There are several factors which can influence your wedding hairstyle: your venue, theme, whether you are wearing a veil, headpiece etc, but right from the basic’s it’s good to understand what style actually suits your face shape.
So what is my face shape?
Using the chat below by Chic Factor Gazette you can you work out what face shape you are and I’ll run through some of the beautiful styles that work with that shape.
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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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Having a hair and makeup trial is essential to your wedding preparation. Do not just rely on the fact that you may know someone well, or use them regularly, because your wedding is a very different ‘event’ and your hair and makeup needs to suit your dress, venue and theme.
In most cases it is reasonable to have the trial 3-4 weeks before the wedding.
If you are slightly concerned about the person, or are still deciding between several people, I recommend that you schedule in the trial as soon as possible so there is enough time to find someone else.
How much and how long should the trial be?
The average cost for a trial run is about £150 and the H&M artist should dedicate at least 3 hours to you on that day.
Should I bring anything with me to the trial?