Post # 1
I am getting married this October and I wanted to know when I should go for my hair trial? I was thinking the first week of August, but would that be too soon? Any suggestions would be helpful.
Post # 3
august definitely isn’t too soon. as soon as you have your dress, veil, and hair accessories, you’re fine (as long as you don’t plan on making any major changes to your hair). i did mine 6 months in advance because that was the time i was in my wedding city.
Post # 4
Great! Thank you very much:)
Post # 5
Not too early at all!! I think once you have your accessories you’re good to go 🙂 Mine is in April but it could have been sooner!
Post # 6
I’m going 3 months before the big day so beginning of August isn’t too early at all.
Post # 8
This is really helpful. I didnt know when to get my trial done. Thanks for this post!
Post # 9
My hair stylist just said to try to do it in the same season as you hair will be highlighted more in the summer then in the winter or maybe a different texture with the humidity of some seasons. She also said that your skin tone will be different in opposite seasons so that can change how you feel about your hair.
Post # 10
I’m going to go in November for a Feb wedding because December is so busy, and to me January is too close to the day-of. But it’s my normal stylist that I’ve been going to since I was 15. lol. She knows my hair; did it for both proms and all that.
Post # 11
I was told that your trial should be done as close to your wedding day as possible, so that your skin and hair will be close to what it will be on your wedding day. I have my hair and makeup trials set for six weeks prior to my wedding.