When choosing a bridal hairstyle, consider factors such as your wedding dress style, hair length and texture, face shape, theme of the wedding, and personal preferences.
It’s best to book your hairstylist at least 4-6 months before the wedding to secure your preferred date and have ample time for consultations and trials.
Yes, adding accessories like hairpins, tiaras, headbands, flowers, or veils can enhance your bridal look. Coordinate with your hairstylist to incorporate them seamlessly.
Yes, hair extensions can add volume and length to your hair, creating more styling options. Discuss this with your hairstylist during the trial to find the best solution.
Yes, a hair trial is highly recommended. It gives you and your hairstylist a chance to experiment with different hairstyles and ensure you’re happy with the final look on your special day.
Hair should be at least 1/4 to 1/2 inch long (about the size of a grain of rice) for effective waxing.
After waxing, avoid hot baths, saunas, sun exposure, and tight clothing for 24-48 hours. Exfoliating regularly and moisturizing the skin will help prevent ingrown hairs.
Some skincare products containing ingredients like retinoids or alpha hydroxy acids can make the skin more sensitive, so it’s best to consult with the esthetician before waxing.
Before your appointment, make sure your hair is the right length, take a shower to clean the skin, and avoid using lotions or oils on the area to be waxed.
Taking an over-the-counter pain reliever 30 minutes before your appointment can help reduce discomfort.