Forget Me Not | Hair Stylist
Kirsty Smith from Forget Me Not Wedding hair specialists shares where she draws her inspiration from and what she can’t live without in her job.
What is your idea of the perfect wedding?
My idea of a perfect wedding is for the sun to be shining and all my dearest family and friends together.
What is your greatest fear when you are working on a wedding?
My greatest fear when I’m working on a wedding is being late. I’m stickler for time keeping I always like to be early and prepared. Thankfully it hasn’t yet as I set 3 separate alarms.
What do you think is the most overrated thing that couples try to squeeze into their wedding day?
I think the most overrated thing people try and squeeze into the wedding day is the first dance. I find the slow dancing side to side rock so cringeworthy.
What is the worst outfit you have ever seen at a wedding?
The worst outfit I have seen at a wedding….
It’s got to be Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenia. William and Kate’s Wedding.
What is the best theme you have seen at a wedding?
Mexican fiesta day of the dead at Matara, it was going back a few years now but it was pretty amazing.
If you could change one thing about a wedding, what would it be?
It would be the waiting around for photos.
I would like to go straight to the party.
When was the last time you laughed out loud at a wedding? What happened?
My friend was doing the running man to Mc Hammer and slipped over. Epic fail!
What makes an ideal wedding?
I think it’s having everyone you love together that makes it an ideal wedding.
If you were to die and come back as person or thing, what would it be?
It would definitely be Channing Tatum’s wife, how lucky would I be!
What is your best trait that helps you be so great at your job?
My passion and enthusiasm.
What quality in a groom do you like the most?
The quality I look for most in a groom is trust and a good sense of humour.
What quality in a bride do you like most?
It’s always nice when the bride is relaxed. It makes a much more enjoyable experience all round.
What moment are you most proud of in your profession?
The moment I’m most proud of with my work is when my client is happy and looks amazing.
What is the one thing you can’t live without in your job?
I can’t pick one thing so here’s a few scissors, products I use to work my magic and of course my amazing clients.
Where do you draw inspiration from for your work?
My main inspiration for work in form of a person would be Patrick Cameron, I have attended lots of his courses. I also get inspiration from many celebrities, and magazines.
What is your biggest regret at a wedding you have worked on?
My biggest regret well it’s not really a regret but it’s a shame I don’t get to witness the first look.