Post # 1
I am just curious how far in advance you typically schedule your hair and make up trials before the wedding. I’ve noticed to secure a date you schedule a trial, but I have no idea where to begin with this. I would love to hear what people have done and have found to work or not work out.
Post # 3
hi, Im geting married in october and i just had my first hair trial. ive got several styles im interested in and wanted to get a head start on finding the right one. so i dont think its ever too early. if you have a salon and a stylist in mind that you know youre gonna go with then id say you could start two months or maybe even three months before the wedding, but even then most of the best stylist have long waiting lists…i guess, long story short…its never too early to start.
Post # 4
i had to do mine 6 months before the wedding because it’s out of town for me. as long as you have your dress and don’t plan on making major hair changes, i think 6 months ahead is a good amount of time. that gives you plenty of time to find a backup if you hate the trial…if you wait until a month or two before, all of the others might be booked.
Post # 5
I got married December 31, and I had my hair and makeup trial the first weekend in December. I probably could have done it earlier, but it worked out just fine!
Post # 6
I had mine 5 months before the wedding. Just as kitzy says, it gives you enough time to find a backup if needed. I ended up loving the trial and so I was able to book the hairstylist on the spot (she was already booking up for my wedding month).
Post # 7
Thanks bees! I appreciate it…I am going to talk with the stylist and see if we can have the trial 6 months out that sounds like a good idea, and timing wise works well for my work schedule.