Post # 1
So, I got a spa finder gift certificate at my shower and I’m thinking of using part of it to get my hair did at a fancy salon. The only problem is that “wedding” hair is 2x the price of regular hair. This wouldn’t be such a big deal, except that my hair is SHORT, and I just wanted to get a finger wave done.
Is there a reason (besides full disclosure) that I should get the Wedding hair instead of the Bridal Hair? I could understand it if it were an updo tht needed some serious shelaquing, but a finger wave is easy- especially on hair like mine.
Post # 3
@bellatrixed: I wouldn’t tell them. I could see it if your hair were super long and you would take two or three hours of time. But you would, more than likely, not take over an hour. I am sure they will receive plenty of money for that one hour of time on your “special occasion” hair. Good luck!
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2014 - Twin Oaks Garden House
I wondered this myself. I have long hair but I just want it curled all night. no updo. I would like to know from a hair dresser stand point why is the prices so much more when you say wedding???? I understand ones that comem to the hotel and do your hair there but if its at a salon why such a big difference. might as well come to my hotel room and do my hair there!! lol
Post # 5
At the salon I went to it was $20 more for bridal hair because of veil placement and they used 1000000X more hair product to make sure it kept all day!
But for finger waves? Definitely just the special occasion hair!
Post # 6
@BrandNewBride: Yeah, we’re talking a difference of $65. I wonder if they’re serving champagne & gold plated strawberries or something. Good LORD. I hate new york city prices, but I really want to have a fancy salon experience on someone elses dime. 😛