Doing something as drastic as an impromptu haircut days before the wedding is probably not what most brides do. Many would agree that it's a big risk to change up your look so last minute. Well, this bride might just convince you otherwise.
Erico Tiongson, a hairstylist under the Makeup by Odessa team, just cut this bride’s long locks right before her reception and netizens are going wild. They posted a video of him cutting off half of the bride's hair, and what’s surprising is that he was using regular office scissors rather than professional barber shears. This posed a problem to netizens because cutting your tresses with regular scissors often results in damaged ends and an uneven haircut.
But before you dissent Erico's haircutting, just know the bride was actually the one who decided to chop off her locks. According to him, the haircut was totally unplanned! The bride just spontaneously thought of getting a haircut so he didn't have the right tools and had to resort to using regular scissors.
"Actually, wala po talagang plan sa reception look ni bride. Then bigla lang din po na pag isipan na mag pa cut ng hair. And then suddenly walang proper gunting na para sa hair, kaya sa gunting na pang papel ang nagamit namin na hiniram sa coordinator. Then ayun po, nairaos naman ng maganda ang hair niya," he said.
Both the bride and Erico agreed that she will just have her hair fixed at a salon after the wedding reception to fix any damage the regular scissors may have caused. To do something so drastic on one of your most memorable days is truly both impulsive and daring.
Luckily, the bride still looked gorgeous by the end of it. Thanks to the skills and talents of Erico and the Makeup by Odessa team, the bride looked as if she just came fresh from the salon. How impressive! Some of the netizens even commented that the short hair suited her more.
Here's What You Need to Keep in Mind Before Changing Your Hair For Your Wedding Day:
1. Ask your hairstylist for advice
Not sure how drastic a change you want with your hair? Your hairstylist can always help you decide. Discuss with your hairstylist how long or how short you want your hair to be so that it best suits your face shape and your gown.
2. Have some hair inspiration ready
Already know what hairdo you'll go for? Get some pictures ready so you can show it to your hairstylist. That way they have a better idea of what you want exactly.
3. Think twice
Remember, hair may grow back, but your wedding photos only happen once. So before you do anything drastic to your hair, make sure you're 100% sure about your decision.