|Updo & Half Up Styles||57 – 82|
|Shampoo & Style||26 - 51|
|Trial Run||35 – 50|
|Makeup w/ Lashes||70|
This is the ideal timeline for brides to schedule ongoing beauty services for best results on their wedding day. Scheduling six months out or more guarantees you get your appointments when you need them, especially for those getting married during spring and fall (the busiest wedding seasons).
Hair Consultation. You and your stylist will create a schedule for cuts, color and special treatments leading up to your wedding day.
Start Body Waxing Regimen.
Start Brow Waxing Regimen.
Bridal Beauty Trial. Time to execute your wedding-day hair and makeup!
Final Hair Cut/Color.
Final Brow/Body Wax.
Nothing left but hair and makeup! Don’t be the last in your party to start your services—brides who are last to finish their hair and makeup tend to get anxious when they see everyone else is ready.
Your hair and makeup trial is your time to see your whole look, build a rapport with your artist(s), and make any adjustments well in advance. Here are our bridal team’s tips for making the most of your wedding beauty trial.
Schedule your hair and makeup trial no later than a month before your wedding. This leaves ample time to fine-tune or make changes.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY LOOK
to pair with a special event: photoshoot (bridal portrait or engagement), engagement party, or wedding shower. Planning a spray tan for your wedding? Get one before your makeup trial as well.