Getting your hair wedding ready

So you're getting married, ey?
How exciting! If you're not sure where to start with preparation for your hair, you've come to the right place!
We have here a plan of attack for the bridal rookie who is keen to bed down how to tackle her hair in the lead up to the big day!
1. Start planning early
The earlier you start planning, the more time you'll have to experiment with different hairstyles and products. This will help you find the perfect hairstyle that complements your wedding dress and overall look. You'll also have time to get regular trims and deep conditioning treatments to ensure your hair is healthy and strong on your wedding day.
Planning earlier means if you want to grow it, you've got time to get that length.
2. Choose the right hairstyle
The hairstyle you choose should complement your wedding dress and overall look. If you have long hair, you could wear an elegant updo, or you could wear it down with soft waves.
If you have short hair, you could get a modern pixie cut or a classic bob.
We'd recommend going for a trial with a hair stylist and experimenting with a few different looks. Take lots of photos and show your bride's maids for a second opinion!

3. Choose the right products
Looking after your hair in the lead up and nursing it back to health (if needed) is vital. We'd recommend using regular treatments for repair and protection, as well as a really good quality shampoo and conditioner.

4. Get a professional hair treatment
A few weeks before your wedding, get a professional hair treatment to give your hair an extra boost of shine and moisture. This will help your hair look its best on your wedding day.

5. Don't wash your hair on the morning of your wedding
Washing your hair on the morning of your wedding can make it dry and frizzy, or too slippery for the stylist to work with.
Instead, wash your hair the night before and let it air dry.

6. Use a heat protectant
Using heat protectant in the lead up to your wedding day will ensure it's in the best condition for the day.
7. Final salon visit for the wedding
Get a trim or deep conditioning treatment two weeks before your wedding.

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