With bridal season upon us, it seems one of the most common questions in the hair industry are about timing appointments before the big day. How far in advance should I color? Should I get a touch up a few days before? Before you panic over appointment-setting, let your BLNDN be your guide. Here's our tried-and-true schedule for a seamless wedding day.
6 months before: This is the best time to go lighter, darker, or any type of "new" color; even just a shade. You'll want to make sure your new shade works in every type of lighting, with your skin tone, and works well with your new BLNDN toners and conditioners.
3 months before: Start doing your hair and makeup trials. Book your beauty team (hair, makeup, nails if necessary), and set up appointments for you and your wedding party. Stock up on essentials for the big day that your stylist will need: HOLD YOU, KEEP YOU, AND SAVE YOU.
2 Weeks Before: Make an appointment for a trim, so you'll still have plenty of time before the big day for the new cut to settle. You should also touch up your roots and color at this time.
The week of: Do a deep-conditioning treatment with REPAIR YOU to keep locks shiny and supple on the big day. Use at least twice the week of the wedding, massaging gently from scalp through ends for 3-5 minutes each application.
The day of: Wash with QUENCH YOU and follow with NOURISH YOU in the early morning for clean, healthy, and lively locks on your big day. Have your stylist set your style with HOLD YOU for an all-day 'do that will last for pictures, I do's, and serious dance moves.
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