A survey was conducted in the form of a quiz on a Stylist website. Here are some of the key findings of the survey:

Contrary to the popular belief, brides-to-be don't just want to flaunt a flat tummy or a fancy hairdo at their wedding. The study confirms that 43 percent of brides-to-be in the country want to highlight their eyes, followed by glowing skin (25 percent).

We all know how important a good haircut or style is. But brides-to-be, nowadays, pay equal attention to the kind of hairdo they will opt for on their big day. With 45 percent of the participants going for braided hairdos, it suggests that it is one of the sought-after hair styles for the wedding day.

As many as 25 percent women went for classic chignon. Poker straight layers were last on the list with a meagre three percent.

The most essential on the list of pre-bridal activities for brides-to-be is "get the glow back on my face" at a striking 41 percent, and "losing weight" at a 22 percent.


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