Pro Hair Stylist Kristy Post says,
“Book your trial a couple of months in advance with your hair stylist. Also, be prepared to bring hair inspiration photos along with a picture and/or description of your wedding dress. You should consider your hair texture, length, and your everyday go-to style when deciding your final look.”
PICK A STYLE//
Our pro says,
“If you wear your hair down all the time, you may not feel comfortable with an up-do swept away from your face.”
Your wedding day hair should compliment your natural beauty and enhance your features. Kristy encourages, “Comfort is key.”
FIND A STYLIST//
Also, remember that every hair stylist does not do up-style/wedding hair, so ask in advance or ask for a recommendation. Another option is to ask family and friends for referrals.
Kristy Post says it’s important to remember,
“Trials are for trying different styles and playing with different looks until you fall in love with one.”
CARE FOR YOUR HAIR//
Keeping your hair healthy during the months leading up to your wedding is imperative.
KRISTY POST'S THREE TIPS ON PRE-WEDDING HAIR UPKEEP//
1. Trimming the dead-ends every 6-8 weeks will prevent splitting and breakage.
2. Also, if you’re unfamiliar with glaze, ask your stylist for more information. Glazes boost dull, drab hair while adding shine. There are clear glazes or tinted ones to keep your color fresh and full of life. Glazes are my favorite way to vamp up hair.
3. Also, if you are a blonde or looking to lighten your hair worry-free without damage or breakage, Olaplex is insurance for the hair and will rebuild broken hair. It will strengthen your strands so that any lightening process is healthy.”
Don’t miss our next post on Styling the Bride Blog:
“Bridal Hair Tips from a Pro | Part 2″