Summer can take its toll on our skin and hair, with our tans slowly fading and our skin feeling dry from air conditioning, chlorine and too much sun – it’s time to get back your glow.
Sitting in air-conditioned rooms and planes absorbs the skins natural moisture leaving it feeling dry and parched and it can be particularly detrimental to those who have skin conditions such as eczema, rosacea or psoriasis. However, giving your skin a little TLC with some carefully selected skin saviors will bring your complexion back from the brink, leaving it looking healthy and glowing again.
Vows and Venues talks to Inmaculada García about wedding dresses and everything a bride should know for 2018
Q - When did you set up you label and what prompted you to do so?
I began fashion design studies at sixteen and opened my first boutique five years later where I started designing and producing handmade wedding dresses. I have also been producing under my own exclusive “Inmaculada García” brand, participating in shows and bridal exhibitions with my wedding creations ever since.
Q - Can you tell us a little bit about your design background?
Inmaculada García is synonymous for elegant and feminine designs paired with freshness and sublime originality.
WEDDINGS can be the best, but most expensive, celebration of your life and it’s important you get the balance right to ensure you enjoy your big day.
The cost of UK weddings have reached an all time high, with the average spend coming in at £27,000 and figures in London topping £38,000*. The cost of getting hitched may be increasing year by year, but there are simple ways to tackle money worries in the run up to your nuptials. The personal finance experts Moneyguru.com are here with some words of wisdom to make sure you’re welling up for all the right reasons.
Here are five ways to cut down on costs, and still achieve the ultimate fairytale wedding:
1. The Proposal