Long hair styling educator Lorna Evans has been in the industry for over 30 years and specialises in bespoke bridal hairdressing. We asked her what you should expect from your bridal hairdresser.
Getting your hair just right involves putting a lot of trust in your stylist. This should start with a face shape and lifestyle consultation to work out a plan that suits you. Ideally, your hair trial should be pre-booked for two to four weeks before the big day.
Bridal styling is very creative, even for the simplest looks, so choose a stylist who has both the passion and skill for styling.
Be prepared for your trial. Set up a folder on your phone with all the looks you like, along with a picture of your dress.
Finally, what’s hot in bridal hair fashion this season:
Accessories are big - tiaras, chains, charms, and loads of fresh flowers, including baby’s breath.
Braids are very much the thing and are best worn loose. Look at rope, fishtail and knot braids.
Hair down and even half up-half down is super popular, but preparation for a lasting curl is extremely important.
To see the work I teach to stylists, visit www.lornaevanseducation.com.au
For all wedding party inquiries, call me direct on 0413 488 570 or email [email protected]
A: 8 Blake St, Mornington
T: 5977 0711