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
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!