On your wedding day you want to look your best - you are the one on display, you want to look different and good for the photos, but still look like yourself not someone else. You don't want to look pale against your dress, but you still want to look natural. And with so much to do, it may be difficult to fit in routine maintenance like hair removal and you certainly won't want to be doing it while you are on honeymoon!

Here at Beechwood Beauty Devizes, we can provide expert advice on which treatments will suit you best to prepare you for your wedding day and honeymoon.

The make-up we use and sell at Beechwood Beauty is Jane Iredale's Pure Mineral Make-up, which provides a natural look, does not block pores and there is minimal allergy risk. All qualities you want on your wedding day! We can do your make-up for you here at the salon, or you may prefer a make-up lesson and to do it yourself on the day.

To enhance fair brows or give your eyelashes more definition, we can tint eyebrows and eyelashes. While a Fake Bake GOLD treatment will help you not look too pale against your dress. Fake Bake GOLD helps you achieve an even, golden self-tan, working with the melanin in your skin, so you will still look natural. The body exfoliation which is included will also prepare your skin for the sun on your honeymoon.

Your hands will also be on display, so treating them to a manicure is a good idea. Add the finishing touch with one of CND Vinylux™'s beautiful colours, highly durable so should ensure no chipping or scratching. Or as many brides do, choose a French polish.

...and not forgetting your toes, how about Shellac the great hybrid nail colour, which goes on like varnish, wears flawlessly and lasts for 14 days - ideal for your honeymoon!

Prior to the wedding day you can ensure all your routine maintenance, such as hair removal is out of the way. The revolutionary waxing system used at Beechwood Beauty, means you can have silky smooth, hair-free skin for 3-6 weeks. Alternatively, if required, we can advise you on a course of electrolysis.