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You should feel like a princess in a fairy tale on your wedding day. And if you are satisfied with how you look, it will make an important contribution to the magic of your special day.

Shining, healthy hair that is suitably styled is a glorious part of a breath-taking look. It is therefore essential to choose the right hair stylist. Get to know the stylist you select well before the time, to ensure that you will understand each other. Ask them to show you a portfolio of previous word and any letter of appreciation from satisfied brides. Listen to your hair stylists recommendations and think about them, because he or she will play a major role in how you will feel about your appearance on your wedding day.

Make a booking at least six months before the wedding date to avoid disappointment.

Remember that a trail run two or three weeks before the wedding is essential to ensure that you and your stylist understand each other, and that you are satisfied with the style you chose. There will definitely not be time for trying something new on your wedding day!

Keep the following in mind when choosing your hairstyle:

The style must suit your appearance and personality – you must feel comfortable on your wedding day.

Your hairstyle should suit the style of your dress – if your hair is long and your dress is high neck, your hare should preferably be put up. If the back of your dress is low-cut and open, you are also advised to put your hair up or drape it to one side.

If you will be wearing a veil, tell your hair stylist and keep it in mind when choosing a hairstyle.

Hair accessories can do wonders for a style – think of fresh flowers or a pretty bling clip.

Listen to your hairstylist’s advice. Her or she will have a lot of experience with different hair textures and will know what works best.

Take good care of your hair. Visit your hairdresser regularly to have it cut and coloured, and for hair treatments to keep it healthy. If you colour your hair, have it done about a week before the wedding. Ask your hairdresser to recommend a professional quality shampoo and conditioner to use at home.

If you have done all you could to ensure that you will look your best on your wedding day, you will not stress about the small stuff. You can then concentrate on feeling as awesome as you look.

You should feel like a princess in a fairy tale on your wedding day. And if you are satisfied with how you look, it will make an important contribution to the magic of your special day.

Shining, healthy hair that is suitably styled is a glorious part of a breath-taking look. It is therefore essential to choose the right hair stylist. Get to know the stylist you select well before the time, to ensure that you will understand each other. Ask them to show you a portfolio of previous word and any letter of appreciation from satisfied brides. Listen to your hair stylists recommendations and think about them, because he or she will play a major role in how you will feel about your appearance on your wedding day.

Make a booking at least six months before the wedding date to avoid disappointment.

Remember that a trail run two or three weeks before the wedding is essential to ensure that you and your stylist understand each other, and that you are satisfied with the style you chose. There will definitely not be time for trying something new on your wedding day!

Keep the following in mind when choosing your hairstyle:

The style must suit your appearance and personality – you must feel comfortable on your wedding day.

Your hairstyle should suit the style of your dress – if your hair is long and your dress is high neck, your hare should preferably be put up. If the back of your dress is low-cut and open, you are also advised to put your hair up or drape it to one side.

If you will be wearing a veil, tell your hair stylist and keep it in mind when choosing a hairstyle.

Hair accessories can do wonders for a style – think of fresh flowers or a pretty bling clip.

Listen to your hairstylist’s advice. Her or she will have a lot of experience with different hair textures and will know what works best.

Take good care of your hair. Visit your hairdresser regularly to have it cut and coloured, and for hair treatments to keep it healthy. If you colour your hair, have it done about a week before the wedding. Ask your hairdresser to recommend a professional quality shampoo and conditioner to use at home.

If you have done all you could to ensure that you will look your best on your wedding day, you will not stress about the small stuff. You can then concentrate on feeling as awesome as you look.

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