Coloring your hair before your wedding is a good idea for any bride to be. Share your ideas and thoughts with your stylist and be open to her opinion and suggestions. Start working toward your haircolor goal several months before the big day. Soft, subtle highlights or color glazes are great options for brides because both will leave hair with plenty of shine and dimension. Also, no matter which color you choose, have your roots touched up one to two weeks before your wedding. If you are lucky enough to have a naturally beautiful haircolor, keep it but a week before your wedding get a deep conditioning treatment for maximum shine. Keep your haircolor a natural looking hue for the wedding and remember that pre-wedding haircolor experimentation isnít such a good idea.
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