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Special Occasion

 

Special OccasionsIf your special occasion is a homecoming, a prom, a wedding, or just a night out with a special person, then your hairstyle is just as important as your attire for completing your elegant look.

Formal hairstyles come in all lengths–long, medium, and short. Also, hairstyles vary greatly: curling it, twisting it, braiding it, or just letting it hang loose. The stylists here at Michael’s can create waves, bouncy curls, retro curls, locks, bangs, a cute half-up ‘do which is oh-so-cute, or a combination of a few styles. When you are seeking that perfect hairstyle, you should consider the event type and what you are wearing, and then let a professional complete that elegant look for you.  Click here for some other helpful tips

We  do schedule appointments for the bride, groom, attendants, mother-of-the-bride , mother-of -the- groom, and any other  family member and/or friends that you wish to include on your day.

Our stylist/artist are willing to travel to your location or you may bring your entire party to the salon for the elegance and excitement of everyone enjoying your day.

 

 

5 Tips For the Professional to Make That Wedding Day a Success

By Maggie Mulhern | 07/07/2014 11:51:00 AM  

  • MODERN met with Rachel Borrelli, owner of Salon Le Rae of Wallingford, Connecticut, as she was prepping bride Kim Wakefield for her wedding to Josh Woolf. Borelli managed to share her tips to the salon professional to make the big day go smoothly for both the bride AND the hairdresser:

                 1. Make sure to eat A LOT before the prep. “Chances are you will not get a chance to eat once you get started.

                     You may have several people, including the wedding party, lined up for prep.

                      You will not be able to stop for a bite.

                2. Make sure everyone comes with DRY hair.

                    “The last thing you want to do is take the time to dry the hair before styling.”

                3. Make sure to tell the bride or bridesmaids to NOT use a flat iron before prep.

                   “Hair that has been pre-flatironed may prevent any added curl from holding.”

               4. Charge appropriately. Offer a flat rate, and make sure to include a travel

                     “If I am going to the event there is an additional fee to cover time and mileage.”

               5. Go with the flow. “Remember, this is not about YOU, it is about the bride. It is her day.

                    Prepare for emotions and perhaps some drama.

                    The beauty professional can be the one to keep her on schedule and possibly divert her nerves.

– See more at: http://www.firstchair.com/news/student-news/5-Tips-For-The-Professional-to-Make-That-Wedding-Day-A-Success-265560461.html#sthash.QwEo00Gw.dpuf