You got the ring, now it's time to start planning everything. Let us make the beauty part of that a little bit easier. We already shared a general beauty checklist and skin care guide to follow leading up to your big day. Now it's time to talk hair — styling, color, extensions. You need a plan, and it should start about six weeks before saying "I do."
First of all, don't make any drastic moves. "Never switch colorists before your wedding — it's too risky in not getting what you want," advises celebrity stylist and brand owner Rita Hazan. "If you have never colored your hair, I would not color it right before the wedding and do any major changes. You want to feel like yourself and don't want to take any risks in case the color doesn't turn out how you would like it to look."
Keep reading to score more insider tips from Hazan and other top industry pros on how to get your mane in bridal shape.