[quote] “Not just my wedding but the experience of getting ready for it was enhanced by working with JV and Crystal.. They both brought smiles, laughter, and professionalism to my wedding day. JV manages to be both wildly fun and comforting while maintaining the attitude and skills of the consummate professional. With Crystal as his talented and lovely assistant, our bridal party, ranging in ages from 9 to 91, looked and, more importantly, felt beautiful and confident. As the bride, JV immediately realized the vision I had for myself on my wedding day and even managed to help button up a wedding gown with about 40 tiny buttons down its back!”~ Mollie G. New York, NY[/quote]
Featured Bride On Cover Of FLORIDA WEDDINGS Magazine: Hair and Makeup By JV Galindo
Here comes the bride…
JV has over twenty years of experience and valuable advice to offer future brides. Below, JV answers the five most important questions every bride should ask her stylist to ensure a happy and stress free wedding.
When and how should a bride choose her hairstyle?
Once you select your dress, don’t leave it for the last-minute to decide on your hairstyle, that never works well. Bring pictures to the stylist of you wearing your wedding dress. Experiment and try a few different styles. Take pictures of each one and decide which hairstyle complements your dress the best.
What are the latest bridal hairstyles trends?
Hair Accessories: To Wear Or Not To Wear?
How about makeup? What must-have do you recommend?
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If you could give three tips to brides, what would they be?
No tanning, no facials and no hair changes right before the wedding.
Tanning is a really bad idea because it never looks natural in the pictures. No facial treatment of any sort four weeks before the big day. Gentle hydrating and exfoliating masks are okay, but only the ones that your skin is familiar with. Get your highlights or any hair color services done two weeks before your wedding. Exception: if you have excessive gray hair, do your usual root touch-up five days before your wedding day. Never do a drastic haircut before your wedding. Get a hair trim three or four weeks before.