely cleansing foam wash that would be fantastic to use morning and night. Invest in a good moisturiser and night cream.

"Serums are very good for dry skin, and there are a lot of affordable options on the market as well as high-end brands. Have a chat with your make-up artist as I’m sure they would be more than happy to give you some recommendations. My personal go-to is Boot’s eye cream, CeraVe Cleansing Wash, and if I was looking for a high-end brand, I would use Elemis. Get into a habit of using these twice a day, and you’ll see a difference in your skin in no time."

Amy Coyne
Make-up artist 
www.amyburns2006.wixsite.com/amycoynemua

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