(Closed) No hair trial?

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
9029 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

I would say it depends on the type of hair you have and the style you have in mind. If your hair is average length and texture that the stylist is used to working with and you have a very simple style in mind then it should be fine. I didnt get to do a trial either, but I did go in to see the stylist a couple of weeks before so she could get a look and feel of my hair since I  had extensions put in. I had a very simple updo so it all worked out for me.


Post # 4
5 posts

@kay01:  At my wedding, i did not do a hair trial, and it turned out very nice 🙂 I think it depends on how elaborate you want your hair to be… If she’s a professional, she does this all the time! They’re used to one shot stylings.

also, what if you fall in love with the trial, and the day of your hair doesn’t quite curl the same way.. better to live in the moment i say!Enjoy your day, don’t think about what “might” happen or what “could have” been!

Post # 5
130 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

I don’t plan on having a hair trial.  If you’re a busy person who doesn’t spend 2 hours a week at the salon, and you know the hairdresser is good, I’m sure you will be thrilled with the results on your big day.

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