#Repost @cassderosa ・・・
A read for • Brides, Bridesmaids & any girl getting their hair done for a special event.
NOTE: THIS IS NOT TRUE.
✖️ •Somewhere somehow this statement has gotten turned into girls having super greasy 4 day old hair and I just wanna break down the updo rules real quick.
✖️Chances are the stylist doing your hair actually wants you to have CLEAN DRY HAIR.
✖️By “Dirty” - WE MEAN , wash it the day before.
✖️Day before hair is PERFECT. There is enough oils for the style to hold but not too much where we have to use a can of dry shampoo so your root doesn’t look greasy AF.
✖️There are so many products & “dirty sprays” that we can make your hair feel as ‘dirty’ as we need it too according to the style you choose.
✖️No one in the room wants to smell your greasy hair getting all heated up with the iron (sorry but it’s true😂)
✖️YOU know your hair - if it gets oily really fast and you wash your hair every single day then by all means wash it that morning but blow dry it so your stylist doesn’t have to.
✖️If you wash your hair once a week you MIGHT be able to get away with doing it 2 days before (example: i could wash my hair 2 days before because my hair is bleached out and dry AF)
✖️DONT straighten your hair before you get an updo- no reason to straighten it before it gets curled- the curl won’t stay- make sense ?
✖️If the style you’re going for is super beachy & textured chances are you should just blow dry your root and let your ends air dry or just rough dry it with no brush so you’re not taking any of the wave out!
✖️If the style you’re going for is very smooth and sleek chances are you should blow it out first !
Summary : don’t have dirty dirty hair for your updo appointment. 🙃
XOX MONDAY TIPS BY CASS 😂😘