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Frequently Asked Questions...
The best way to get in touch is with an email as often it’s difficult to answer the phone. And I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. Bookings are only secure when a booking fee has been received. The booking fee is deductible from your overall package price.
The best time to have your wedding makeup trial is around 6-8 weeks before the wedding day. At this point all of your bridal styling will have been decided. And your skin will be more like your wedding day skin.
The bride is the only member of the bridal party who I insist has a trial. The brides trial is included in the cost. It’s up to your bridesmaids as to whether they want a trial or not. I’d always prefer to trial any member of the party that has sensitive skin or eyes, or any allergies.
All bridal bookings that are made secure your wedding date in my diary, so trial only bookings aren’t an option. There’s no reason why you wouldn’t like your makeup as long as you’ve done your research on your Artist and you’re honest at your trial.
At your trial you get the mirror the whole way through and we reflect on your makeup at each step tweaking as we go. Following your trial it’s best to wear your makeup for as long as possible to test that the products work for you.
It’s no problem to tweak or change parts of your look on the day.
The number one objective of Bridal Makeup is for it to last. That’s why I only have products in my kit that I trust. This is more important than having a particular brand. Although, all of the makeup I use in my kit is premium, well-known branded makeup that can be found from makeup counters in department stores.
This is extremely important to me. All too often I have enquiries stating an Artist was unreliable. I’m a reliable and dependable Makeup Artist. And if extenuating circumstances arise following you making a booking, you will be told at the earliest opportunity. Be assured I will do all I can to honour my commitment. However, if it were that I was unable to then I’m connected to lots of like-minded Makeup Artists in the region that would be more than happy to step in to help.
The Bridal Makeup Process
Step 1 – Booking
Upon receiving your booking fee to secure your wedding date, you will receive a confirmation of your bridal makeup booking outlining all your wedding details.
Step 2 – Makeup Trial
We’ll then book in a date for your bridal makeup trial (usually 6-8 weeks before your wedding day.) Together we’ll work to create your perfect bridal look for both you and your bridal party.
Step 3 – Your Big Day!
On your wedding day, I’ll arrive at your chosen location and the magic will begin!