Wedding Hair Trial Tips
On one of your most documented days, anything less than perfect just will NOT do! For that reason, we’ve put together our tips for getting the most out of your Wedding Hair Trial.
WEDDING HAIR TRIAL TIPS
1. Book your trial 3 months before the big day
We recommend you book your trial at least three months in advance of your wedding. The more time you allow the better your hair can be prepared in the lead to your wedding day e.g grow a couple inches, update your colour and/or have some much deserved treatments. Healthy hair equals fabulous hair!
2. Have on open mind
Research what styles you like before your trial but, bear in mind, you may walk out of the salon with a totally different style and love it! Let your stylist make suggestions.
3. Choose your dress
You hair is meant to compliment your dress so bring photos of the gown – front and back. Let your stylist know if you’re wearing a veil, if you have purchased accessories, or if your undecided about either, again ask your stylist for suggestions. We are the experts and will help in any way possible.
4. Take photos
Having photos of your hair trial will be invaluable to you later on when choosing accessories.
5. Schedule your hair and make up trials for the same day
This gives you a great idea of how your whole look will come together on the day and allows you to tweak anything that just doesn’t work. Our resident makeup expert, Linda Lafferty, works closly with our hairdressers to ensure a seamless look.
6. Ask advice
You are investing a lot of time and money into your look for this day so use your stylists knowledge and experience to your advantage – you don’t want your hair to be the one thing that lets you down. Your expert stylist is there to guide you and make you feel like the best version of you and rightly so, you deserve it!
Our dedicated bridal team has one main commitment when looking after any bride- To make her hair look absolutely flawless. We strongly believe that in order to achieve an amazing finished result, it boils down to one thing- how it makes you feel.