Possible wedding disasters (part 2)
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If the weather is literally raining on your parade!…don’t fret just yet. If you know it’s raining, pull your hair back into a ballerina bun and secure with bobby pins or clips before heading out into the rain. Once you’re inside, shake out your hair and lightly hairspray it. If the clouds just open up and pour on your perfectly blow-dried hair randomly, take a drop of smoothing serum and gently run it over your hair before using a large curling iron to smooth out the kinks. Humidity makes curly go frizzy. To avoid, apply a small drop of shine serum to small hair sections, twist up the locks, then let them drop. Don’t use too much hairspray either, to avoid “helmet head.” If you’re a “hair-spray happy” girl and this does happen to you, use oil-blotting papers to tone down the shine and gently place hair where needed and use a mix of a shine serum with a paste.
Be sure to have the nail polish on hand that is the same shade of your manicure stored in your beauty bag for the day. Stock a liquid nail adhesive and glue the nail back on (if you have tips). Dot the polish over the nail, let dry, and file the edges smooth. To prevent paint-chipped nails and nail breaking, have your bridal party help you put on jewelry clasps.
Makeup Mess…on your Gown
Blotting & Seltzer!!! First, try blotting, then place napkin on the inside of the dress and a seltzer spilled napkin on the outside, and gently dab out the stain. Treat with a stain-removing pen (like those easy-carrying Tide pens) or try some hot water with plain soap. If you really got yourself into a mess and can’t possibly get the stain out, ask your photographer to photoshop the stains out of your wedding photos.
If you have a freelance artist coming to you, make sure you both have a contract that states… “In case of an emergency, you will be provided with another artist at the same price.” IF you don’t have an agreement like this and you must find your own stylist at the last minute, make sure you have one that you spoke to prior and explained that they will be on-call, if needed. What if you’re look for the day doesn’t resemble your original artist’s work? Avoid this by ensuring beforehand that your original artist has concisely written down everything necessary for achieving your desired look, including color choices and placement. They should always keep information on file at the salon so that if there is a problem, the replacement artist will have solid directions to work with.
If you have a freelance artist coming to you, make sure you both have a contract that states… “In case of an emergency, you will be provided with another artist at the same price.” IF you don’t have an agreement like this and you must find your own stylist at the last minute, make sure you have one that you spoke to prior and explained that they will be on-call, if needed.
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