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Wedding Makeup FAQs.
How early should I book my wedding makeup artist?
It's recommended to book your wedding makeup artist at least 3-6 months in advance to ensure their availability on your wedding day. This will give you plenty of time to research and find the right makeup artist for you. You should also consider the availability of the makeup artist, as they may have other bookings on your wedding day.
Can I have a trial session before the wedding day?
Yes, most makeup artists offer trial sessions before the wedding day to help you decide on the look you want. The trial session is usually done a few weeks before the wedding day to give you enough time to make any necessary adjustments. During the trial, you can discuss your preferences and the makeup artist can make recommendations based on your skin tone, face shape, and features.
How long does the makeup application process take on the wedding day?
The makeup application process usually takes around 1-2 hours, depending on the complexity of the look. The makeup artist will usually start by prepping your skin with skincare products to ensure a smooth and flawless base. They will then apply the makeup, taking into consideration your preferences and the wedding theme. It's important to factor in enough time for makeup application into your wedding day schedule to avoid any delays.
What type of makeup do you use?
Most professional makeup artists use high-quality, long-lasting makeup brands that are suitable for all skin types. They may use a combination of liquid, cream, and powder products to achieve the desired look. It's important to let the makeup artist know if you have any allergies or sensitivities to certain products, so they can use alternative options.
Can you accommodate large bridal parties?
Yes, most makeup artists are equipped to accommodate large bridal parties. It's recommended to inform the makeup artist about the number of people in your bridal party in advance. This will help them to plan and allocate enough time for each person. It's also important to discuss pricing and any additional costs for large groups.
What happens if I need to cancel my booking?
if you need to cancel your booking within 24 hours of the scheduled appointment, you may be charged a late cancellation fee of 25% of the total cost. If you don't show up for the appointment without prior notice, you may be charged a no-show fee of 50% of the total cost. However, if you cancel your booking before 24 hours of the scheduled appointment, you may not be charged any fees. It's important to communicate any changes or cancellations with the makeup artist as soon as possible to avoid any misunderstandings.