Big or small, your wedding is indeed something special enough to celebrate. The day when you’d definitely want to look your best as the beautiful Lusaka bride. In this edition, we bring you some quick tips towards being that bride you want yourself to be. Yes, a quick roundup on planning your hair care and makeup regime. Let us dive right in!

Hair care

  • Create an inspiration board. Check out more than one style and shortlist them well in advance.
  • Choose your stylist. A good amount of research on the comfort levels you share can help you feel relaxed on the big day.
  • Once you have decided on your Lusaka hair stylist, discuss your preferred styles with him/her. Try out those that impressed you. Trials could help you zero in on the perfect wedding hairdo that makes you feel good and comfortable.
  • Pamper and care. Schedule regular saloon visits starting at least two months before the special date. You surely don’t want to try a totally new haircut right before your wedding.


  • Get into the skin prep regime early enough. Regular skin care –at least six weeks before the wedding – will give you that special glow you are looking for. Regular facials do magic to the texture of your skin providing that perfect base for your wedding make up
  • Last minute breakouts needn’t freak you out (in case it happens, i.e.). A good concealer should do the job for you! Just stay calm and be prepared for the unexpected.
  • Be you! Keep the make-up simple. Aim at looking like the real, beautiful you. Go in for trials beforehand so that you know how the look makes you feel
  • On the wedding day, keep your make up to the last (though you might be tempted to do otherwise), pack a touch up kit to stay glowing throughout and most importantly – leave enough time so that you don’t have to hurry through your makeup.

Each girl is different. And so will be the hairstyle and the makeup that suits her. But no matter what you choose, we know you are going to shine bright on your special day. Have an awesome Lusaka wedding, beautiful!

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