What comes first? Wedding dress or hair?

For most of us, our wedding day is a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ experience. It’s a day of celebration, a day you’ll look back on for years to come. And a day when you want to look and feel your best!

Because your big day matters so much, you want everything to be perfect. That’s why brides often deliberate over their dress, then worry about what hairstyle to have…

First, stop worrying. Getting married is exciting, romantic, wonderful. Try on different dress styles to find what suits your figure. You need to feel right in it… Worry not; you will know the one for you the moment you try it on.

As a bridal hair stylist in Staffordshire, I always recommend brides-to-be to match their hair to their gown, not the other way round. Whatever you you opt for – whether a classic look, floaty ethereal number, an elegant strapless dress, romantic flowing one or asymmetrical vintage gown – I advise what style would match best.

Of course, it depends on your hair length, thickness and current style too. But, in essence, I aim to complement your bridal style to your beautiful dress. A marriage made in heaven!

Best of all, because I’m a mobile hairdresser we can try out lots of different ideas in the comfort of your own home.

Snap up this wedding hair offer

Book any bridal hair package for you and three adults (minimum) and I’ll give you a 10% discount on the spot! Just imagine: you could have your bridesmaids and mum’s hair styled on the big day too so you all look gorgeous!

This offer – valid for 2016 – is only open on bookings made until April ’16. If you’ve a set date, do book early as I’m a popular bridal stylist in Stafford, Cheshire and the Midlands. Remember to book with reference no: BHLBLOG when you call!

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