Do I need a trial?
A bridal trial is a great way to finalise your wedding day look. If you are unsure of the hairstyle you want I would recommend a trial, it helps give you the chance to try out several hairstyles , discuss your current hair condition and seek any professional advise that is required leading up to your wedding day. It is also a great opportunity to ask any questions relating to the wedding day and feedback any information you want the Bridal Specialist to know prior to the big day. Your wedding day Hair and Make up is important, it helps complete your wedding day look.
Where does a trial take place ?
This depends on who you book but for me a trial can take place in either my home studio or at your home/holiday location. If you have booked with a salon I expect it will take place in the salon however, they may too offer home visits.
How should I prepare my hair for my trial?
I prefer to work with freshly washed and dried hair and then I can advise my brides if I feel it needs to be any different on the wedding day. Many brides think they need two day old hair but hairdressing has evolved so much in the way of creativity /trends and products supplied that two day old hair is definitely a thing of the past.
What should I bring to my trial ?
If you are having a veil then I would recommend bringing it along, I do advise my brides to buy there bridal accessories after the trials as else a hairstyle can end up being created around an accessory rather than you and what you require. If you have seen something you like in a bridal shop then I would recommend taking a photo of it to bring along and then we can discuss how it would work within the hairstyle.
I am having flowers in my hair on my wedding day.
If you are having flowers then it might be worth popping to a local florist to get flowers to bring along to give you an idea of what the flowers will look like.
I am not visiting Cornwall until the day before the wedding should I have a trial?
This is something I can't answer and it needs to be decided by my brides, I always say to my brides if I am available I am more than happy to do your trial the day/night before your wedding.
Do members of the bridal party have a trial as well?
I never mind doing a trial for additional members of the bridal party but it is not essential.