Search out for the best professional hairstylist in your neighborhood and ask her about which hairdo will suit you the most. See to it if it matches the makeup or not. Africans had a custom to commit much of their time on styling the hair in the prettiest way during marriage occasion.
Any change in haircut should be made at least 6 weeks ahead so it adjusts well with your look. If you would like to have a transformed look on your big day, you can take up a totally new style, while if you're a safe-game player making improvements to the present style will do the work for you. Before you endure any change it's good to chat about about the color, texture and type of your hair that you would like to take. Since I've been browsing the internet over the last couple of years, I have come across many many photography sites, some glorious and some abominable. Approach a pro marriage paparazzo and ask if you can tag along at a marriage firstly WITHOUT your camera, and help him ( for nothing, though he may throw you 1 or 2 £s at the end ). Next time ask if you can take 1 or 2 reportage or candid shots so long as in no case do you get in the way of the cameraman OR the events. Then you might approach a pair who are marrying and explain to them that you'd like to take pictures next to the pro snapper ( for nothing ) as practice, and if they like any of your photos, they can get them from you at a slower rate. After you've done this a couple of times, and you're feeling assured you can do it alone, I'd suggest that once more, you image a marriage free, but this time as the sole paparazzo, and just charge for print costs.
My name is Marquetta Breslin and I am a professional hair braider with over twelve years of experiance.