There are a lot of things that a bride needs to do for her wedding day: dress fittings, food tastings, guest lists, rehearsal dinners, and of course, make-up and hairstyle trials. The biggest mistake that a bride can do is to take for granted that one thing that can brighten up her face: bridal hair.
Your wedding may be months away, but still, you have to make plans about your bridal hair as early as now. Will you grow your hair out, cut it short, or wear it up? What hair color would best accentuate your features for the most natural look? Everything must be planned accordingly.
Here is a checklist of what you need to do to find that perfect bridal hair color.
- Consult your hair color stylist at least three months before your wedding day. Consultations are important because these are the venues where you can discuss how you’re going to wear your hair and what kind of hair color you want. Three months is the window that you need in case you first appointment does not end the way you want it to. You can make several appointments and consultations until you get your desired hair color.
- Bring your veil and other hair accessories during your consultations. This will help your hair color stylist formulate his or her opinions. If your veil contains floral accents or shimmery stones, hair color can be adjusted to make those details stand out.
- If you want to have highlights for your bridal hair, have them done at least ten days before the wedding. The highlights look better after the color adheres to the hair. It usually takes seven to ten days for that to happen. Also, wait two days after you highlight treatment before you shampoo your hair. The color should settle before you wash your hair. It will also be helpful if you wash your hair with a shampoo that is safe for color-treated hair.
- Last but not the least, keep your hair well-conditioned. Moisturized hair is healthy hair, and healthy hair makes hair color stand out.
Your hair is the most important accessory that you will have on your wedding day. Make the most out of it with the right tone of hair color.
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