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    Hair for Weddings: Planning Tips

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    Hair for Wedding Day Can Come Off Without Stress

    The day of your wedding is NOT the time to have any doubts or worries about hair for wedding and how it’s going to look. There is no room for that on your big day, besides, it’s something you can fully work out ahead of time. With a little planning and know how, you can eliminate the worry and be sure to get it right . . . but you must know what to plan for.

    When planned right, you’ll have pictures to look back on years from now that you’ll be proud of.

    Damian Carney, international artistic director for Joico the hair care product manufacturer, has done a great job of putting together a list of do’s and don’ts for hair for weddings. I may be bias on this but, I say the most important tip of all is to find a professional who has years of experience creating hair for weddings . . . it’s a specialty. . . get the specialist to work with you!

    Hair for Weddings dos and don’ts

    DO consider the entire picture, which includes a hairstyle that fits the theme of your wedding and is cohesive with the rest of your look. When you’ve come up with a theme – i.e. classic, contemporary, casual, etc.- discuss your plans with your hairdresser. He or she can suggest hairstyles that will compliment the theme you’d like to achieve.

    DON’T feel you have to emulate everything you see in bridal magazines. If the look of the moment is free-flowing tresses, but you prefer a sleek, tight bun, go with what you like. Your hairdresser can offer variations, such as escaped tendrils or pins and other accessories to add distinct appeal.


    For more great looks check out our Pinterest Wedding Hairstyles, Prom Hairstyles and Braid Boards.

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