Bridal Beauty Timeline: 12 Months to Gorgeous Skin


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Wear a Mask
Coping with oily skin might seem like an uphill battle, but you can wage war with a clay face mask.
Coping with oily skin might seem like an uphill battle, but you can wage war with a clay face mask.
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While masks shouldn't replace your daily cleansing routine, wearing one regularly can improve your complexion. Masks melt hard sebum that resides deep in your pores, removing grit and grime that most daily skincare products are unable to do.

Those with oily skin should wear a mask every other day to remove oil and dirt, while those with dry skin should wear a mask sparingly -- just once or twice a month. Even though masks work well with most skin types, don't wait until right before the wedding to try one for the first time -- there is a small chance that you could have an allergic reaction!