Wedding Day Hair

by Jessica Wright
(last updated April 29, 2016)

Your hair and hair color can enhance the look that you want to achieve. You really want to have your wedding hairstyle, wedding dress, the type of wedding and where the wedding is going to be complimenting each other. To achieve this there has to be some planning.

First you need to consult with your hair stylists. The first visit with your stylist you need to be prepared to go over some of the ideas that you have in mind for your hair. If you have pictures of the hairdo that you have in mind bring them with you. .

If you are getting married near your stylist then you will want to be sure that she will have time for you on your wedding day. Schedule your appointment for your wedding day so that you can be sure she will be available for any last minute adjustments to your hair.

When a wedding is planned at a different location that isn't nearby then you will need to consider a simpler hairdo. Consider something that will be easy for you to do.

This is the time to consult with your hair stylist on what style you want for your day. You will want something that feels like it is you. The best thing is to think about all the different ways that you have worn your hair before and then decide on the style that you liked best. When discussing this with your hair stylist, she may have some ideas that could make your favorite style be a little more special for the day. This could be done by simply adding some jewels or flowers to your hair that day.

If you want a new hairstyle, than now is the time to try it. By trying the new style early you have time to do something different if you don't like the way it looks.

If you are going to have your hair colored or highlighted you will want to be prepared to have it done on this first visit. This will give you and the stylist time to see if the color is really what you want. By having the color done several months in advance you will have time to get the color just right.

To avoid any last-minute stresses, plan on visiting your hair stylist about two weeks before the actual day for hair maintenance. This would include cutting, trimming, perms, or touch-up on hair color.

Author Bio

Jessica Wright

Jessica is a communications major studying for her masters and working full time. Growing up in a household of girls, she learned young the fun of trying new beauty ideas. Jessica enjoys playing the piano, dating, and having a good time with family and friends. ...

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