Help for Bridal Hairstylists

weddign hair and bridal hairstyle tutorial hairstyling by Pam Wrigley

BRIDAL HAIRSTYLists HELP & ADVICE

We are experts in bridal hairstyling


We’ve collected together our all-time favourite help for bridal hairstylists blogs. And whats more, each one is packed with help and advice for hair stylists.

So, whether you are just starting out, or if you are a bridal hairstylist already working out there, read on!

As bridal hairstylists, we have to be versatile. Because we never know who’s hair we might have to style on the morning of the wedding.

Bridal Hairstyle Kit Essentials

You can get started in your new career as a wedding hair stylist without breaking the bank. Follow this link to find out which items are kit essentials.

Believe it or not, you can get all the equipment you need for less than £250.

Be ready for the call

Whether you are working at a small intimate wedding or a big grand affair in a Mayfair Hotel, you must be ready for the call. Braids or no braids!

One moment you will be working with long, thick, heavy hair and the next moment you’ll be styling short fine hair.

You will have to create styles for all hair types, from poker straight to naturally curly or Afro hair.

Pam has been working as a bridal hairstylist for over 25 years, and she is here to help.

Pam will help you work confidently with different hair types and different hair length. Get bridal hairstylist help and advice, whatever the job at hand.

BRIDAL HAIRSTYLING rescue remedy

There’s no denying, being able to create bridal hairstyles for many different hair types and textures is a big ask.

Don’t worry, that’s where we come in. With our online bridal hair course and dedicated ‘help for bridal hairstylists’ page.

Don’t forget! If you have a hairstyling dilemma that you would like advice from Pam about, just drop us a line.

What’s more, you don’t even be have to be a member of our Habia endorsed online bridal hair course.

We’d love to hear from you, the more the merrier :)

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