(Closed) Pre-Wedding Wrinkle Prevention: Do or Don't?

posted 8 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
470 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

@seharkness86:  I haven’t decided but I’m 27 and have a rather prominent frown line across my forehead that I have thought about having filled for the wedding. But I probably won’t just because I’m now so close and I’ve never done it before. I’m worried I won’t like the way it looks honestly. 

You’ve still got some time to at least explore your options. Congrats on the weight loss – that’s really awesome!


Post # 4
2585 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

@seharkness86:  get it! I just had Botox and decided to have my lips done and couldn’t be happier. I wish I had done this before my wedding.


Post # 5
205 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I am a lot older than you (46 at the time of my wedding). I had both Botox and fillers done and was happy with them. HOWEVER, I had had previous experience with both, so I knew what to expect. Find a reputable doctor, check references/yelp, etc. You may want to have a dry run with them now if you can afford it – what I have found is that one side of my forehead wrinkles more/faster than the other side, you can end up looking a little lopsided if you don’t know things like this so you can tell the doctor. Fillers can look weird when they are first in, they have to ‘settle’ a little. So get those a couple months out from your wedding and the botox about 3-4 weeks out. Good luck! And remember, you can add MORE filler but you can’t take it out, so go easy at first, you don’t want to look freakish.


Post # 6
453 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

I’m25, will be 26 when we get married. Same as you I spent far too much time in the son and have a 6minth old and 2 year old so I haven’t slept in a while. My family ages poorly, my aunt is 27 and has deep forehead lines so I know I’m not just being to hard in my self. I just got 20 units as I “trial” before my wedding. I’m really happy with it. No it’s not a noticeable change to other people but I feel like it will give me the added confidence of not stressing about facial expressions during my wedding photos. That I can look and acted totally natural and I won’t have wrinkles and expression lines on my weddings photos.

after our wedding I won’t continue for a couple years just because of the cost and will wait to do it just because til my 30’s

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