3 Rules For Wedding Hair
Okay, let’s be honest.Who doesn’t love a good hair day? You’re probably feeling like your wedding hair style is just as important as the dress, the make up, and the bouquet even if nobody seems to understand. I get it. It’s part of your “look” and you’re going to have these pictures forever. Well, before we get too far into this discussion, take a look at some of my wedding hair rules before you make your decision.
Put a haircut on your calendar. Don’t wait until the day before the wedding to get your hair cut. Not that anything will go wrong, (fingers crossed!) but in case it does, you need time to let it grow. Also, sometimes a fresh cut may look too freshly cut for the look you’re trying to create for your wedding day. I suggest 2 – 3 weeks before the wedding is ideal timing for your last haircut as a single person.
Bring a picture of yourself. Whether you’re wearing two dresses, a blouse, or one gown all day, show your stylist pictures of yourself in your outfit during your trial. He or she will be able to guide you on what types of hairstyles will look best with your neckline and/or veil.
Pick something you’re comfortable with. I can’t stress this one enough. If you’ve never straightened your hair before, don’t go and get it permanently straightened before the wedding. The last thing you want is to look back on your photos and not recognize yourself. The other important part is to make sure you speak up if you don’t like what your stylist did. Your happiness on your wedding day is your number one priority and bad wedding hair shouldn’t take away from that!
Creating your wedding day look is about what makes you happy. So remember that and relax. I know you’re bound to be a stunning bride!