Accessories come first – For anyone that knows me I’m a sucker for a bow it’s playful and romantic- I recommend @emilylondonheadwear. This would suit a jumpsuit style dress or a princess style ballroom gown. Hair up or half-up, however this is all dictated by your personal style, your neckline, and what will make for jaw-dropping photo moments.
If your hair is weak and needs some oomph try popping a daily vitamin with biotin. (You should see results within 3 months). Also, avoid heated tools on your hair- I’ve noticed a huge difference since I’ve started using my @dyson.airwrap (available from @callaghanselectrical).
If you are hoping to grow your hair out and don’t succeed never worry we have clip-in extensions available for brides, we also use various techniques such as nano (these are so discreet) and amazing for those with an active lifestyle, tape (perfect for extremely fine hair) & weave for those with a more sedentary lifestyle. We use @beauty_worksonline hair extensions.
Hair detox- oh what’s this?? This is when you don’t do a single thing with your hair for 2/3 days prior to your wedding day – you can also practice training your hair now prior to the big day, try to only wash your hair three times a week to begin and eventually down to twice a week and finally once a week.
Hair colouring for Blondes – we recommend having your fresh colour 2 weeks prior to the big day and have a bridal VIP blow-dry or Glowdry (complimentary Gin and tonic) and treatment the week of the big day – it’s all about the pampering.
Finally invest in good quality shampoo and conditioner- we highly recommend using the @joicoireland range available here in the salon.
I hope this all helps.