Bridal Hair Tips and Advice
Since your wedding day is supposed to be the best day of your life its only natural to want to look the best that you possible can. After all, hopefully, wonít need a second chance! So here are some tips to help your day go off without a hitch.
Plan your wedding, hairstyle, make-up and dress well in advance. These 4 things must all work together and you donít want to find out a the last minute that something conflicts with something else. Donít wear too much make up and make sure that the colour scheme match with your attire.
Choose your hairstyle before you choose your head dress or your veil. When you have chosen a head dress or veil to match your hairstyle, try it out!
Make sure that you or your hairdresser is happy and comfortable with the arrangement. A few practices will show up any flaws in your plans and get everyone at ease for the big day.
Your hair style. Donít think of your current style as a starting block for your wedding style. By adding hair extensions or a hair piece you can add volume and length and completely change your look. The beauty of a one off hair style is that you can go to much more effort than you would if you had to do it every day.
Also think about your wedding dress and try to match its style. The degree of formality of your dress should be matched by your hairstyle.
Take care of your hair! You should already be doing this anyway, but if your hair is in poor condition then it can take 6 months to bring it back to full condition so you canít start too soon. Visit our online store to check out products that can help you here or visit your hairdresser and ask their advice. If you wish to colour your hair then you might want to consider conditioners etc that will replenish any moisture/condition lost to the colouring process.
If you colour your hair, then you should have it touched up 2 weeks before your wedding to make sure that any roots are concealed. This would also be a good time for a final trim.
Your style should not be too bold or modern unless you really want this. A contemporary style is tried and tested and you wonít have to worry about looking foolish.
Make sure that all the products that you are going to use on the day of your wedding have all been used by you before. This is not a good time to find out that you are allergic to some of your chosen products. This can be avoided if you have a few dry runs first as suggested earlier.
Donít wash your hair on the day of your wedding or the night before. You hair is better when itís settled down so try and wash it at least 24 hours before the time of the wedding.
A good tip is to invite your hairdresser to your wedding! They can keep an eye on your style and be available for any quick fixes that you might need. (Itís probably better not to tell them this!)
Most important rule is to relax and enjoy yourselves. This should be the best day of your life so once you have finished the preparations sit back and enjoy.
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