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Instead of your client hoping and praying that her cut will look okay, advise her to bring photographs or magazine clippings to the salon with her so that her stylist knows exactly what your client wants. Before the stylist ever picks up a pair of scissors, your client should discuss this decision with the expert to see if her hair can accomplish the daring “do”.


If your client is getting her hair coloured differently than usual for her wedding it is a good idea to try out the colour four months before the wedding. She should ensure that the colourist takes a note of the shades and products used. Sometimes a colour takes time to “settle”. It may look too stark or it may look perfect for the first couple of weeks so she should keep a note of when the colour looks just right and then time her colouring for her wedding to coincide with the “just right” look.