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Q:  Why should I need to hire a professional makeup artist for my wedding or event?

As important as securing the venue and finding the dress,  so is your makeup.  Your makeup needs to look good in person, and in flash photography; hiring a makeup artist will ensure this is achieved.

Q. How do I book your services?

Services will only be booked after contract is signed, and retainer is paid. Services are booked as first come, first served. Wedding season is now year round, so booking as soon as possible is recommended.  

Q. Are trials necessary?

Trials are required for all brides. We don't want to waste any time on the day of,  and a trial is a great way to break the ice.

Trials take up to 2 hours, starting with a consultation discussing colors, your dress, theme, and so forth.  All skin issues, and/or allergies will be also discussed. 

 

Pictures of looks that you like/dislike are welcomed, you can look at my work and other artist's  to find some inspiration.  Please be aware that many of the pictures on social platforms like Instagram, or Pinterest are highly filtered and/or photoshopped, some are even computer created.

 

After creating your look, we can then discuss the look for your bridal party.  As much as we want them to feel comfortable, we also want their look to tied to yours.

Q:  Can we use my own makeup?

My kit is curated with all the products needed to create a look that will look good and last.  I am well experienced in color matching, and skin prep, and all products are flash photography friendly. Sanitation is highly important to me ( even more so now) and the only way I can ensure safety is by using the products in my kit. 

Q:  Do you only do makeup for weddings?

Although that is what I specialized on, I also provide services for special events such as baby showers, proms, engagement and maternity photo-shoots, etc... Boudoir, print, and commercial photography (I have special rates for photographers). Makeup lessons are also available, one on one, or in groups.

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