Perfect Hair For a Winter Wedding

Before long, winter will be here with all its magic. Except if you are planning a wonderful winter wedding, it’s worth taking a little extra care to make sure your locks look stunning.

Here’s some advice I share with my brides-to-be, getting married across Staffordshire, Shropshire or East Cheshire.

Use the right tools

Winter weather – plus central heating – can strip your hair of moisture, making it dry, frizzy and static. Should this happen to your hair, use different brushes and combs. For instance, a natural bristle brush and wide tooth wooden comb can work wonders!

Let the moisture back in

Conditioning your hair this time of year is a given. Especially important to nourish your lengths and ends, use a deep conditioning treatment containing natural plant oils to add gloss and strength back into your hair.

Opt for a glam updo

Winter weather has the potential to play havoc with hair. Why not go for a chic updo to ensure your hair stays put? Now is the perfect time to experiment with your hairstyling to see what suits you best. Arrange a wedding mockup trial well before your big day!

Add a touch of glitz

A winter wedding wouldn’t be the same without a touch of sparkle! While brides still love seasonal flowers in the hair, you also have the option of adding a finishing touch with a sparkly accessory. From diamante tiaras, clips and combs to jewelled hairbands, the choice is endless.

Will you be a winter bride in Staffordshire?

Hope all those tips help. In the meantime, if you need a mobile hairstylist to give your hair a glamorous, beautiful look, just get in touch.

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