Frequently Asked Questions

How do I book you for my wedding? 

Please fill out an enquiry via my contact form on the homepage, or send me an email with the wedding date and information. I will then check my availability and get back to you providing you with a full quote (including trial and travel costs). If you’re happy with your quote, then a £50 deposit is required by bank transfer in order to secure your date (this will be deducted from your balance). 

When do I need to have my trial? 

I recommended no sooner than 2 months before your wedding date, as this way you're hair length will not have changed too dramatically before the big day! 


Can I have my trial on a weekend? 

Due to most of my weekends often being booked up with weddings I tend to offer trials on Fridays. However, if a weekend is required then I will do my best to accommodate this. 


Do my bridesmaids need a trial? 

This is entirely yours and your bridesmaid’s decision. Often if all bridesmaids are having the same style then one bridesmaid will have a trial.

How long does a trial usually take? 

I book 60-90 minutes per trial for brides and bridesmaids. A trial is usually enough time to discuss styles and trial one/two styles and tweak them until you're happy with the finished look. Anything more than this and the hair can become difficult to rework with the products and previous styling already in the hair. 


Do I need my veil and hair accessories for my trial? 

If you have purchased your veil and any hair piece beforehand, I can then adapt the style to suit these. However, others have their hair trial first and then choose their hair accessories to fit the hairstyle.


When is best to wash my hair for my wedding? 

Usually I advise to wash you're hair the night before the wedding, as this ensures the hair is not to silky and it will make it more manageable to work with. However, if you're hair can be quite greasy then the morning of the wedding is fine.


Will you travel to my bridal preparation venue? 

Yes, I can come to your home or venue on your wedding morning. There may be an extra charge for travel costs. 


Once I've paid my deposit, is my wedding date now booked? 

Yes, once I've received a deposit of £50, your wedding date is then secured and you can book a trial when you're ready. 


Can I have a trial before paying a deposit? 

Yes, but you will be charged a trial fee for that appointment. This is not recommended until your £50 deposit is received as your wedding date could be offered to other interested parties. 


How long will the hair styling take my wedding day? 

This will depend on a variety of things including the amount of people wanting their hair doing on the day, hairstyles and hair types. We can discuss this in detail during your trial. 

How many people's hair can be done on the day? 

This all depends on the ceremony time and the types of hairstyles.