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HAIR & BEAUTY CHOOSE THE LOOK


Colour can play a crucial part as much as anything when it comes to how you will look on your big day. Due to powerful camera lenses a bad colour will show 10 times more than a normal lense. So have an idea or a picture to hand of the desired colour and style and show to your stylist. T ey will off er you advice and plan your hair appointments so that you have the perfect hair colour and look.


BEHIND THE SCENES


TRIAL


It’s a good idea to have this done when you have chosen your dress. Any pictures that you can get of make up ideas is always handy, the same with hairstyles. We always have an in depth consultation with our brides understanding their background on make up regime, hairstyles and accessories.


It’s essential you feel like YOU on your big day or a million dollar version of yourself. If you are not comfortable it will show, we aim to try two looks in our trials so you can always compare, as sometimes what you have in mind doesn’t always feel the best... Brides are moving away from the


more natural look now in favour


of more’ Hollywood Glamour’, don’t be alarmed if your make up artist uses more products or if it feels heavier, its all about prep and prime getting your base perfect is a must to give you fl awless smooth make up that lasts all day.


For those that want a particular style but your hair is not long enough then you can always use clip in Remi Extensions or for a more permanent fi xture have some micro bead extensions which last up to 6 months.


Nobody will ever know, our stylists will colour match them to your hair!


www.barbarellahair.co.uk | Tel: 01604 601117 | 79 St Giles Street


Hair by Barbarella Hair Photography by Sarah Vivienne


Dresses by Charlotte Harley Bridal Boutique


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