It's one of the most common questions we are asked when it comes to booking bridal services. Below I am listing a few of our favorites tips to ensure a successful bridal visit to Expressions Salon and Spa!
Monthly Facials or a Consistent Skincare Routine
Taking care of your skin is important to ensure you look exceptionally radiant for your big day! Whether you are scheduling monthly facials with our skincare professionals or have an at home routine that works for you, skincare is number one!
Up Your Daily Water Intake
This is vital not only leading up to your wedding, but also as a golden rule of thumb in your day to day life. Drinking a lot of water will help flush out your skin and leave you ready to take on the day!
Color Your Hair with a Stylist You Trust 2 Weeks Prior
If you are one to color your hair, we highly suggest scheduling your color appointment approximately 2 weeks prior to your wedding day. Making this appointment with a stylist you know and trust is highly suggested to ensure you get exactly what you are looking for.
Increase Collagen Intake
Adding collagen into your daily lifestyle can pose a lot of benefits to your life including: increase hair and nail growth as well as brightening your skin!
Bi-Weekly Conditioning Treatments
If you haven't already, looking into a solid at home conditioning treatment is never a bad item to add in your shower. We like to suggest bi-weekly at home conditioning treatments for our guests to give their hair the boost and love it needs! We retail three different conditioning treatments: KHO Intensive Treatment, CBD Mask, and our Moi Moi Masque.
Wash Your Hair
Let's just go ahead and squash the myth I am sure you've heard time and time again. Please wash your hair 1-2 days before your bridal services, we do not need your hair to be dirty in order to create a formal style. And as always, we ask that you arrive with clean dry hair.
So there you have it, a few of our best tips and tricks to ensure a successful trip to the salon on your wedding day! We cannot wait to see you on your first stop to the alter!