Bridal Hair

With our skin now glowing and our lips perfectly kissable, its time to move onto hair!

Bride-to-be and one of my best friends, Sian, has EXTREMELY thick hair- and like myself relies on So Coco Rouge hair stylist Kelly to look after her locks on a 6 weekly basis! But in-between appointments she treats her hair to weekly treatments and regular doses of extra hydration! Essential when your Wedding day is looming!

As Sian’s hair has a tendency to wave under humidity (think Monica from Friends in Barbados…) she swears by Lanza and their Healing Smooth range in particular. This range contains Coix Seed which eases frizz, waves and curls, leaving hair sleek and super straight with a glossy shine! Sian uses the Glossifying Shampoo and Conditioner twice a week, to keep her locks looking luscious.

Whilst her hair is still wet, Sian likes to use Moroccan Oil, treatment which not only helps reduce drying time, but also protects against styling and environmental damage whilst adding shine Containing fatty acids, omega-3 oils, vitamins and anti-oxidants, this is a product no professional hair stylist should be without. 
As a weekly treat, a nourishing mask is a great addition to your hair care regime! Loreal Ever Sleek Smooth mask is Sian’s current favourite. This  non-sulphate mask. is perfected for frizz prone locks and those which have exposed to excess heat and colour. 

Simply apply to wet hair and leave for 5 minutes before rinsing away, leaving softer locks!

Even when using intensive treatments and protectors, its still ultra important to have a trim every 6-8 weeks, simply to remove any split ends. This is even more important on the run up to your big day!  Make sure you have your appointments booked in advance to alleviate any pre-wedding stress.

Next up, we’ll be looking at making our hands in tip-top condition for the all important ‘ring’ shot!

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