How to Correctly Schedule Your Hair and Makeup Trials
Your hair and makeup trials are of the utmost importance. After all, the last thing you need on your wedding day morning is to realize your chosen lipstick doesn’t suit you, or that the hairstyle you have picked doesn’t really go with the wedding veil!
When should you have these trials, though? How to correctly schedule your hair and makeup trials? We have some tips for you – so read on to find out more.
First of all, make sure you have a wedding venue and a wedding date. At first, this may not seem to be very tightly connected to your bridal look, but think of it: the location and the season of your Big Day can actually influence what type of products and styles you will adopt.
For the makeup trial, keep in mind that famous makeup artists are booked very much in advance – sometimes, even as much as one year before the wedding day. In most cases, you will have to schedule two trials – one when you hire the makeup artist and one closer to the wedding day so that you can decide on the precise products and colors you will use.
As for the hair trial, you should book this a couple of months before the wedding day. Still, if you want to make any kind of big chance to your hair (e.g. cut it, let it grow, add extensions, or dye it), do make sure you schedule your first hair trial at least six months in advance. This will give you enough time to implement all the necessary changes.
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