First and foremost, if you're reading this then you're probably planning your wedding, so I'd like to wish you a big congratulations on your engagement!
It's really easy to get in touch with me if you'd like more information or if you'd like to check if I'm available for your date, just go to the Book In page and there is a form for you to fill in, please include the following details
- Wedding date
- Venue (or area you'll be getting ready)
- How many people are in your bridal party
A trial run through is a helpful meeting for the bride and the artist, it helps us both get on the same page and discuss your style and how you would like to look on your day - exciting!
during our time we can try a few different looks if you are undecided - please do show me any images that have caught your eye, I love pinterest for this as you can have all your wedding inspiration in one place.
Trials generally last between 60-90 minutes and are a fab way of us getting to know each other and have a play around with lots of beautiful makeup - always amazing!
On the day I travel to you so you can relax in the comfort of your own home or in some cases in luxurious bridal suites!
One question brides always ask is
"will this really last?"
I can confidently say YES!
I use amazing primers and setting sprays along with my years and years of experience, working on every skin type & skin tone you can imagine. I can guarantee your makeup will not budge until you physically take it off.
I believe choosing to hire a makeup artist for your wedding day is as important as hiring a photographer or a wedding cake baker. You would never do these things yourself.
Anybody can take photos on their smart phone but are they as good as the photographs a photographer would take?.... Same applies to your makeup.
Don't overlook hiring a makeup artist for your wedding, it may seem like a luxury - but, in the end how you look on your day is very important and your wedding photos last a lifetime.
Make sure you look your best by hiring the best, choose your artist wisely. Remember it's often the case - you pay cheap, you get cheap.