1, What happens on my trial?
At your trial, we will discuss the style of your wedding, wedding dress, colour schemes as well as any other concerns you may have. We strongly recommend for brides to provide some images of something similar to what they are looking for, to show us in order to create your desired look. But if you are not sure then don’t worry, we will suggest a look for you that compliments your skin tone, bone structure, hair and eye colour with your dress and your personality to create the perfect look for a perfect day.
Once you are 100% happy with the result, everything discussed and the products used during the trial will be documented. The trial normally last 1 to 3 hours depending on your requirement. You may also discuss the requirements for the rest of your bridal party and any other arrangements for the day.
2, When do you suggest the trails to be done?
We recommend the trial takes place between 4-6 weeks before the wedding in the daytime with plenty of daylight.
3, What products do you use?
To ensure we achieve a flawless perfect skin that lasts all day we use a wide range of professional and premium quality make-up products including Chanel, Bobbi Brown, Nars, Laura Mercier, Charlotte Tilbury, Urban Decay, Mac, to name a few.
4, Do I really need a trial?
We recommend that you do have a trial. Not only does having a trial give you an idea of what you would look like on your wedding day but it also helps to put you at ease. The day will go smoothly without having to worry about timing, whether your hair and makeup will suit your wedding dress or how the photographs will look. We understand the importance of detail and the stresses of putting together a wedding. This is why we are here to help with all of your wedding hair and makeup needs.
5, How many bridal parties can you handle?
We can manage any size of bridal party. For a large bridal party, we will bring either hair or makeup or both assistant(s) to cater for your needs.
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