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Frequently Asked Questions

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When do I need to book?

Its never too early! Some brides like to be very organised and I often take bookings up to two years in advance. As soon as you have your date get in touch.

When should I book my wedding makeup trial?

I recommend that your trial is carried out 2 - 3 months before the wedding day. We could coincide your trial with a special occasion like your hen do.

Can you accommodate large bridal parties?

Absolutely! I am used to completing makeup on large groups with ease. If I do require another pair of hands I will bring along my makeup assistant who was trained at the same makeup academy as myself who is equally talented and professional.

What happens if I need to cancel?

If for any reason you unfortunately need to cancel the booking fee is non refundable.

Will my makeup last all day?

I use high quality primers and setting sprays to ensure your makeup stays in place throughout the course of your wedding day. I would recommend you carry a lip stick to re-apply and a compact powder to remove any shine to keep you looking flawless.

Can I be booked for the whole wedding day?

I can be at hand all day and into the evening of your wedding to make sure you are looking every part the radiant blushing bride on all of the photographs. I can even transform your makeup into a different evening look if you would like to go more a little more dramatic or dazzling.

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