Whether you should have your hair or makeup first on your wedding day is good question to ask. And there are a few ways to go about planning who should have what and when on your wedding morning. Your Makeup Artist will probably want to do your makeup last. This is because it’s most important … Read moreShould hair or makeup be first on the wedding day?
6-8 weeks before your wedding day is the perfect time to have your bridal makeup trial. This might seem a little late if you made your booking two years ahead of your date. But if you’ve done your research on your Artist then this really shouldn’t be a problem.
In an age where everywhere you turn you see a Kardashian clone, this makeup was poignant and well timed. Hopefully a turning point. Let’s go back the way we came. Let’s ditch the dirty contour, fake tan, extreme lashes, Insta-brows, layers of heavy coverage foundation and overly lined lips. And let’s embrace who we are and what we actually look like. True beauty lies there in our differences.
I was that ashamed and insecure about my skin I couldn’t have left my room without putting in two hours of concealing just to camouflage my face. Everyday. Makeup has been an invaluable tool I couldn’t live without and at times I’ve totally depended on it. So how have I ended up loving an industry that has also played such a big part in these issues?
Your hair and makeup are really the icing on the cake! Alongside the dress, they’re what people are going to be looking at when they speak to you. As the bride, you are the focal point of the day. Your wedding day should be the happiest day of your life, not the most stressful. So while budget is a factor in every wedding, wedding suppliers are here to make your day run perfectly.