When should I have my trial?
About six weeks prior as you'll have a better idea of what you want and we have enough time to order things in if necessary.
How long will it take?
2.5-3hrs will give us plenty of time to try and discuss a number of possible looks.
What do I need for the trial?
Just yourself. I will take brief notes so that we are as prepared as possible. If you have your veil/accessories or products you want included, feel free to have these with you. You can also bring a friend/Mum if you wish.
When do I pay?
£100 non-refundable deposit is due at the time of booking, to secure your date. You have up to a week after your trial to decide to cancel. After that 50% of the full fee is payable regardless. This covers loss of earnings as we turn away other Brides that want your date.
All monies need to be paid two weeks before your Wedding Day.
What makeup products do you use?
I carry a full, high end makeup kit with brands including Mac, Charlotte Tilbury, Bobbi Brown and Chanel. If there are any specific products you'd like to try, let me know and I'll order them in for you.
I have sensitive skin. Will your makeup products upset it?
All the makeup I use is hypoallergenic. If you would like to use some of your own products, that's fine. I'll apply them for you.
Should I wash my hair on my Wedding Day?
Please wash your hair without conditioner the night before. This makes it much more easy to style and gives us a little more time in the morning.
How far will you travel for a Wedding?
Depending on the size of your party, up to two hours.
Bookings which necessitate a very early start time or travel over a certain distance may require overnight accommodation the night before your wedding, to ensure a fresh start on the day. Accommodation expenses will be discussed and agreed with the Client during the booking process.
We love visiting new venues and will be there bright and early to help you get ready.