Hair Styling @ BAYSIDE MAKE UP by Kate O'Donoghue

By: BAYSIDE MAKE UP and BEAITY by Kate Applebee  20-Feb-2012
Keywords: Wedding, Make Up Artist, Professional Makeup

   Pre-Wedding Hair Advice @ BAYSIDE MAKE UP by Kate O’Donoghue We all want our hair and skin to look its absolute best for our special day. While there is a significant amount of creams, treatments, sprays and cosmetics we can use to make you radiant, glowing, shining and healthy looking – nothing beats an inner glow and the radiance that comes from nourished and hydrated hair and skin. In the lead up to your Wedding don’t fall into the common trap of not having your hair trimmed. This can create more problems because it may leave your hair damaged with split ends and no elasticity. What can then happen is the hairstyle you would like may not hold, or become “frizzy” or “frazzled” looking.   So, it is best to have regular trims, just a centimeter, every 6 to 8 weeks. Make sure you discuss your requirements with your regular hairdresser – if you don’t have a regular hairdresser it is a good idea to find one, ask friends or colleagues who they would recommend, it would be awful to have a hair disaster the week before the big day. You may need to grow some extra length into your fringe or layers depending on the style you have chosen so it is a great idea to have some pictures and thoughts ready. If you rebook your next appointment as you are leaving you can write it in your diary and schedule around it, which means there is a higher chance of actually going back. It’s an excellent idea to have a Professional Conditioning Treatment at each hair cut, this helps to strengthen, hydrate and nourish your hair. You can also purchase the home hair care products recommended so that you can maintain the condition in between visits, especially if your hair is coloured. Talking about colour, don’t think that you have to change anything before your Wedding Day – if you like it, keep it. Many brides think they should be more “natural” for their Wedding Day, going from a fresh light blonde to a deeper blonde only to end up looking and feeling dull. My main suggestions are to avoid “stripey” foils, especially for upstyles, and if your regular hairdresser isn’t doing your hair for the Wedding – show them the pictures so they know how to best highlight your hair and complement the hairstyle. You will need to have your hair coloured the week of the Wedding – not too early but not the day before either. It’s best if you can shampoo it at least once or twice before the Wedding to let it “settle in”. Lastly, the best advice I can give you is stay out of the sun, drink lots of water, get plenty of sleep, make sure you’re confident and comfortable with your hair style and Make Up look, pick styles and looks that are a glamorous version of you, and most importantly - enjoy every moment!   Thank you, Kate

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Welcome to eventmakers , I am Kate, a professionally trained and certified Make Up Artist, Hairdresser, Beauty Therapist and Beauty Industry Trainer.