It’s the most im­por­tant hair­style you’ll ever wear. Here’s what to ex­pect from your bridal hair ses­sion with your sylist and the dos and don’ts of preparing for it…

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Some hair­dressers spe­cialise in up­dos and bridal hair. Don’t al­ways as­sume that book­ing your usual stylist will en­sure the best look. They may be able to give you your usual trim and root touch-up, but can they cre­ate a work of art? Do your re­search and look on­line for rec­om­mended bridal hair ex­perts in your area, or get re­fer­rals from re­cently mar­ried friends. Hair terms like “large bun”, “soft waves” and “chic” mean dif­fer­ent things to dif­fer­ent peo­ple. It makes things really dif­fi­cult for your stylist if you don’t bring pic­tures of the looks you have in mind. Bring im­agery – lots of it! Tak­ing a few pieces of hair out of an updo can really sofen and flat­ter the face, but don’t go over­board by hav­ing too many or wear­ing them too long… you want to look beau­ti­ful… not like a 90s throw­back! Whether your big day dress fea­tures a sweet­heart neck­line, a one shoul­der style or full length lace sleeves – bear all of this in mind when de­cid­ing on your hair­style. You don’t want to opt for some­thing that cov­ers up or de­tracts from the most im­por­tant gar­ment you’ll ever wear!

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