(Closed) staying cool…literally. AKA: how not to sweat like a man, melt, or faint.

posted 11 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
2249 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2020

so my dry trick is pantyliners but as far as keeping cool maybe get a sassy bridal fan and stay hydrated! Also *envionrment please forgive me* you could keep your car running and the ac on and stay in it whenever possible 🙂

Post # 4
390 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

I live in Missouri, so I understand!  It usually takes quite a bit for me to be hot, but when it happens, I do have some things I do to keep cool.  Depending on the setting, AC in the car, stay in the shade, use a battery powered fan (those smaller ones blow just enough to keep me cool without messing my hair), and sip/carry a really cold drink (drinking seems to keep me cool internally and keep my temp down, and carrying something cool that I can hold and put on my legs, neck, etc. works wonders for me externally).  I’m interested in hearing others tips so please share hive!

Post # 5
217 posts
Helper bee

I’m worried about my fiance and his guys in their jackets. EEKS! I heard putting ice cubes on your wrists will cool you off. Wouldn’t hurt to try I guess..

Post # 6
410 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I know someone that has a disorder where she sweats a lot and she has a pill that she takes to calm it down to a normal level.  You may check and see if there is something that would be safe for you to take that day and try it out before the big day. 

Post # 8
22 posts

That is a tough and sticky situation! Good luck! Try to stay in the shade during pictures!

Post # 9
110 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

Put icepacks/refridgerated fabric on the back of your neck.  Cooling off your neck makes the biggest difference in cooling down your body. 

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