Wedding Hair Tips

Wedding Hair tips for your salon trial run

Here are six tips to keep in mind when going for your wedding hair trial run.

Tip 1: Pick your gown before you decide on your hair. Your wedding gown is the most important part in deciding your wedding hair look - know all of the wedding gown details. Know the fabric, style and neckline so that you can create a wedding hair look that will most flatter your face shape and gown. If you can, bring a picture of your wedding gown to your salon to give your stylist a better idea of your dress.

Tip 2: Book a wedding hair trial run with a few salons. At the trial run you can get a feel for the salon and stylist and see if you will be comfortable with them doing your wedding hair for your big day!

Tip 3: Choose your accessories, veil, headbands and crystals. Make sure you know exactly what you want in your wedding hair look. Bring all of these with you to your trial run so that your stylist can give you a clear picture of what your overall look will actually be like.

Tip 4: Know what you want - or at least have an idea about what you want for your wedding hair. Go to WeddingHair.com and look through the galleries find styles that you love (and even styles that you don't like) and bring thosewedding hair looks to your salon. This will give your stylist a clear picture about what you expect for your wedding beauty look.

Tip 5: Book your final appointment as soon as you know you liked how the trial run went! If you are getting married during a busy "wedding season" book as far in advance as possible. You want to make sure you have your wedding hair booked for your big day and won't have to resort to doing it yourself!

Tip 6: Bring someone you trust with you to your appointment. A friend, family member or someone from your bridal party. You will want a second opinion about yourwedding hair look!

Wedding Hair ideas and tips have been provided by WeddingHair.com

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