When should I schedule my trial?
I recommend you schedule your trial 2-4 months before your wedding. Your hair won’t be too different from the day then.
Do my bridesmaids need a trial?
Most bridesmaids are happy to have their hair styled on the day without a trial, however if they are particularly concerned and would like a trial then that’s fine with me too and can book an appointment.
What should I wear to my trial?
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Wear something light in colour and with a similar neckline to your dress. This will help to get a real feel for how it will all look on the day.
Should my hair be clean or dirty?
Clean! There are so many fantastic products these days that can create texture, volume, shine etc. Greasy hair can not only be smelly but it can also cause damage when being styled as the oils from the greasy hair can burn from the straighteners/tongs etc.
What happens if I’m waiting to have my trial before I reserve my wedding date?
Weddings are booked on a first come, first serve basis. If another bride requests your date and you haven’t reserved it then you will be contacted straight away to give you the option to do so within 24hrs. However if you do not reserve your date after this time then the date will become available for another bride to book.
How many people can you style on my wedding day?
This all depends on the time the ceremony starts. I think it’s important for all hair styles to finished 1 hour before the wedding to allow time to get changed, have photos taken and last minute touch ups. The earliest I’m happy to start is 6am so the most I could style is 8. If you have more than 8 people needing their hair done then a second stylist can be arranged.
How many weddings do you book in one day?
I only book one wedding per day so I’m happy to stay as long as you need me to.
I can also stay to re-style your hair for your evening reception. Please ask for more details so I can give you a personalised quote.