Getting Your Hair Ready for the Wedding
Schedule your wedding day hair appointment at least eight weeks ahead. Make an appointment for a practice session at least a month ahead of the wedding date (if you are having make up too you may want to do a practice session for that too!). Bring a Polaroid or digital camera to take photos of the front, sides, and back of your hair so you will be able to re-create it on the wedding day.
Record your travel time from the salon to where you are getting dressed for the wedding or better yet see if the hair stylist can come to you. Add extra time for make-up if the salon is not applying it.
Ask for more than one stylist to help with the wedding party. Three stylists for a party of six is the best bet for staying on schedule. Schedule all nail appointments for the day before, this saves time on the wedding day. Don't expect to get your favorite stylist to do your wedding hair if you desire an intricate Updo. This is a specialty service and best left for the resident salon expert.
Bring a picture of your dress and your headpiece, tiara, and/or veil with you to the salon for your practice appointment. Then relax. You will look great on your wedding day.
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