Post # 1
Did anyone bring their veil to their hair trial? I don’t really want to in case it gets dirty or damaged but I am wearing combs in my hair and they have to be in the right place to go with the veil. Should I bring the veil and keep the bottom in a bag or something or not bring it and just try out the style and let the stylist figure out the placement on wedding day?
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2018 - Holy Family Catholic Church, reception: National Infantry Museum
My hairdresser specifically asked me to bring my veil along with me. You might want to ask if she needs it?
Post # 4
My hairdresser requested I bring it, I would think it necessary to bring it.
Post # 5
Thanks! I guess I’ll bring it!
Post # 6
You could always ask your hair stylist if she has combs/veils (or even tiaras or flowers) that she lets brides try on with their hair trials, in the instance that a bride may be afraid of damaging her veil (: Hope this helps!
Post # 7
I would highly recommend that you bring your veil and acessories to your trial session. In general worrying about your veil being dirty shouldn’t be problem especally if your artist/hair stylist has a studio, it should be clean and well maintained for the clients (whcih is usually the case). I provide my clients with sample hair acessories, veils, and tiaras for them to try on so they can get a general idea of the look, but usually these are for clients that still haven’t purchased their acessories yet and need ideas on brainstorming what looks best.
Clients that bring their own veils will have an advantage because they will know exactly how the veil will look like on their hair. There are so many different veil shapes/types/styles that it may look different when you use your artist’s trial veils compared to your actual veil.
If you are really worried about the veil being dirty then I think wrapping the bottom would be a good idea. Just make sure not to do itso tight where you can create creases or where it will prevent your veil to flow. Another suggestion is just to have the makeup artist/hair stylist hold the bottom up for you so it doesn’t touch the ground.
Post # 8
I totally forgot mine for the trial but it all worked out fine the day of my wedding. If can it is best to bring it! 🙂
Post # 9
I actually didn’t have a veil picked out at the time, but my stylist had a bunch of sample veils so I could get an idea of the completed "look". It was probably more for me than for her, since she’s the pro and knows exactly what she’s doing and has done it a million times.