(Closed) No hair trial?

posted 8 years ago in Beauty
Post # 4
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1465 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

If you don’t do a trial, you will easily have an experience like that with your sister. The trial is done to ensure that both you and the stylist are on the same page and that the stylist is able to see how your hair reacts to the style chosen, and if you need to change to something else for some reason. If just for the peace of mind, work your budget around so that you can afford a trial. If that means cutting out favors or other items that are not important to you that your guests won’t miss, then do that.

Post # 6
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63 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I definitely think you should do a trial.  One of my best friends did not do a trial before the wedding and ended up hating her hair!  She spent so much time taking it out and trying to fix it that everything else got delayed.  If there is any way to squeeze it into the budget, I think it would certainly be worth it!

Post # 8
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

It’s always great to have a trial~ I had 2 separate ones…and i wasn’t happy about either because it just didn’t suit my style.  But I got to try different things out because I wnet to the same salon for my hair (as my wedding hair dresser) so when I received a service like a full coloring, she would play around with my hair and it got me thinking.

And I am glad i did it! i was super happy with the result.  I just think that flowers wade, food gets digested – only how beautiful you feel and look (in the photos!) matters! ^^

Post # 9
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I was trying to stick to a budget too and I lost a possible hairstylist that I liked because of that.  After doing multiple trials with other stylists, I never managed to find one that completely made me happy.  Your wedding is a very important day.  Don’t be stingy like me and regret it.  I ended up settling for another stylist.

If I could do things over, I would just suck it up and pay for the trial with the expensive stylist that I was considering. 

Ask if she could do a discount if you decide to use her for the actual day or if your bridesmaids use her too.

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