Patrick's Pub
Brenda & Co.
1896 House
Skyline Country Club
Celebrate at the Orchards
Morgan House
elle day spa
Williamstown Motel, one of the Berkshires outstanding lodging and motel values.
Visit Charland Jewelers Website
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
SPICE ROOT Restaurant is located on Spring Street in Williamstown, MA, adjacent to the Williams College campus, in the heart of downtown Williamstown.
Chocolate Springs
Crown Jewelers
Hair Express & Day Spa
Full service event tent rentals
Tailored Events
Supporting Radio Station
Red Lion Inn
We do weddings at a higher level.
Typical Tymes Video Production
Mazzeo's Ristorante
Jocelyn Vassos Photography
Transport the People
RJ Stohr
BerkSites - Berkshire Website Design
Visit the Berkshire Museum
Mad Jacks BBQ
Baba Louies Pizza Company
Mark Trembley Photography
Wedding Invitations
Lasting Images Photography
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The Importance Of Proper Skin Care

Taking care of your skin is always important but crucial when getting ready for the big day. As a new bride you may be inclined to try every skin care product on the market to create the perfect complexion for your wedding day. STOP! By altering your skin too much, your skin will be unsure on what your trying to accomplish and hence cause unwanted blemishes.

It is vitally important that you stop trying different regiments at least one and one half months before your wedding day. This gives your skin ample time to adjust to whatever skin care your using. When your selecting skin care, make sure that your read the ingredients on the back to ensure your skin won't have an allergic reaction. As well, the ingredients will indicate what the product does have. Any skin care that contains amino acids and botanicals are wonderful for your skin. They help prevent the process of aging. This is equally important if you're 25 or 45.

With the use of skin care that contains important ingredients like these mentioned, your skin has a chance to fight against things like the elements and sun damage. Wearing a moisturizer with SPF will help this skin protection as well. It is also essential that you select the proper skin care for your skin type. There are three different types of skin: normal/combination skin (dry in some areas and oily in others), dry skin, and oily or blemish prone skin. Finding your skin type is easy. If you generally have dry cheeks, but sometimes oily forehead and chin, you have combination skin. If your skin is always flaky and no moisturizer touches it you have dry skin. If your skin always feels slick and you use a whole pack of beauty blotters in one day, your skin is oily or blemish prone.

After you've selected your skin regiment, give your skin approximately two weeks to adjust to it. Sometimes with new products your skin may slightly break out. This is caused by the change in one product to the other. If within two weeks your regiment isn't working, seek other measurements but be sure to pay attention to the ingredients. Remember when when selecting your skin care, don't just run out to the drug store and buy the first thing that looks good. You only get what you pay for. Carefully research the product thoroughly before you purchase it. Having radiant skin on your wedding day is a must but you shouldn't have to suffer trying to achieve it.

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Wedding Tip #22
If you plan to color or cut your hair prior to the wedding, do so 2 weeks BEFORE to avoid last minute potential issues.
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Member Testimonials

Jerrid and Diane, Thank you so much for all your help throughout my wedding process. You guys are amazing! We would also like to thank you for your help in making our men look amazing! Awesome tuxes! Thanks again!

Tim and Lindsay Sayers, May 2012

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