What you think that the most important thing a woman can have next to talent, Of Course, Is Her Hairdresser.
If you are bride-to-be it is essential to get your bridal look planned to the perfect. And when it comes to bridal hairdos, there are few things to keep in mind to look your best. Because Good Hairs Speaks Louder Than The Words.
Here are some common mistakes brides make when it comes to their hair:
1# Not Taking A Trial Beforehand
It is imperative for a bride to get makeup and hairstyle trial before the wedding day. All styling and makeup trials should be done a week before so that any changes, if, required can be corrected. Ideally, every bride should show the outfits of wedding ceremonies to the makeup and hairstylist so that they can advise on the makeup and hair color accordingly.
2# Washing Your Hair On Your Wedding Day
Considering that you are wearing your hair in an elaborate hairdo, dirty hair will actually help the hairstyle stay in place as compared to freshly washed hair. So wash your hair two days in advance and, if you are the type who needs to wash their hair daily, opt for dry shampoo instead.
3# Getting A Heavily Layered Haircut
A bride-to-be should keep in mind that she would not be leaving her hair open for all the functions. Hence, avoid getting heavily layered blunt haircuts too close to the wedding.
4# Getting Hair Colored At Last Moment
When it comes to your mane, it’s tempting to color your hair by opting for highlights or balayage color treatments to get a new look or cover a few greys. However, don’t wait until the very last moment. It’s advisable that one should color their hair at least 15 days to a month in advance as it takes time for the color to settle.
5# Not Choosing The Right Flowers For Your Hairstyle
If you are using flowers, speak to a florist on which ones will last longer, and not wilt during the day or due to harsh lights. Store your flowers in the fridge to keep them looking fresh and take them out just when your hairdo is getting finished.
I hope, this article will help all the bride-to-be to be perfect and not doing mistakes in makeup and hairstyle on their wedding day and get a trial before their D-Day.