Wedding Hair Do’s And Don’ts

Wedding HairWedding season is well and truly upon us and whether you are the bridezilla, a member of the wedding party or just a guest, you want to look your best. We have all experienced ‘hair-tastrophes’ but modern hair extensions when done properly can open the door to endless style possibilities.

Here are a few hair extension do’s and don’t to help you look fabulous as opposed to a fiasco…

DO share with your stylist the colours and style of your wedding dress. When it comes to finding the right wedding hairstyle for you there shouldn’t be any limits. Brides shouldn’t be constrained by what may be considered “traditional” and all look the same. It is your day, be yourself and enjoy, as it goes all too quick!

DON’T go for synthetic hair extensions.  Fake hair is heavier and does not bounce like real hair making it obvious that you are wearing extensions.  Synthetic extensions are made of acrylic and plastic, both very flammable materials.  Coat them with lacquer and hairspray and accidentally expose them to an innocent candle on the table and you may have more wedding day warmth than you bargained for.

DO take some snaps at your trial sessions to get an objective view – as often what you see in the mirror is different on film. If you have ever been horrified to find a “bad” photo of yourself on Facebook thinking that when that photo was taken you looked great then going through interesting process will help you exercise these wedding day photo demons.

DON’T wash your hair on the morning of your wedding if you’re planning on wearing it up, as it will be too slippery to style and won’t retain any height.  Hair needs to be a day old. Dry shampoo can be a modern wedding miracle —and no, that’s not an exaggeration!

DO go to a salon that is reputable and experienced in hair extensions. The point of extensions is to add length or volume to your natural hair without being detected.  Hair extensions that are obvious are ones that are suffering from conflicting hair textures and/or poor colour match.  Avoid the inexperienced salons and do-it-at-homers.

DON’T try extensions for the first time on your actual wedding day. You need to test out how the extensions feel at least several weeks before your big day in case you have some allergies or concerns around comfort, blending or fit. Similar to you would a car feel free to take them for a ‘test drive’. Tatiana Hair Extensions are some of the best you can get.

DO treat your hair extensions with respect. Comb them with a soft bristle brush, condition only the roots and avoid harsh chemicals.  Like a marriage, hair extensions need love and TLC, as the main ingredient in the recipe for a very long life.

Miss B

Miss B

Miss B is a Belle About Town who likes to bring a little bit of style into every aspect of her life. An experienced journalist with over a decade in the industry she turned to the web to fill a gap for tech-savvy stylish women who want the best life has to offer at their fingertips. She loves a decadent cocktail bar, a beautifully cut dress, the perfect pair of heels, quality over quantity and is partial to Asian-fusion food, enjoys holidaying in the sun and shopping breaks to New York. But her first love is of course London!

    



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