Pre-Wedding Hair Care Essentials

June 23, 2015 at 12:48 pm Leave a comment

Beautiful woman portrait with a headscarf - isolated over a white background

Beautiful woman portrait with a headscarf – isolated over a white background

Weddings involve lots of planning and myriad decisions culminating into one special day of marrying the one you love. Lots of details go into creating your wedding day look such as coordinating wedding attire and hair. Ensure that your hair gets special attention as you embark on your journey to matrimony. After selecting your wedding day hairstyle to coordinate with your attire, take the time to create a maintenance program to keep your hair in tip top shape. This usually occurs several months before the big day. Customize your care schedule according to your individual hair type; consult with your stylist for suggestions. Read on to learn more about the basics of pre-wedding hair essentials.


Conditioners help make hair softer, shiny and supple. Select a conditioner according to your hair type such as oily, normal or dry. Types of conditioners include daily rinses, leave-in conditioners, deep acting conditioners, acidic rinses, restructuring and conditioning creams. Use after shampooing or per conditioner instructions.


Whether you are changing your hair color or want to add some pop to your current color, the sky is the limit for coloring choices. Types of hair coloring include permanent, semi-permanent, demi-permanent and temporary. Hair coloring may be used for simple highlights to overall shade coverage. Make plans to color your hair approximately two weeks before your wedding, avoid last minute coloring to deter potential catastrophes. If possible, do a test run or two before your final coloring.


Product is a term used that refers to a class of hair styling products for setting or holding hairstyles, providing certain defenses against the elements, adjusting the texture of hair and sculpting the shape. Types of hair products include gels, mousses, oils, serums, sprays, waxes, tonics, pomades, and volumizers. Products may be applied for a variety of reasons from increasing volume, protecting your hair from the heat of hair styling tools to general styling needs.

Styling Tools

Portrait of a mid-adult African-American bride on black background.

Portrait of a mid-adult African-American bride on black background.

Give your locks a wedding-ready look by using hair styling tools, sometimes making the difference between a good hairstyle and a great hairstyle. Styling tools help create the design of your hairstyle. Types of styling tools include essentials such as combs and brushes to modern tools such as blow dryers, curling irons, flat irons, curlers and trimmers. Make an appointment with a professional stylist or practice your hairstyle well before your wedding day to ensure you achieve the exact look you want for this very memorable day.

Engaged to be married and looking for ideas or suggestions for your wedding? Attend the Great Bridal Expo, a national bridal show tour featuring both national and local area businesses with the latest in wedding trends, 2 New York style fashion shows, live orchestra and DJ performances, valuable giveaways and prize drawings, and lots of wedding-related products and services with wedding professionals ready to meet face-to-face with you to make your dream wedding come true. Click HERE to register and use code BLOG for 2 FREE tickets!

Subscribe to Great Bridal Expo via Email



Entry filed under: Beauty & Cosmetic Procedures. Tags: , , , , , , , , .

Tips for Long-Lasting Makeup on Your Wedding Day Home-Based Wedding Business: Writing a Business Plan

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

Trackback this post  |  Subscribe to the comments via RSS Feed

Follow Me on Pinterest

%d bloggers like this: