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  • Writer's picturePaula Pace

3 Hair Care Tips to Get Your hair Wedding Day ready

Updated: May 17

3 hair care tips for your wedding day


I thought I would share this blog post from my wedding pal Simone Whitehead on how to care for your hair and get it in tip-top condition for your big day.




Welcome to the first of my blog posts on www.simonewhiteheadbridalhair.co.uk  I thought we could start with some of the most important tips I can give you: how to get your hair in perfect condition for your wedding day.

 

It's very important to look after your hair in the run-up to your wedding. Bridal hair styling can be heavy going; with lots of heat, hairspray and backcombing needed to achieve your desired look on the day. Hair that's in tip-top condition will be able to withstand this level of professional styling; and look beautiful and shiny in your wedding photographs.


These are my 3 hair care tips for your wedding day.


 



A good trim will will ensure shiny strong locks. Make sure you get booked in for a trim.

#1 Have regular haircuts

Even if you're trying to grow your hair; having it trimmed regularly will eliminate any damaged or split ends and make sure that it's growing healthily. If left unattended; these unruly ends will spread, drying out and damaging your hair. Aim for a trim every 6-8 weeks.

 







sleek and glossy locks
Shimmering locks thanks to good hair care

#2) Use a deep conditioning treatment

In the lead-up to your wedding; you should use a deep conditioning treatment once a week

to give your hair that little bit of extra nourishment. Apply the deep conditioning treatment and leave for 5-20 minutes to work. Start these treatments a few months before your wedding day; and stop the week before.

 






The ends of your hair will thank you for using heat protection before using styling appliances

3) Use heat protection

This is something that a lot of people either forget about; or don't think about at all. Every time you apply heat to your hair, be that with a hairdryer, straighteners, curling wand or hot rollers; the stress of styling can damage the hair shaft. To counteract this; you should always apply a good heat protection treatment to your hair before styling. There are lots of excellent sprays and creams on the market and at a range of prices to fit any budget.

 

 




So there you go - my top tips for getting wedding hair ready! If you have any questions about caring for your hair in the run-up to your big day; please feel free to get in touch via my contact page.



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