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    Wedding Hair Questions

    Wedding Hair Frequently Asked Questions

    “Wedding Hair Questions”My clients often ask me more questions about their wedding day hair than any other hair style I ever do for them. I have compiled the most common questions I’m asked so as to help you with your wedding hair too!

    • I want long hair for my wedding, but my hair is so short now, what can I do about that?
    • My Answer:  It’s not always realistic for you to grow out super short hair to long lengths within the time frame of planning your wedding. You can begin growing your hair out now and add extensions or hair pieces later on if your hair is still not at your desired length. Also, hair grows about ¼ to ½ an inch per month, so if your wedding is six months from now, you can expect your hair to grow a total of 1 ½ to 3 inches by then. Keep in mind that you still need regular trims (about every 6-8 weeks) to keep your hair in a healthy state.
    • How far in advance should I schedule my hair appointment?
    • My Answer:  I’d suggest scheduling it as soon as possible. Consider at least 3-6 months before your wedding day.  That way you will not only be getting the exact time you want and need for your appointment, but other arrangements that need doing can easily be made around your timing.
    • Is a trial wedding hair style necessary?
    • My Answer:  Absolutely! Definitely do a trial run-through of the wedding hair style that you want. This will give you and your hairdresser the opportunity to see how it looks on you, as well as adjust any parts of the hair style you may want altered.
    • What should I do the day of my wedding to be prepared to have my hair styled?
      • My Answer:  I would suggest washing your hair the day before instead of that day. Second day hair tends to hold a hair style better. Also, don’t forget to wear something that is easy to remove after we’ve styled your hair. I suggest a robe or button/zip up shirt. This way your hair isn’t affected when you take off your top to change into your dress.

      Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, so make sure that your wedding hair is taken care, that you have no surprises about how it will look!  You’ll be viewing the photos for years to come, so getting your wedding hair right is just one less thing to worry about that day you have any other questions, be sure to ask your hairdresser when you schedule your appointment or during your trial run. For more great looks check out our Pinterest Wedding Hairstyles, Prom Hairstyles and Braid Boards.

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