You want to look nothing short of amazing on your wedding day. After all, you\u2019ve spent so much time planning every aspect of your big day, right? Wondering how you can avoid having pictures you\u2019ll hate looking back on? Here\u2019s a list of things you should certainly avoid doing.\r\n\r\n\tDon\u2019t experiment the day before. Any products you try or new beauty treatments you\u2019re considering shouldn\u2019t get the trial run on the day before your wedding. That\u2019s as true with self-tanning sprays as it is with new colors for your lips. This is not an experiment. It\u2019s a wedding, so stick to what you know. Leave the trial run for a few months before the wedding.\r\n\tDon\u2019t get a facial within a week before your wedding. While facials can leave beautiful results, they can also leave inflammation, redness, and breakouts behind. You should also avoid having serious procedures like chemical peels and breakouts less than two months before your wedding.\r\n\tDon\u2019t do any last minute waxing. Waxing is a great way to get rid of that unwanted hair, but it can also lead to ripped skin and irritation. If you want a good wax, that\u2019s great, but make certain that you do it at least a week or two prior to your wedding day, and be sure you actually use a salon you\u2019ve worked with in the past.\r\n\tDon\u2019t color your own hair. If you\u2019ve colored your hair on your own in the past, this still applies to you. Disaster can strike at any time, and you certainly don\u2019t want it to hit three days before your wedding. Go with a professional job for something as big as this.\r\n\tDon\u2019t go out drinking the night before your wedding. Your eyes will be swollen and your skin will look terrible on your big day. Instead, drink a liter of water every single day for a week leading up to your wedding. You\u2019ll look brighter and clearer on the big day.\r\n\tDon\u2019t try to cover your own tattoos. You don\u2019t have to cover your tattoos at all, particularly if they\u2019re meaningful to the two of you. If you do decide to go ahead and cover them, talk about it with a professional makeup artist first, as you need to make certain you have the right product for a job like that.\r\n\tDon\u2019t choose makeup that doesn\u2019t look like you. If you\u2019re having your makeup done by a professional, or even if you\u2019re handling your makeup on your own, you need to make sure it\u2019s a good version of you, not a look that isn\u2019t you. After all, you\u2019re wedding day should be about the best you, right?\r\n\tDon\u2019t use special hair treatments just before your wedding day. Even if you\u2019re thinking about using something like a deep conditioner, you could end up with hair that is too soft, too slick, or too damaged to style. It may also make it harder for your hair to hold onto the style once it\u2019s in.\r\n\tDon\u2019t wash your hair the night before your wedding. If your stylist doesn\u2019t request it, don\u2019t. Most stylists will tell you that hair that hasn\u2019t been washed for a day or two is far easier to style.\r\n\tDon\u2019t wait until your wedding day to have that big manicure. You\u2019re going to be in a rush that day, and that could mean your nails get smudged. Your best bet is to have it done the day prior to your wedding.\r\n\r\nAuthor Bio:\r\n\r\nSarah is a writer who enjoys helping brides look their best on their wedding day. She also regularly contributes to the Wedding Favors Unlimited blog, put on by www.weddingfavorsunlimited.com. See more of their articles by following them on Twitter.