3 Top Tips to Beautiful Wedding Hair

Once you have chosen your hair stylist it is also very important to make sure that your hair is in tip-top condition before your big day.

Here are 3 crucial hair tips for the lead up to the wedding

1. The Last Cut

If you are planning on having a fairly drastic cut before your big day, ensure that it is done prior to your trial so your stylist knows how your hair will be on the day, otherwise you may find that the hairstyle that you fell in love with may not work.

See related article – Advice on your wedding hair and makeup trial 

It’s a good idea to leave your absolute final cut to about a week before the bid day but follow the advice of your stylist. The most important thing to remember is to keep the length you need for the style you’ve chosen and just have a clean-up of the ends and not a full cut.

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2. The final dye

Hair colour should be done with enough time to correct any mistakes or to give yourself time to get used to a colour change. We suggest not going to dramatic in the months leading up to the wedding.

If you’re comfortable with your colour and you’re getting the same treatment you normally get then just do your colour touch-ups closer to your wedding day.

Very Important: If you’re having your hair up (up-do) and you normally get highlights, ensure you get the entire head done as your hair will look two toned when it is up at the back.

3. Hair masks and treatments

Don’t try anything new too close to your wedding day this is not a time to experiment. Your hair will be easier to style if it is more coarse and not over conditioned, so don’t over do it. (I know this goes against everything you would do normally).

In summary:

Don’t try anything too drastic in the weeks leading up to your wedding, just in case you are not happy with the results. You will have enough to worry about in those weeks, the last thing you want to do is have to ‘correct’ any hair dramas.

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