As the number of coronavirus cases are on the rise, panic has ensued across the globe. While the coronavirus pandemic has affected the global economies, the wedding industry too has faced major losses. Couples across the world have had to postpone their wedding and if you too have had to go through something like that, we feel you. It can be stressful and off-putting and to put your worries to rest, we've got 7 ways you can use this time to pamper yourself.
So, instead of focusing on the (very long) list of things that you can’t do, we are here to suggest some things that you can do.
When you exercise, your body releases endorphins that trigger a positive feeling in your body. Also, who doesn't want to be their best version on the wedding day?! If the treadmill is not your thing, you can pick a dance routine that'll not only give your body a good workout but will also elevate your mood instantly. You can also download the POPxo App on Android and iOS and check out our daily live fitness sessions!
Did you buy the jade rollers and never really used them? Well, this is the perfect opportunity to take out all your skincare stash and put it to use. If you haven’t already, we suggest you start with a fixed skincare routine. Also, now that you have a lot of spare time, why not treat your skin with a great DIY face mask?
Sometimes doing nothing also helps. We bet you've been extremely busy planning your wedding so take this time to just sit back, relax and binge-watch your fave show!
Missing your pre-bridal treatments? Well, it's time to put those kitchen ingredients to good use and treat yourself to a nice hair and body spa at home. From an easy sugar and lemon body scrub to the good ol' egg to nourish your hair... Your naani ke nuskhe might actually be better than the salon treatments. To know how you can give yourself a hair and body spa at home, click here.
It is very difficult for all of us to not meet our squad for so many days but video calls are a saviour. So, download Housie or Ludo and organise a gaming night with your girl gang. Trust us, it’s a lot more fun than it sounds.
Believe it or not, but sometimes cooking can be therapeutic. And this is coming from a person who hates to cook, so you really gotta trust me here. Try a recipe you’ve been wanting to for a long time.
Make the most of this lockdown period and spend quality time with your family. You can watch a series together or play some board games while you sip that evening chai.
Get going, brides-to-be. Stay home, stay safe and give yourself lots of TLC.
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