A tried-and-true wedding skincare routine (if you need one!)

A wedding skincare routine can be a quite a complex affair, if you're into that kind of thing (and it's totally okay not to be!). First, you have to try out the products long enough before you get married to ensure they don't react with your skin, and then you have to find the perfect blend for your skin.

This post is all about my wedding skincare routine. I wanted to achieve a dewy look without makeup, so I'd built my routine around it. Most of the products I have used are organic and/or natural. I'm also in the U.K. so these products are skewed towards products here, with U.S. versions listed as well. If you're getting married, it's always a safer bet to go for products that aren't too harsh on your skin.

Here are my favorite wedding skincare routine products…

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No dieting, no makeup, no shame: My anti-diet, equal opportunity, feminist wedding

I'm getting married this July, and like a lot of women, I'm getting increasingly excited and somewhat nervous about this. As someone who is all about equality, feminism, self-acceptance, and patriarchy smashing, there are a couple of things that my impending feminist, anti-diet wedding will not be about. For the sake of any other bride or groom or person who needs a reminder that you're going to do just fine, here it is…

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Why you can TOTALLY rock dark lipstick at your wedding

"I love dark, bold colors, but everyone keeps telling me that dark lips aren't a way to go." No dark lips at weddings?! I forgot that was even a thing way back when. Or is it still now? The only thing I have to say to that is fuck that noise. Dark lips are a thing in life, in photo shoots, and most definitely in weddings. Here's some primo dark wedding lipstick fodder to show to anyone who balks.