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Kerry Capewell advice for brides in the lead up to the big day

Kerry Capewell, Hair Colour Expert advice for brides

 

Kerry Capewell, Hair Colour Expert for the UK Hair Colour Helpline (0845 601 8129) has this advice for brides in the lead up to the big day:

"Try and keep hair as natural as possible - maybe using low lighting/highlighting techniques, in twoshades either lighter or darker than your natural shade, as this creates a more subtle change of colour. Remember, you want to be pleased with your wedding photos for the rest of your life - fashionable shades may look great now but perhaps not in 20 years!

Bridal and Honeymoon Hair Care Tips

Kerry Capewell, Hair care expert and stylist at Naturtint

 

On average, how long does hair take to do on the day- is a hair rehearsal really necessary?

The time needed to perfect a wedding day hairstyle depends entirely on the look each bride opts for. If a simple blow-dry is chosen, 45 minutes should suffice so allow yourself an hour for hair on the big day, or if you are having a more complicated up do or intricate style you need to allow for at least 2 hours, particularly if the style will require setting first. A trial run is essential to ensure your style will stay in place throughout your big day and that you are comfortable wearing it for so long. You can also use your trial to test how long you need to allow for your hair on the day of your wedding.

Michelle Keegan reveals all her bridal beauty tips

Micripolish Dermabrasion by BeautyLab

 

With her glowing skin and luscious locks on her Wedding day earlier this year, there's no denying that actress Michelle Keegan looked nothing less than flawless in her custom gown.

When she walked down the aisle with Mark Wright in gorgeous Suffolk surroundings, Michelle Keegan showcased her radiant skin, shiny hair and flawless nails. That's why we are super excited that she has spilled the contents of her bridal beauty bag to reveal all of the products that she just cannot live without.

Last Minute Bridal Beauty

Last Minute Bridal Beauty Rose De Mai Skin Smoothing Treatment Candle

 

It’s the night before the wedding and you’ve planned everything down to a tee: the venue looks amazing, the groomsmen and bridesmaids have their outfits pressed and ready to go and your flowers are due to arrive at 10AM sharp the next day. Now it’s time to take some time out for yourself to ensure you’re relaxed, calm and ready for the big day.

1. Take some time out “The night before take some time to unwind and treat yourself to a leisurely soak in the bath” suggests Georgie Cleeve, Founder of OSKIA nutritional skincare.

Be calm and stress-free in the run-up to your wedding

Maxine Stead, founder of health and wellbeing spa Alexandra House

Planning your wedding can be one of the most stressful periods of your life so it’s important to keep your nerves in check as you put your wedding plans into place.

Maxine Stead, founder of health and wellbeing spa Alexandra House, advises how you can stay stress-free to ensure you’ll not only enjoy the big day but also take your good health on your honeymoon and back home again to start your new married life.

Creating balance is important for both your mind and body. If you don’t look after yourself, you’ll get run down and risk becoming ill, or you’ll turn into the dreaded bridezilla and stress out your nearest and dearest as well as yourself! Worse still, you may become disorganised and forget about something crucial.