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Wedding is a special day for brides. The dress is important and so is the hair. Modern brides spend hours on the web in search of hairstyle for their big day. There are many things to consider before settling on a hairstyle. For instance, "should you hire a professional hairstylist?" or "When you start planning?" The purpose of this card is to address those concerns.
1. Unless you're extremely confident and good with doing your own hair, hire a professional.
2. Plan out your hair with your stylist at least 3 months prior to your wedding. This will give your hairstylist enough time to suit your needs. If you're doing your own hair, practice, practice, practice!
3. Most hairstylist offer a "trial run" to envision the hairstyle on your hair. So, take this opportunity to tell the stylist what you want to adjust.
4. Make sure you bring your veil and other accessories (i.e. jewelry) to your hair trial. This will ensure every detail compliments your hair.
5. Do a deep conditioning hair mask every week 1 month prior your wedding day. This will revive your dry ends and ensure your hair is in the best condition. Note: You might want to trim your hair before doing this.
6. Talk to your stylist if your hair needs to be "dirty" (not shampooed for 2-3 days) for better effect. If you're doing your own hair, some styles might look better with unwashed hair, so test it out! Use dry shampoo if needed.
7. For outdoor weddings, you should use hairspray to hold your style together. You might want to carry a mini spray with you for extra hold or even a quick fix.
I hope this was helpful and if you have any questions, please drop me a message or leave a comment below.
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Agree with point #1 but if you have a friend who's talented at doing hair, you can save money!