Pre-wedding hair tips

Pre-wedding hair tips

When preparing your hair for your wedding keep these helpful tips in mind.
Oct. 30, 2013 | By: The idoo.ca staff

Your hairstyle is one of the most important considerations when preparing for your wedding. Choosing a hairstyle that works with your dress is a big decision. When you think about preparing your hair for your wedding keep in mind these helpful tips.

Choose a hairstyle that will work with your type of hair. You can find many different style options but they may not be good for everyone’s hair. Pick a style that is achievable with your type of hair.

Consider whether you’ll be wearing a headpiece or veil and pick a hairstyle that will easily accommodate it.

Once you choose a hairstyle, try it out ahead of time to make sure it will work properly. You don’t want to be struggling with your do on your big day.

If your hair is thin or lacking body, use a body building shampoo and conditioner along with a body building treatment. This will help keep your hair looking good and allow it to take a curl more easily.

Avoid frizz by using leave-in conditioning treatment for your hair. Use the treatment on dry hair to hold back the frizzies and keep it in check.

Use a special hair mud pack or intensive treatment weekly for a few months before your wedding.

Have your hair trimmed at least a week before your wedding. This will keep you from having split ends.

Get rid of annoying flyaways by using hairspray to hold your hair down. Choose a hairspray that is not sticky so your hair will look as natural as possible.

When drying your hair or using a curling iron or straightener, use heat protecting spray. This provides nourishment for the hair and keeps it from breaking.

Use shampoo and conditioner for your specific type of hair. If you have dry hair, use a product formulated to add moisture. If you have frizzy hair, use smoothing products.

If you choose a complicated style you choose a complicated style for your wedding schedule a hair appointment for the morning or your wedding day.

Have your hair professionally done in the style you want. Ask the hair stylist to show you how you can achieve the same look at home. Take photos of your hair when it’s done properly so you can duplicate it on your own.

Less can be more when it comes to hairstyles. Sometimes a simple hairdo such as a pulled back bun or ponytail can be elegant and fashionable – and easy to style.

The idoo.ca staff.

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