The Process.

Booking.

After completing the preliminary booking form, and paying the booking fee, your date will be confirmed.  I will then email you to get as much information as possible about the wedding style and any ideas you have for your hair for the day and to arrange a date for the trial.  If you have a Pinterest account then you can share your board with me. I gather all the details I can, so that I'm armed with everything I need before the trial.

The Bridal Edit

The Trial.

The trial will generally take place at your home. I will arrive with a full kit of hair styling products along with a mirror. All I need from you is a room with good light, a table and a chair. It's best if your hair is dry and unstyled. We'll then discuss styles, products, pieces, extensions and hair accessories and look at any photos you've gathered of the style and look you're trying to achieve. I'll then proceed with the full trial.

The Bridal Edit

The Big Day.

Timings will be carefully worked out after your trial when we've established the style that you want and the number of people in your bridal party. In general, I like to allow at least an hour and a half for the bride's hair and then approximately one hour for each extra person who requires hair services.  If you've got several bridesmaids and it's an early wedding then we'll need to get an early start! 

The Bridal Edit

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