LONG HAIR OR SHORT HAIR, CURLY HAIR OR STRAIGHT HAIR, A FLAWLESS BRIDAL UPDO IS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE TO THE BRIDE. A BRIDE NOT ONLY DREAMS OF HER PERFECT DAY, BUT LOOKING HER ABSOLUTE BEST AS WELL. THE KEY TO LOOKING GOOD IS IN THE PREPARATION.
Brides should schedule their hair trials about three months prior to the wedding. Pictures of bridal updos that are inspiring to the bride should be taken with her as well as a veil or headpiece she plans to wear. Pinterest is a great resource for hair-style inspiration. The more prepared you can be for your stylist, the better the communication process will be during the trial, as well as the day of the wedding. If you like the look of the front of a hairstyle in one picture, and the back hairstyle of another picture, bring them both.
A bride should wear makeup to the hair trial, or combine the hair and makeup trial on the same day. This will help the bride get the best visual of how her look will come together on her wedding day.
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The day of the hair trial is also a great excuse to plan a night out to make sure the style stays in place. The bride should be sure to take pictures of the finished look from a few angles to be sure she is completely satisfied.
The look of today’s bridal updos are loose and less structured while still remaining polished and sophisticated. It may involve cascading curls, a mixture of loose braids into a side bun, or wispy strands of hair tied back with a fresh flower pin. No matter if your choose side-sweeping hair, hair that is partially tied back, or a full updo, rely on your stylist to find the best timeless look for you.