The dress is sorted, the venue lo­cated, the guest list fi­nalised…but how about your hair? Of­ten the last piece of the wed­ding pic­ture to be con­sid­ered, but it will pay div­i­dends and give you more choices, if you start to con­sider your big day hair well in

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Keep your hair in tip top con­di­tion by in­vest­ing in a pro­fes­sional deep con­di­tion­ing treat­ment. At­tend your salon for reg­u­lar trims—you may be grow­ing your hair for the big day, but make sure you don’t leave it longer than 12 weeks for a tidy up to get rid of split ends. This will en­sure that the grow­ing hair is healthy. Book your wed­ding day ap­point­ment now, to­gether with the rest of the bridal party and the mother of the bride at the same time. Now is the time to start think­ing about style! Book in to see your hair­dresser for a trial six to eight weeks be­fore your wed­ding day. Make sure you bring all your ac­ces­sories with you and chat to your hair­dresser about how you will be wear­ing your make-up. Don’t be dis­heart­ened if the style you thought was go­ing to be per­fect doesn’t feel right – that’s why we call it a trial! We rec­om­mend mak­ing sure you book ex­tra time—leav­ing lots of room for trial and er­ror. Pop in for your last colour and cut ap­point­ment about two weeks be­fore your weed­ing day as many peo­ple like a more “lived in” feel­ing. A cut is im­por­tant, es­pe­cially if you are go­ing to the sun on hon­ey­moon soon af­ter. Let your stylist know if you are plan­ning to bring your pho­tog­ra­pher with you. Check that all the ap­point­ments are cor­rect – es­pe­cially for the wed­ding party. Your stylist wants your wed­ding day to go smoothly, and this won’t hap­pen if ex­tra work is sprung on them!

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