Initial Consultation

What to Bring/Know:


  • Have clean, dry hair, a clean face, and a button up shirt
  • Pictures of hair styles you like
  • Hair piece or veil if you have one
  • Picture of your bridal gown if you have one
  • Swatches from bridal gown and bridesmaid dresses


What to Ask:


  • How many people can your salon accommodate?
  • How long will the appointment take?
  • What should I bring to the wedding day appointment?


Expert Advice


Don’t do any major hair changes right before the wedding. It is okay to experiment a little bit, but don’t stray too far from your natural look. You don’t want to get your photos back and say, “That doesn’t even look like me!”


You want makeup that will endure tears, heat and perspiration. Fake eyelashes are a great way to avoid
clumpy or runny mascara. Purchase the lipstick used at the salon for touch ups throughout the day.


Start a good skincare regimen well in advance so your skin is the best it can possibly be for the big day.


Get a manicure, as friends and family will be admiring your ring and there will be photographs. A pedicure too, for open-toed shoes or for the honeymoon.


Don’t try waxing for the first time the week of your wedding. Instead, have a couple sessions prior to the big week.


Forego the crash diet. You may lose a few pounds initially, but by eating too little your body will break down muscle
and slow its metabolism, which makes weight control more difficult and decreases your energy at time when you need it most!

Working Out

Don’t obsess! Set realistic expectations for your body and give yourself enough time. The best results occur when
you start a consistent workout routine at least four to six months prior to the wedding.

Aches and Pains

Headaches, neckaches, and backaches can leave you feeling tired and worn down. Visit a chiropractor to find relief from these common yet irritating conditions and to make sure you’re in peak condition for the big day!