Your wedding day is generally considered to be one of the most important days of your life and as such, we don’t blame you for wanting to look completely mesmerising in front of your family, friends and most importantly, your fiancé.
It may surprise you how long before the big day you should start prepping your locks – we recommend four months. Four months? Yes four months! Nourishing your hair to the healthiest state it can be takes time, luckily for you Great Lengths has a fantastic range of after-care products (not just for extensions wearers) to ensure this process is super smooth (just like your hair will feel by the end of it).
The Hair Mask Extra Rich in particular is a product we urge you to use on a weekly basis to make sure your locks are nourished and protected.
Choosing your bridal hairstyle just a few days before your wedding could result in unnecessary stress and you could end up with a look that doesn’t go with your dress, doesn’t suit you or that simply hasn’t turned out how you had imagined. To avoid this nightmare situation, we recommend arranging a hair trial with your stylist at least a month in advance – and if you are wearing hair extensions on your big day then these should be applied at this point. This will give you time to test different looks and ensure you are 100% happy.
Don’t be shy
We want to make it clear that we are by no means trying to convince you to try out a whacky new style on the day when you’ll have photographic evidence for the rest of your lives! At the same time, we want to urge you to not be afraid of enhancing your existing locks, to ensure they reach their full potential on your wedding day.
Your first port of call for bridal hairspiration should be Pinterest, and we have THE ultimate wedding hair board right here.
Once you have an idea of how you may wish to wear your hair, consider if Great Lengths can be worn to take your tresses from pretty to perfect.
Great Lengths hair extensions come in a huge range of natural colours that will blend seamlessly with your natural hair, delivering increased volume and length – what bride could say no to that! Best of all, the bonds are tiny and discreet so it is still possible to wear hair up in a variety of different style – take a look at our video guides to see what can be achieved.
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