Before emailing me to check whether your date is free, here are some answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions:
I use the best of the best. Having trained with Guerlain and Lancaster and working along side some of the best cosmetic houses I only use what I know works well. Estée Lauder, Clarins, Bare Minerals, Benefit, Dior, Smashbox, Mac, Clinique are to name just a few favourites.
I always say 2-3 months before as a guide but please get it booked in early. I would recommend having your trial perhaps before a hen night or occasion so that you get to show off your new glam look.
I usually spend between 1 and 2 hours on a bride trial. I will find out how you normally wear your make up, your likes and dislikes. I will try and gauge a theme for your wedding and then I will do everything step by step showing you exactly what I’m doing so you can see it all coming together. I won’t leave you until you absolutely love your make up. I then write down everything we have used and how it looks so that is exactly what I will do for you on the wedding day.
Depending on how many ladies are in your bridal party I normally allow an hour with you and approximately 40 minutes with each other person.
It works a bit like a conveyor belt. If you don’t need to have your hair washed it is fine to do it before or after. We usually do the bride towards the end so we can make sure you are ready to put your dress on and leave. I would advise doing a little plan of who is going first etc.
A small deposit of just £10 per person (minimum 4 ladies) can be transferred to secure the date in my diary. This will be deducted off the final wedding day balance.
The trial will be paid for on the day of the trial. The wedding day balance is due 7 days before the wedding via transfer only. The necessary bank details will be on the invoice provided.