Bridal Club Magazine
7 Great Hair Tips
This is one day on which you
want your hair to look wonderful, so we have seven suggestions to
help you achieve the 'look' that is perfect for you.
1. Plan well
ahead. It is a good idea to book your chosen hairdresser as soon as
you have chosen your wedding day. Arrange a one-hour
consultation with the hairdresser six weeks to two months before
the wedding to discuss your hair style and colour, that of the
bridesmaids and overall price.
2. Price is always a factor to consider. The more money
you have to spend, the more stylists can do with your hair.
But in saying that, hairdressers can style your hair whatever your
budget. This is the main reason a primary consultation is so
3. You and your hairdresser need a practice run before the big
day. Your stylist needs to get a feel for your hair, and it gives
you the opportunity to change anything you don't like. This
practice is usually just for the bride, not for the
...Don't try to colour your
4. If you are putting a colour through your hair, it is best to
get it done at least a fortnight before your wedding. (Take the
advice of your hairdresser.) Don't try to colour your hair at
home this time - that's just asking for trouble! Also, make
sure the colour complements any flowers you may wear in your hair,
your bouquet and any other
5. Choose a style
that will last for the entire day. Multiple ringlets and dozens of
flowers might look amazing as soon as it's done - but will it last
until the evening? Choose something simple but elegant.
Your stylist will help you with this.
6. Leave yourself plenty of time for the hairdresser on the
morning of your wedding. It normally takes one and a half to
two hours for the bride's hair, and three quarters of an hour each
for the bridesmaids. Again, your stylist will advise you on
7. If you live out of town, get the stylist to come out to your
home if at all possible. It may cost more but it takes
pressure off you, saves you driving and risking messing up your new