Hair is and has always been a very important element in a woman’s look – and even more so on her wedding day, when everything has to be perfect.
Of course, may have selected the type of wedding hairstyle you want, and you may have even selected the accessories you want to adorn your hair with – but what about the hair color? What should you do about it – and most importantly, what you should definitely, absolutely, totally avoid doing?
We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
- Making any kind of 180-degree change. If you’re a brunette and you have never been a blonde, this might not be the time to make the change. Even if you do plan everything well ahead of time, making this change will most likely have a pretty harsh effect on your hair. Even more, if you don’t like yourself with the new hair color, you will end up wanting to dye it back – and that will add even more stress on your hair.
- Dyeing it too many times before the wedding. Once you have decided what you want for the Big Day, talk to your hair colorist and establish a plan that will allow you to reach the perfect hair color without harming the texture and health of your hair. Also, make sure your hair coloring plan allows for plenty of time before the wedding, so that you can apply some treatments to it and make it really shine.
- Trying to do it yourself at home. No matter how expensive your drugstore hair dye is and no matter how much experience you have with dyeing your hair on your own, this is not the moment to do it. These things can very easily turn into a full-blown disaster – one that will be expensive to fix (and might not even be completely repairable from the point of view of your hair’s health). Invest in the services of a professional hair colorist if you want the results you are aiming for.
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