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Hair Guide for the Bride

Hair Checklist for the Bride

The mane event on your big day often begins as your bridal party, flower girls, and family join you in the salon for some all out dolling-up (and major bonding time!). Before you say I do, check out Spafinders tips on planning your perfect wedding hairstyle.

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Do Your Homework! You may love your current stylist, but not all hair professionals specialize in up-dos. Research hair stylists in your area who specialize in up-dos and hair for special events in order to get the chance to compare skills and prices.

More Investigation! While part of finding the perfect stylist for your wedding day do is working with someone who has input and creativity when it comes to potential ideas for the perfect hairstyle, it is also essential that you to have some ideas in mind. Flip through fashion, hair, and bridal magazines and collect photos of styles that you like on celebrities or other brides. Bring these photos to your stylist so that together, you can come up with a style that complements your look.

Try it on! Even if you can picture your ideal look in your mind, its best to try out the style several weeks before your big day. Make sure youre happy with the look youve selected so that your stylist can make any changes that you might want ahead of time.

Get Ready! About one week before the big day is a good time to take care of some general hair maintenance. This is the time to have a trim, touch up color, or have a conditioning treatment to ensure that your hair looks shiny and healthy!

Take it Easy, Girl! Once youve taken care of the details above, put any worries about your wedding day hair to rest and enjoy the exciting time leading up to your big day! See more bridal spa tips.

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