It makes sense that you’d want to choose your Wedding hairstyle carefully, with all eyes on you and photos that last a lifetime!
The right hairstyle should match you and complement your wedding dress. It should seamlessly fit in with the look you’ve created for the day whether it be relaxed, glamourous or romantic.
This is why choosing your perfect wedding hairstyle does deserve a little planning, and often why we see brides in the salon up to a year before their wedding to help plan with them.
So where do you begin finding your perfect wedding style? Let’s start with extensions!
Book your free consultation.
All you need to do is book in for your free consultation with one of our expert stylists. We can help establish what kind of costs are involved in having hair extensions and discuss an optimum timeline leading up to the day to ensure they are looking their best. We can also fit a free test piece of each method for you to wear for a week or two so you can establish how they feel and which one you like best, if any.
Pick your stylist and style!
Once you have had your consultation with us you will have a good idea of what can be achieved with hair extensions, and you will know which method, amount and length you are having fitted. You can take that information to your wedding day hairstylists and decide on a hairstyle.
We often advise having your hair extensions fitted 2-3 weeks before your wedding. This allows time for us to adjust anything for you, such as adding or taking away hair, restyling and cutting. The hair extensions themselves take on more body once washed and styled a few times and look their best after 2 weeks. This also allows time for the hair extensions to grow out a little bit which makes wearing them in a up style more comfortable.
No matter how far away your wedding day is, or if you’re not sure that extensions are right for you. We are still more than happy to see you in the salon and discuss the options available with a free consultation.
Sarah McKenna is the founder of Vixen & Blush and The London Hair Lab. Sarah graduated as a research biochemist in 2005 and started a career within the pharmaceutical industry, before becoming a hair extensions expert. In 2010, Sarah gained insight into the hair extensions industry and could see that clients had a very poor value/quality proposition. At that time, poor-quality hair extensions were available, at prohibitively high prices. Sarah left her initial career and set out on a mission to improve the hair extensions industry in the UK, using her research and development skills.
Spending 3 years securing a high-quality and sustainable supply of human hair, Sarah then developed new products and fitting techniques to allow long-term refits of the same hair. In this way, Sarah was able to offer hair extensions services at a more affordable price to clients, while improving the quality of the service for her clients.
With Vixen & Blush starting in 2012 as a 1 chair salon in London, Sarah quickly grew the business to what it is today, a team of more than 20 hair professionals working together as London’s leading hair extensions specialists.
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