Hair Care Before Your Big Day? What To Do In Advance

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Taking care of your hair is a year long effort. From the changing of products with the changing of seasons, to the haircuts every 3 months and of course the must have new hair regimens your hairdresser introduces to you to keep it strong and shiny. That’s why hair care before your wedding day is something you need to factor in as well both in regards to cost but also for time as well. No one wants messy unkept hair on their big day but what’s probably worse than that is hair that visibly looks dull and dry. So we’ve listed all the hair care routines and regimens you should consider doing and when to start them to make sure your hair is luscious and long way into your honeymoon. 

Time It Out 

Especially if you are doing treatments, timing out your hair regimens will help you get a general idea and focus as to when you need to start the process. Some hair treatments need up to 9 to 12 months prior for them to effectively start working, especially if you are considering growth treatments or similar treatments like that. For antidandruff and or dry and dull hair 3 to 6 months prior is the ideal timing to get your hair in tip top shape and sorted beautifully. If you are doing a straightening treatment or a protein treatment that would need a solid 6 months prior as well. It’s important to figure out what treatments you would like to do early on that way you are not stressed on time. 

Lock It Up 

Your locks of hair are your best friend and indicator to how you hair is doing. If they are dry and jagged in the end then maybe you should consider a haircut or to trim the ends. If you feel that the moisture in your hair is significantly dropping then it might also be the time to do a deep conditioning mask, although it’s recommended to do that once a week or every 10 days regularly. If you are not doing an at home deep conditioning treatment then you should do one at the hairdressers preferably every 3 months so that it’s healthy and nourished. 

It’s also important to note that you should be shampooing less especially if your routine consists of a shower every day or every other day. Shampoos tend to dry out the scalp and hair follicle so it’s recommended to shampoo every 2 - 3 days to maintain the natural oils in your hair and the moisture as well. 

Read more: The Bride: 6 Nighttime Haircare Methods You Should Adopt

Your Diet Is Everything 

Haircare much like skincare is a direct result of what you put into your body and a tell all indicator about your hydration habits. Meaning if you don’t eat well and don’t hydrate enough it’ll likely present itself in your hair quality and health. A diet rich in greens, eggs, berries, avocados, fish, nuts, and seeds, along with your daily intake of 5 litres of water per day is definitely going to make a difference in regards to hair health and overall shine.  

 

Taking care of your hair is a year long effort. From the changing of products with the changing of seasons, to the haircuts every 3 months and of course the must have new hair regimens your hairdresser introduces to you to keep it strong and shiny. That’s why hair care before your wedding day is something you need to factor in as well both in regards to cost but also for time as well. No one wants messy unkept hair on their big day but what’s probably worse than that is hair that visibly looks dull and dry. So we’ve listed all the hair care routines and regimens you should consider doing and when to start them to make sure your hair is luscious and long way into your honeymoon. 

Time It Out 

Especially if you are doing treatments, timing out your hair regimens will help you get a general idea and focus as to when you need to start the process. Some hair treatments need up to 9 to 12 months prior for them to effectively start working, especially if you are considering growth treatments or similar treatments like that. For antidandruff and or dry and dull hair 3 to 6 months prior is the ideal timing to get your hair in tip top shape and sorted beautifully. If you are doing a straightening treatment or a protein treatment that would need a solid 6 months prior as well. It’s important to figure out what treatments you would like to do early on that way you are not stressed on time. 

Lock It Up 

Your locks of hair are your best friend and indicator to how you hair is doing. If they are dry and jagged in the end then maybe you should consider a haircut or to trim the ends. If you feel that the moisture in your hair is significantly dropping then it might also be the time to do a deep conditioning mask, although it’s recommended to do that once a week or every 10 days regularly. If you are not doing an at home deep conditioning treatment then you should do one at the hairdressers preferably every 3 months so that it’s healthy and nourished. 

It’s also important to note that you should be shampooing less especially if your routine consists of a shower every day or every other day. Shampoos tend to dry out the scalp and hair follicle so it’s recommended to shampoo every 2 - 3 days to maintain the natural oils in your hair and the moisture as well. 

Read more: The Bride: 6 Nighttime Haircare Methods You Should Adopt

Your Diet Is Everything 

Haircare much like skincare is a direct result of what you put into your body and a tell all indicator about your hydration habits. Meaning if you don’t eat well and don’t hydrate enough it’ll likely present itself in your hair quality and health. A diet rich in greens, eggs, berries, avocados, fish, nuts, and seeds, along with your daily intake of 5 litres of water per day is definitely going to make a difference in regards to hair health and overall shine.  

 

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