Ashley White (right), Director at Taylor Taylor London, answers your
Help! My hair is feeling a little damaged and dry after being on holiday; how can I restore it without having to have too much cut off before my wedding?
The best thing to do is have regular trims to keep your hair healthy and also pump your hair back full of moisture and protein that it is missing from being in the sun and sea. using a hair mask once or twice a week such as the Moroccan Oil restorative hair mask will help to nourish and build strength up.
A good tip is to wrap your hair in a plastic shower cap and warm towel whilst the treatment is on to help open the cuticles and get your hair to absorb as much goodness as possible.
I'm getting married abroad. What would be a good style to have if the might be a little humid?
Wearing your hair up for the day will be the best way to go. There are so many gorgeous up style inspirations about on the red carpet if you want something glamorous and sophisticated - and if you want something a little more relaxed, go with some twists and braids for a more boho look.
Use a humidity protector such as Alterna Bamboo Smooth Anti-Humidity Hair Spray to fix your hair to give it longevity for the day.
I would like to wear my hair up for my wedding but it is quite fine and lank - how can I make it fuller?
This is a common problem with many clients. luckily you can now get some incredible hair pieces which can be cleverly hidden within your hair to give a fuller look. These can be used whether you wear your hair up or down. If you go to a specialist shop they can match up the colour perfectly to your hair so it will seamlessly fit with your look.
Visit www.taylortaylorlondon.com to find your nearest salon.