The do’s and don’ts of achieving perfect wedding hair color ~ INStyle

Ramirez says the timeline for achieving perfect wedding hair color depends on the condition of your hair and how long you have, but the key is to plan ahead. “If you have a whole year to do rehab [if you need color correction due to temporary damaged hair or over processed hair], then I would suggest coming to see me once every two months to carefully get your hair to a beautiful, flawless, and healthy look,” he says. “If you have virgin hair, I can start seeing you six months before the wedding for a lived-in hair color look so you’re camera ready for all the events leading up to the big day. Ramirez also recommends doing a clear gloss every two months to keep your hair shiny and healthy. 


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