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Your wedding makeup?


How long before my wedding should I get in contact?

We regularly take bookings up to 18 months in advance so it's important to get in contact as soon as possible!

When should I have a trial? 

We advise that a trial takes place no later than 8-12 weeks before your wedding date. Keeping in mind that you ideally want to have your trial done when your skin is as it will be on the wedding day, a tan can dramatically change a makeup look.

Do my bridesmaids need to have a trial too?

Not at all. Although your bridesmaids are more than welcome to have a trial, it's certainly not mandatory, if somebody is apprehensive about having their makeup done, a trial often reassures them. One bridesmaid is also very welcome to attend your trial to ask any questions.

When does a trial take place and how long does it last?

A bridal trial is really relaxed, and it normally takes around 2 hours, we work together to create your perfect bridal look and can take place at your chosen location.

We recommend that you bring along any images, fabrics, makeup items or ideas that you feel will give me an extra understanding of the look you are aiming to achieve.


How many weddings have you done?

I have worked as a makeup artist for over 20 years and have had the pleasure of making up hundreds of brides during this time. I only take on one wedding a day so that each bride has my full attention the morning of her wedding and there is no rushing off. I will always be there for last-minute touch-ups once the bride is in her dress and ready for the ceremony.


What is the maximum number of makeups you can accommodate on the day?  

The earlier the ceremony the earlier the start time, so do remember it will be a long day so getting up at 4am may not be the best idea. I like to have everyone ready 45 minutes before the ceremony to ensure there is no rushing around, with plenty of time to get dressed and photographed.

I ask for up to 1 1/2 hours for bridal makeup, and for bridesmaids/other guests for approximately 40 minutes. I'm very used to starting as early as required on wedding mornings and am often asked to stay at the venue the night before to ensure the earliest starting time. I have a small trusted number of makeup artists that I can arrange to help on the day to accommodate a later starting time if desired.


What products do you use?

My kit is full of premium brands including MAC, BOBBI BROWN, BECCA, HOURGLASS, DIOR and CHARLOTTE TILBURY. 

It's always worthwhile purchasing the lip colour used at the trial, or one of a similar tone for touch-ups.


I like my own makeup, do I have to use yours?

No, it's your wedding day and you don't have to do anything you don't want to! However, I would never use a product that I know doesn't last well or look good in photographs. 


How far do you travel?

Anywhere & everywhere! I've worked across the UK and beyond... the list is endless. Based in Greater London, I'm is used to travelling all over London, the surrounding counties and abroad if wished.


Do you offer bridal makeup lessons?

Yes, I offer professional bridal makeup lessons. Much like a trial, I will arrange a date prior to your wedding date to run through all the techniques and essential products you'll require to feel confident on the day applying your own makeup. After the lesson, I create a personalised face chart for you with step-by-step guidance to assist you on the wedding day.


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