I’m marrying off a child in a few weeks, and I’ve been checking out every detail at the weddings I go to for ideas. The décor. The menu. The gowns. And the hairstyles.
At a recent wedding I overheard the mother of the bride mention that she didn’t like the way the hairdresser had done her job. Privately, I agreed. It didn’t look like much effort or skill had been used to make the girls look their best.
Q: May I ask who did the job so I can make sure not to hire that particular hairdresser?
A: Yes, as long as you don’t talk about it to anyone else.
Reviewed by Rabbi Zev Smith. Actual halachic decisions should be made by a rav or halachic expert on a case-by-case basis.