Bridal Hair Rates

Traveling Bridal Rates for CT

Please note that there is a 3 person minimum for CT weddings and 5 person minimum for out of CT state weddings.

(please scroll down for out of CT state rates)

Hairstylists travels to you on wedding day

Bride $170 ($275 for Hollywood Waves)

Bridal Party/Attendants/flower girls $110

Hair Trial $100

Retainer Fee for the Bride's Hair $70
Retainer Fee to reserve your wedding date: $50 per person for the bridal party

CT-Travel Fee
Travel .85 cents a mile round trip ($85 minimum)
Please note that we travel to you on your wedding day, and the travel fee will vary with each artist. Travel Fees are calculated from their home and not our salon's location.

Out of CT State Rates

Bride $225- Hollywood waves $300

Bridal Party $120

Hair Trial $100

Retainer Fee to reserve your wedding date for hairstyling: Bride $105 ($115  for Hollywood Waves), Bridal Party $50 for each person

Out of State Travel Fee $300 travel fee (for travel that requires more than 2.5 hours driving time each way)

$800 Travel Fee(for any out of town travel which requires air travel)

(Please note that if your hair trial takes longer than 1.5 hrs then we charge $50for each additional half hour.)

After trial you will be presented with an agreement, which will hold your wedding date. A deposit/retainer fee per person for hairstyling will be required.

Please note: Makeup deposits differ from hairstyling deposits.Deposits taken over the phone to hold wedding day or after trial are non-refundable and only transferable in an emergency!

Please note: Wedding dates are only secured with a non-refundable deposit and a signed contract! A trial date does not guarantee that your wedding date is being held. If you wish to secure your date before your trial date, then we encourage you to place a non-refundable deposit for your date and a contract will be mailed out to you. Please note that a deposit will only hold your date for a certain amount of time until we receive the signed contract. If you do not return the signed contract by the assigned date, then you will lose your deposits and the date will not be secured.