Why a pre-wedding hair trial is a must!

With so much to organise for your wedding – from the dress and venue to bridesmaids and catering – the last thing you need to worry about is your hair!

Yet so many brides-to-be do just that. This is why it makes such a difference to have a mock up of your hairstyle well before your big day. An informal trial giving you the chance to explore different options.

Besides which, a hairstyle is such a personal thing. It’s vital to feel comfortable on your special day, to relax and enjoy it rather than be self-conscious.

A consultation well beforehand means your hair stylist can test out different styles. Especially ideal if you bring your wedding dress and accessories along.

Different wedding dress styles, for instance,  have different necklines. If you’ve opted for the understated elegance of a column dress, tumbling boho curls, pretty plaits or a classy vertical roll can look stunning.

With more traditional wedding gowns, a classic updo can look simply beautiful , or a half updo with loose curls. Perfect!

Your face shape, too, can determine which hairstyle would suit you best. All of these considerations are taken into account at the mock trial, giving you time to make the right choice for you.

Get money off your next hairstyle

If you know anyone who is getting married in the Staffordshire area, and you recommend my mobile hair service for brides, I’d love to send you a thank you gift. Once a confirmed booking is made, I’ll send you a £10 credit to spend on any hair service of your choice. (valid for three months)

Please just email or phone me to let me know!


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