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Not that we need to say it, we absolutely love taking your photos! But we also want you to look great while we do it! So we would love to introduce Olivia from Charleston Bridal Hair and Makeup. Olivia is a local Hair and Makeup Artist here in Charleston, SC. She is ready to pamper you with all your hair and makeup needs. If you are getting ready for your engagement session, or your wedding day, Olivia is ready to help make you look picture-perfect. She provided us with four hair and makeup tips for your big day and all moments leading up to it.
Your first hair and makeup wedding day tip. Dirty hair is better than clean hair! I know, you’ve probably all heard that one before but it’s worth saying again! There’s always one girl in the group that will voice she must wash her hair the morning of or it’ll be “greasy.” If you feel you must shampoo the morning of to feel your best, I say go right ahead, girlfriend! There are some really great products now that can give the hair the “grit” (for lack of a better word) it needs to hold! I’d never want to work with actual dirty hair but if it’s too clean it makes the job harder than it needs to be. Shampoo and condition the night before and you should be good to go by morning.
Always do a trial run with your stylist! This is a big one and a must “Hair and Makeup tip for the wedding day!” Even if it’s just meeting for coffee and going over your vision board, I think it’s so important to meet and allow your stylist to see the hair they will be working with. This allows them to say, “Yeah! This is going to be beautiful on you and you have the perfect hair for it!” Or she might say, “Hey this is stunning and it would look beautiful on you BUT we need to get you some extension to pull this off.” There are so many things that could factor into pulling off your bridal vision and your stylist is the expert on it and know how to make it happen! #ittakesapro
Treat your bridal party to at least one service on the big day. Your friends have been to all the parties. They went to the showers, the brunches, and the bachelorette weekends. They are here again to celebrate you on the long-awaited big day. We are sure they likely bought the dresses, the shoes, the gift, and the plane tickets! Tip: Thank them