Strapless Bride: The Secrets to a Wedding-Ready Décolletage

Bride on an indoor photoshootAs a bride-to-be, picking the perfect wedding dress is one of the most exciting things about the grand event. You see a beautiful pearl-white strapless gown in a wedding dress shop in Bromley that you are sure you want to buy but what’s stopping you from doing so are your worries about your décolletage.

Victoria Beckham and Kate Beckinsale have chiselled collarbones and flawless necks, making you wonder if going strapless is a suitable choice. Don’t be too hard on yourself – there are ways in which you can achieve the décolletage you’re dreaming of before your wedding day.

1. Treatments

There are times that the upper chest area and the shoulders can reveal your age more than your face. In the UK, several non-surgical regenerative treatments target fine lines and wrinkles to give your skin a revival with no knives or blood in sight.

2. Skincare Routine

The same way you moisturise your face, it’s as important to care for your neck and chest. Since it’s exposed skin, it’s also as weather-sensitive as your cheeks. Make sure to lather a moisturising lotion all over your décolletage before you go to bed and apply sunscreen in the same area before you leave the house in the morning.

3. Contours and Highlights

Kim Kardashian is famous for knowing how to enhance her physique with the power of makeup. Even makeup artist Joseph Carillo says it’s easy to achieve a gorgeous cleavage with just a sculpting palette if you’re looking for a quick fix. After you moisturise your décolletage, apply a cream contour shade over and under the clavicles, above the breasts, and onto the inner curves of your breasts. Then use a highlighting shade over the unshaded parts. Go over the skin with a paddle brush to blend everything well.

Do know that not a lot of people are born with perfect necks and shoulders. Do these three things, and your décolletage will be wedding-ready in no time.