On the other hand, any day at work, running around with the car pool or even partying that night can be miserable if you're having a "bad hair day." It's not surprising that before the holidays or any special occasion a visit to the salon is a "must" event for most people.
A woman's hair may be her crowning glory, but getting a new 'do' just before a special occasion in your life can be a major mistake.
Plan ahead with any chemical treatments - bleaching, coloring, streaking, perming or straightening - and if you're considering anything radical - like hair extensions, or changes in length or style - do it at least six to eight weeks before the big event.
The beauty of planning ahead is that bad decisions grow out when it comes to hair. In six to eight weeks, a good stylist can repair
any horrors before they ruin your day!
Plan your wedding hairstyle with your headpiece in mind - the same is true for any other event where you'll be wearing a hat, tiara, or head covering such as a prom or formal affair.
Around the Web, stay current with the latest trends in prom hairstyles and give you free expert help to choose how you'll wear your hair on your big day.
The Hair Boutique - Check out special sections for proms and updos, a style sector tool and literally hundreds of pages of styles for you to look at make this a must visit site if you need hair advice for your big event .