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Wedding Make Up Artist – My Day

Hoorah! Its a Wedding Day!

It’s an exciting start to a wedding make up artist day too! I’ll be looking forward to your beautiful wedding and full of energy to get on the road and meet up with you and your bridal party at the wedding venue or your home.

Wedding Make Up Artist 33Before I do that I check my make-up kit so that I know I have all the lipsticks, eyeliners, blushers, lashes and other bits and pieces that I use neatly packed into my make-up case. I listen to what the weatherman saying – hot and sunny? Cloudy and possible showers?

I read through the notes from our all important trial make-up. I check timings and of course the directions to the venue and then I jump into the car and I’m away.

Arriving in plenty of time I ask how you are feeling and whether there are any changes that you would like to make or emergencies such as spots that have popped up overnight! I then work with your hairdresser to ensure that the bridal party will all be ready on time. Its best to have your hair done before the make-up as this will effect the parts of the face and neck that are visible and the shape of your face.

Depending on what the weather is doing we can refine the make-up – a little more cheek colour or powder or a moisturising lipstick for example. By now your photographer is probably trying to get some shots  – we have to pause, pout and pose!

Bridesmaids finished, mums finished and in their dresses just on queue to help you (carefully!) into your wonderful dress. At this stage I begin to pack away but put aside some lipstick and powder for you to use for touch-ups during the day. Now you are in your dress and I make a final check of your make-up before I leave you to those special moments with your family and friends, for the last time a single lady, but a Simply Beautiful Bride…………

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