Weddings sometimes can be daunting, the planning preparations as well as the budgeting can put you and your partner under a lot of pressure. weddings invariable can lead to arguments and frictions of who's invited and who's not. Here's some advice for your wedding hair, first thing is enjoy it its your day and you and your bridesmaid should look to be having a good time.
Arrange a trial with your hairdresser this is the first thing to do and any self respecting hair dresser will require that you attend a trial before your big day. For bridesmaids they should have hair and this is no disrespect should have hair in keeping the bride your hairdresser can advise on the correct put-up styles. The trial gives an indication of time so once complete and you are happy with it you must stick with it on the day because the chances are your hairdresser will have arranged enough time to perform these particular put-up styles for you
Bridal hair is a specialist undertaking and requires that a hairdresser can make and perform put ups. Put ups are up do hair do's that can require a mixture of adding volume into the hair prior to plating or curling the hair and using pins adding possible clips or pieces to get the required look.
Before choosing your hair dresser a good tip is to go on word of mouth recommendations. Perhaps from friends or family or use your regular hairdresser there no one who will know your hair better if they have styled and coloured and cut it for a number of years. This is where try not to look for the cheapest or the most expensive as things need to go without a hitch.
I cannot stress how important planning is trials need to be completed with yourself and bridesmaid well in advance and take into account if your hairdresser is a good one chances are they will be very busy. So book and secure there services well in advance.
Some hairdressers and salons will attend the morning of your wedding at the place of your ceremony. This may cost more but dependent on your circumstances may be a more appealing option for you. It may provide the conveince if you don't have everybody to hand at the time. I would advise not to use this through as a fail safe ie. that if not everyone can attend your chosen salon this is used as a solution. Your hairdresser will work closely on time and your time allocated maybe that they must attend another wedding or other clients close to your allocated time the key here is communication between you and salon securing with a deposit and keeping your hairdresser informed and also asking your hair dresser to keep you informed with any changes to details.
I am sure you have looked through particular styles and magazines and have a good idea what you require. Theres many sources of ideas all around the Internet magazines bridal brochures for inspiration. Your hairdresser can also advise here the shape of your dress its design will all have an effect on the look of your hair the colour your tiara or no tiara flowers and colours to match the bouquets. It sound daunting but in fact try to make it enjoyable break each task down into stages to make things easier and get pleasure from the style and look you want to create to really enjoy your day, above all feel confident and satisfied when the days is complete