Meols Hall Tithe Barn
Bouquet & Bells Wedding Planning
Meols Hall Tithe Barn
Bouquet & Bells Wedding Planning

Alison Stananought of Woodlands Aesthetic & Beauty Clinic tells us how to get Meghan Markle's radiant look

Alison Stananought of Woodlands Aesthetic & Beauty Clinic tells us how to get Meghan Markle's radiant look

Who doesn't want to look as radiant as Meghan Markle on their big day? We ask Alison Stananought of Woodlands Aesthetic & Beauty Clinic how we can achieve this look...

Our customers come to us with a multitude of skin concerns; not least brides who want to alleviate any complexion issues before they say “I do.” A common skin problem is acne – it's not just limited to teenagers. It's caused by hormones, which can be exasperated by stress – a recipe for disaster with the worries of wedding planning. For clean and clear skin we recommend taking action early. We offer a range of treatments and solutions that are tailored to individual clients depending on the condition and composition of their skin.

For those with lighter acne or clogged pores, we offer skin-resurfacing treatments. It's great for controlling existing and future break outs and brides can opt for regular facials in the run up to the big day.

There are also options available for people with more problematic skin. Don't worry, there won't be any red faces when you walk down the aisle, our experts will let you know the best course of action when it comes to timings.

My number one piece of advice is to plan ahead. It's never too early to pop in and see your beautician who can devise an action plan or course of treatments to get you big-day ready.

Visit, www.woodlandsbeauty.co.uk

 
 
 
Wedding party style tips from House of Colour

Wedding party style tips from House of Colour

You have chosen your wedding dress and your partner is well on their way to sourcing their attire, now...

 
We talk jewellery trends with Merseyside's Catheralls

We talk jewellery trends with Merseyside's Catheralls

We asked Merseyside's Catheralls jewellers what trends to expect for 2019.

 
I do, I do, do I?

I do, I do, do I?

Research by Mercure Hotels reveals what couples discuss when it comes to decision-making while planning a wedding.