mailife - - Contents - Wed­ding Hair

Frizzy or flat – that’s what can hap­pen to hair in the Fiji cli­mate, one of the coun­try’s most ex­pe­ri­enced hair­dressers warns. “My ad­vice to brides is NOT to wear their hair out, but to have it done up, in a style that takes it up off the back of the neck,” she sug­gests. The other piece of ad­vice she gives is to have the hair done early and to be on time for the ap­point­ment, or run the risk of run­ning late for the wed­ding. It is also im­por­tant, she said, to have a trial hair-do with the cho­sen hair­dresser be­fore the wed­ding, to be sure it suits or be able to re­quest changes. Take into ac­count what­ever veil, head­wear or flow­ers are part of the bridal out­fit so the hair­style can ac­com­mo­date them. There are now many hair­dressers who spe­cialise in bridal hair­dress­ing, most of them known to the re­sorts that of­fer wed­ding pack­ages for both lo­cal and over­seas cou­ples. They will usu­ally go to the bridal party’s lo­ca­tion, at their homes or ho­tels, rather than re­quire them to go to a sa­lon. The hair­dresser will of­ten also do the make-up with the cos­met­ics of choice for the bridal party. The make-up, too, should be tried out be­fore the wed­ding day. Most brides want to look spe­cial, not like some­body they’ve never seen be­fore.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Fiji

© PressReader. All rights reserved.