On the most important day of a bride's life, the only person who can create a hairstyle of her dreams is her hairdresser. These beautiful looks explain a comprehensive bridal hair and beauty service from a hairdressers' point of view; now available to the bride herself. Now you can choose your dress, Head dress and flowers to co-ordinate with a style that suits your hair type and texture.
Believe us, you can not start planning your wedding too soon, especially when it comes to hair and beauty. To watch your beautiful best of your great day, plan all your hair and beauty routines well in advance - not the ground now, make sure that every minute counts, so you can be relaxed in the knowledge you are looking simply divine when it really matters.
If You have Came to known an year in advance you have a lot of time to prepare, so start from today
Begin by good habits. Wash your hair with the right shampoo formulated for your hair, then rinse it with conditioner, if necessary. You should always apply conditioner to the old, dry ends of the long hair, but not on the oily roots, as this only make it limp.
Make sure that your hair trimmed regularly to prevent split ends and avoid overusing heated appliances and aids styling.
If your hair is chemically treated, the special care to wash them with appropriate with shampoo and conditioner to achieve and maintain your hair in good condition.
If you have six months go accordingly
Visit your hairdresser for a general chat about your hair and what you want to achieve. If you need to grow out a fringe or a perm, this gives you plenty of time. Discuss any radical changes of style and go for it now so that there's still plenty of time to limit damage if you then decide its really not you. Your Wedding is not the time to try out a completely new style or a new hairdresser unless he or she comes tried and tested and highly recommended by a friend you trust. But do you trust any friend that much?
If you have only Three months left
You should have ordered your dress by now, so you will know the shape and style. Get together with your hairdresser for an in-depth consultation about your style options. Don't feel you have to grow your hair and abandon all visits to the salon, it simply won't work.
Concentrate instead on the looks you can create with your length of hair. Take time to discuss any changes of colour. If you've never tried this before, use a colour-enhancing wash-in/wash-out variety to see if it suits you first, as any drastic changes of colour should be approached with caution. (Try Laboratoires Garnier Movida Easy-Cream, which works in 15 minutes and lasts 4-6 weeks. If you do use a permanent colour, apply this a couple of weeks before the Wedding so you won't have any root re-growth.)
Now for what to do at what time
The session is to run your hairdresser lets you know if you want him or her wedding dress, hairstyle that suits you and your suggestions, and whether mokseon. Make sure you get your head with your brother, if you do not forget to wear a veil and, if so, whether the plan off the reception, this is the style of your building and how it affects how you look behind the scenes.
Two to Three Weeks
Have any colour treatments done now and if you are having a perm, give it time to drop before the big day. Whatever your style, have a trim to sharpen up the shape.
Wash your hair the night before your wedding - freshly washed hair is hard to work with especially if you intend to put it up.
On the Day
Don't be afraid to use styling products - if you're having a very structured or complicated hairstyle, its a good idea to get someone to carry a small can of hairspray so you can keep your hair under control at the merest hint of wind.