5 Questions to Ask Your Wedding Hairstylist

Choosing a wedding hairstylist is an incredibly important decision. After all, you want to make sure that your hair looks perfect on the big day. To help make sure that you choose the best possible wedding hairstylist for your wedding, here are 5 questions that you should definitely ask before deciding.

What is Your Experience ?

The first question you should ask your potential wedding hairstylist is about their experience. Find out how long they have been in business and what kind of weddings they typically do. You should also inquire about their personal background – have they worked with models or celebrities? What kind of education have they received? Are they proficient with all hair types? These answers will give you a better idea of their qualifications as a professional hairstylist and help you decide if they are right for the job.

Can I See Pictures Of Your Work?

The second question to ask your potential wedding hairstylist is whether or not they can provide pictures of previous work done for other clients. Seeing actual photos of work the stylist has done in the past will give you an idea of the kind of style and quality level that can be expected from them on the big day. You can also see which hair types they have worked on and it gives you the opportunity to get a feel for how well their style will fit with your own personal look.

Do You Have Any Suggestions For My Hairstyle?

Another important question to ask your potential wedding hairstylist is whether or not they have any suggestions for what kind of style would look best on your particular face shape and hair type. Even if you already have a specific style in mind, it’s good to get some creative input from someone who knows exactly what works best. Getting a second opinion can also help ensure that everything looks perfect on the big day and chatting your options through can give you ideas you may not have thought of but could be perfect for you.

Do You Offer Trial Runs And/Or Consultations?

The fourth question to ask when choosing a wedding hairstylist is whether or not they offer trial runs and/or consultations prior to the big day. We advise trial runs as they allow both parties involved (the client and the stylist) to get comfortable with one another and establish expectations for how things will go on the actual wedding day. It also puts everyone’s mind at ease knowing exactly how things will go on the day. The trial consultation gives both parties an opportunity to discuss ideas for styling and go over specifics such as timing, cost, etc., so there are no surprises later on down the road!

What Products Would You Use On My Hair?

Finally, it’s always important to inquire about which products will be used on your hair during styling sessions leading up to and including your wedding day. This helps ensure that no harsh chemicals or ingredients are being used which could damage or irritate your scalp and/or hair follicles in any way. Knowing exactly which products are being used also helps prevent allergic reactions or other medical issues which could occur if something unexpected were applied directly onto your skin without prior knowledge. Make sure you voice any concerns over products and tell your stylist about any reactions you’ve experienced to products in the past.

Asking these five questions before hiring a wedding hairstylist can ensure that everything goes smoothly, which is exactly what you want on one of the most important days of your life! Care out some time to research potential candidates carefully, so that when it comes time for styling, everything goes off without a hitch! With these 5 questions answered beforehand, you can rest assured that both yourself and your wedding hairstylist are perfectly prepared for your special day!

If you’re searching for a makeup artist for your special day then check out the top 5 questions to ask them here and if you’d like to chat with us about what we could do for you then book a free consultation call with Camilla here.

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