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So - here we are in the height of wedding season in Maine. Every day, happy couples from the mountains to the coast are tying the knot in front of family and friends. All the while, beer drinkers like me are struggling through countless dry and bubbly champagne toasts. Sure, the speeches can drag on sometimes, but in my mind, nothing is worse than the champagne itself!

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Thursday, 26 April 2012 12:27

Wedding season

The recent warm weather has me thinking about my favorite time of year: wedding season. I am one of those rare hair stylists who actually loves weddings and updos, and I have been privileged to be a part of some truly gorgeous and amazing weddings. I work exclusively with Amber Small from Sweetest Thing weddings, and that has brought me to some great locations to do wedding hair. In Maine, that is usually the coast, and it makes for a pretty great day at the office. As I started preparing for the upcoming season, I began thinking about what the upcoming trends would be and what brides would be wanting this year. As I was doing some searching on Pinterest and Google, I thought more about what not to do with your hair on your wedding day. There is so much to consider when it comes to your hair for your wedding.

When and where are you getting married?

The location of your wedding and the time of year are crucial details for every aspect of your big day, but especially for your hair. If you are planning a wedding outside in August, then I would insist that your hair be put up. Don't plan on a long, curled hairstyle that you want to leave down in the hottest and most humid time of the year. What you will be left with is a flat mess.

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