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Have a Good Hair Day
We've all heard about the dreaded "bad hair day". And it's something you don't want especially on your wedding day. So, how do you avoid a potential disaster and make sure it's a good hair day?
Be Faithful to Your Style
Don’t feel pressed by the fashion trends. Choose a hairstyle you will feel comfortable with and that you know works for you.
The Right Shape
Imagine the way you would like to look like. Prepare photos of your favorite hairstyles before to go to your stylist. Explain exactly what you want if it doesn’t match the photos one hundred percent.
Suitable for the Dress
Your hairstyle must complement the gown, not compete with it. Buy the dress first and then start choosing the hairstyle. Its formality should dictate the direction you go with your hair. It would be a good idea to show your stylist photos of your dress and discuss the options and looks together.
Try it Out
If the style you are considering is a departure from your normal look or a style you never tried before, book an appointment with your stylist to try out the style. It is essential to do it because if you aren’t happy with the result, you will have time to change it rather than face disappointment on your wedding day. Take photos from all angles to have a clear view of what your hair looks like.
Enduring and Comfortable
Stay with the hairstyle for a few hours. Shake your head from side to side to see if your hair remains in the same condition. This will confirm if you have chosen an enduring and comfortable hairstyle that will remain the same even after a few hours dancing.
Changing the Color – Pros and Cons
If you decide to change your hair color do it a few weeks in advance. In this way you will have time to fix it if you don’t like the result. Don’t color your hair or experiment with chemicals and procedures at the last moment. The same rule applies to products you don’t know or haven’t used before. Don’t make any drastic changes of your hair color. You don’t want the talking point among your guests to be your dramatic change in hair color.
The Choice “Impressive Hairstyle”
Don’t forget your wedding day isn’t a time for a full makeover. Be smart and stick to your style and don’t make it too overburdened. You don’t want when your guests see you, to notice your ornate hair before they notice your dress and the overall wedding day look.