Tips and Tricks for an All Day Hold

Updated: Mar 4

At EhrStyling, we provide on-site special event hair styling services. We bring our mobile salon to you so the morning of your wedding is a dream come true. Whether your wedding is in Minneapolis, St. Paul, or as far as Duluth or Rochester, we are here for you! Here are some tips and trick to ensure your dream hair style stays all day!


Smile! Your style is going to stay all day.

No Day-of Washing

That’s right – get that hair washed the night before the big day…or even better yet, a full 24 hours before. Some natural oils can help styles hold longer during your special event. If you have especially greasy hair, jump in the shower after the grooms dinner the night before and let it air-dry overnight. Your team of beauty professionals will be there in the morning to pamper you from start to finish!


Wear your normal products

If you normally use some mousse, hair spray, and texturizer, live it up, girl! Go ahead and use your normal products. We will use them as part of your fabulous style the day of the wedding. When we start your styling experience, we will prep your hair with flexible hold products to ensure an all-day hold that will look fabulous until the moment your head hits the pillow.

We use product combinations that work with your hair.

Inspo Photos are Helpful

Who doesn’t love a little inspiration?! We are no exception. As we consult with you, we will ask you probing questions to discover your unique style preferences. Please show us those inspo photos of styles you love so we can meet your needs and create a fabulous style that is customized to YOU! After all, beauty is within you – we bring it out.


Remember to Relax and Enjoy

The day is finally here! Your bride tribe is around you. Your on-site wedding vendors have arrived. The sound of laughter is filling the room. So let’s pop the champagne and get that coffee brewing because your memories start NOW. We are here to support you, to listen to you, to laugh with you, and to cry with you (happy tears, of course!). Let’s do this thing!