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How to Avoid Wedding and Quince Day Hair and Beauty Disasters

The Event Lady is amazed how many customers do not realize you need to rehearse your hair-do and make-up look before your wedding or quince event and your pre-studio photo shoot session. These two days are not to be left to chance. Clarify and tell your beautician about your allergies, ask what kind of products they use, etc, etc. One Naples hair salon offers totally organic hair products for those who want a healthier approach to their beauty regime, visit them at:

Decisions on your look and style must be determined months before; get your hair done for a special outing, or several times before your party for special occasions. Let your hair and make-up artist play with different looks for you; it is a great way to really achieve the special look you really want on your wedding day or quinceañera party. It will also allow you to build a relationship with your beauty expert; whom you might keep for permanent beauty services later.

Make sure your beauty professional sees your headpiece so they will know what to do with it, and tell them what kind of embellishments you want placed on your hair. In Miami, Miriam Behar beauty expert shows some different ideas and looks on her website, visit her at:

Some vendors charge a fee before hand for each of these extra services that are not on the day of the event. Believe is well worth it!

Please, my brides and quince girls do not ask for free hair-do samples, time is money for everyone. A beauty expert should have already shown you their picture portfolio of before and after pictures. You cannot ask them to preview their work, and not expect them to be reimbursed. A good plan I have seen is that some beauty professionals will charge you a fee before you have actually booked them; then when hired, deduct it from your total fee in the agreed contract. Others vendors already include a couple of trial sessions it in their Total Special Event Beauty Make-Over Package Fee.

Would love to hear past experiences, advice and tips from others regarding this matter; photographers feel strong about the make-up style for their photo sessions as well, since lighting plays such a big part on how their clients will look in pictures.

Share your opinion with me, comment on this blog. We want to know what you think?

I am sharing some pictures here today of hair styles done by another Naples beauty expert, visit him at: His website is under construction and will be up soon for more beautiful ideas and images.



Happy Beauty Planning!

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The Event Lady's blog posts are focused on the wedding, sweet sixteen and quince/sweet fifteen
celebrations of Florida, we love to hear about many other social events happening in our own Florida communities.

A quince celebration is very much like a wedding reception; it is a traditional coming of age celebration in a young woman's life within the Hispanic culture.
The Event Lady is an expert in both weddings and quinceañera events, and feeling proud of her Cuban heritage; enjoys this very special niche of the special event industry. Quinces parties have very similar planning needs to a wedding event.

We invite Florida brides and quinceañeras of all nationalities to comment on our blogs, each one has a small cooment link on the bottom of each post. 

We also invite wedding photographers to tell us about their great events; submit event images with your website credit on them of course on the lower right hand corner
so you can share bridal ideas and savvy wedding tips.

We invite any wedding and quince professionals to inform us about the latest industry news, useful articles and product updates.

We will review your submissions, and if we feel they could be good for this blog, then post them up for you so that the readers;
most importantly our Floridian brides, quince and sweet sixteen girls,
will have additional resources for their event coordination within our tropical Sunshine State region.