(Closed) Wedding hairstylist dilemma–Really don't know what to do. Help!

posted 5 years ago in Beauty
Post # 2
1493 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

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DrunkInLove :  I would just tell her that you don’t want to burden her anymore with doing your hair and 7 others on your wedding day, and you’d feel much more comfortable if she came to the wedding as a guest and you will hire someone closer to your home for the hair the day of the wedding.

Post # 3
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Sugar bee

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DrunkInLove :  I would tell her that you’re concerned about her because of all the stress she’s under and that you would prefer she just attend your wedding as a guest instead of running herself into the ground trying to do everyone’s hair. I would also just let the deposit go.

Post # 4
150 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

Tell her… “I’m gonna need you on my big day as more than just my hairstylist. Anyone can do my hair but no one can be you and be by my side. I need you celebrating next to me, being my friend. I’ve hired someone else to do hair because i want you to save all your energy dancing the night away with me, not standing on your feet doing hair for 20 people.”

Post # 5
248 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

I would tell her you did not like the hairstyle and explain why. I am particularly fond of my hairstylist (though haven’t known him as long) and it was difficult to tell him I was dissatisfied with the trial, but I did, and we discussed it, made other plans and he did a fabulous job on my wedding day. It rained at my outdoor, by the water wedding, and my hair stayed in and remained not frizzy all night. You have to talk to her about it before bailing and voice your concerns. She’s a professional who can handle that. It will hurt her if you cancel without giving her a chance to make it right. 

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