Wedding hair stylist

posted 4 months ago in Beauty
Post # 2
5349 posts
Bee Keeper

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@bumble89:  I have a regular hair person who’s about a 10-minute drive from where I live but I don’t even know if she does wedding hair to be honest. If I have to guess, she doesn’t.  I just go there to get haircuts and that’s it, nothing more.

On the other hand, my group of friends and I have the same person do our hair and makeup for photo shoots, weddings or any other special events. It started with one of our friend’s wedding and we were all in the bridal party. We loved his work so much. He has a regular hair salon but it’s too far north in the city and almost an hour drive one-way if there’s traffic. So, he is always our go-to person when we need glamming up. 

In your case, maybe lookup weddingwire or the knot for bridal Hair and Makeup in your area?

Post # 3
595 posts
Busy bee

I went on Yelp and read reviews of hair stylists who specialize in wedding day hair. For something as important as my wedding, I wasn’t going to take any chances on random hair dressers who spend most of their time cutting hair, not styling it for fancy events.

Post # 4
838 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2020

I asked my photographer for recommendations. 

Post # 5
515 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2021

I used the knot and WeddingWire for hair/makeup.Sorted by ratings on WeddingWire instead of featured. It took quite a while to find anyone I liked for hair or makeup because, to be blunt, everyone features white clients so heavily it took a lot to find vendors that could work with my skin/hair type. But if you’re white there are a lot of options for you there.

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