8 THINGS EVERY BRIDE NEEDS TO CONSIDER ABOUT HER WEDDING HAIR
On one of the biggest days of your life, the last thing you want is your curls dropping or your bun coming loose, here are 8 things you should consider about your wedding hair!
CONSIDER THE DRESS
When deciding on your wedding hair one of the critical factors you should consider is the style of your dress. Do you want to show off the back, does it have a high neckline, is it strapless, the details in the dress will help you determine if you should have your hair up or down. You want your hair to complement your dress not take away from it.
YOUR DREAM HAIR
Create a Pinterest board of your wedding hair dreams, filter through and choose 3-4 images to show your hairstylist. This will avoid any miscommunications between you and the hairstylist, as you know we all have different interpretations of a loose bun. Start creating your dream board now!
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
Don’t take the risk, have a trial. This can ensure your hair is exactly what you want, making any necessary changes before the big day. It will also allow you to have a test run, will your hair last all day. Some brides require more than one trial so allow plenty of time before your big day. Book your trial now.
RAIN, HAIL OR SUNSHINE
Question “will this hairstyle last rain, hail or shine?” The last thing you want is your Hollywood curls to be soggy and straight by the end of your night! Consider putting your hair up when it’s raining to avoid a hair disaster.
TO VEIL OR NOT TO VEIL
Your veil needs an anchor point, you don’t want your veil flying off mid-ceremony! Ensure you let your hairdresser know if you are wearing a veil so they can create an anchor point in your hairstyle.
START WITH A BLANK CANVAS
Book a Blowwave the day before from your hairstylist, this way they can prep your hair with the correct products without weighing the hair down. It will also mean less frizz and a longer-lasting, flawless hairstyle.
EMERGENCY HAIR KIT
You never know when you might need a bobby pin! Pack a mini hair kit in case of emergency.
Things to pack in your hair kit
- Bobby pins to match your hair colour
- Mini hairspray
- A comb or hairbrush
- Clear elastic bands
- Compact mirror
JUST BE YOU
You have to be comfortable and confident, don’t try something different because someone said so. remember it’s your wedding day – It only happens once in your life.
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