Until a couple of months ago I wasn't the type of girl who had a favourite hairdresser they would only allow to touch their hair.I 've moved pretty frequently over the past 5 years so tend to pop into the closest salon and see who is available there and then.
Maintaining a fringe is actually a lot more complex than you might think. What length is best? Is it typically straight or wavy? Chopped into or blunt? Thick or thin?
And so, when my last hairdresser got slightly carried away with mine and chopped a huge chunk off the side of my head to widen my fringe (why? WHY?!) it suddenly occurred to me; who can I trust to style my wedding hair?
Obviously I wasn't going to get my hair cut on THE day (that's a thrill-seekers's game) but I have notoriously difficult hair that refuses to hold a curl so whoever is responsible for my bridal style will require god-like genius, Mo Farah level determination and maybe a stiff drink.
FLICK! Bridal Hair Inspiration
So - as with my shoes - I fished for recommendations, and my fiancée's cousin raved about Beauty Call, who made her hair so awesome it's cray cray for her big day.To give you a bit of info, Beauty Call have a head office in Shoreditch but stylists based all over the country so regardless of where you get married you can call them up and book one in to come to your location. Plus, their hair trials are complimentary so there isn't another £80 added on top of the total cost.
PLANNING DIY WEDDING HAIR?