Start early! Begin working with your stylist as soon as possible to perfect the cut, color and condition of your hair well before the day of your wedding. Speak with your stylist about creating a customized plan.
Make The Cut
Even if you’re growing your hair out, keep it regularly trimmed to remove the split ends that will otherwise damage the cuticle. If it’s too long or unlayered, it can be bulky and unmanageable, making it harder for your stylist to create the style you are looking for.
Your hair will look best in photos if it has natural, subtle highlights. Think Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Begin your color transformation well in advance of your wedding, and plan to have your last color service approximately 2 weeks before the big day.
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