Your bridal hair & makeup should take your everyday look to the next level and complement, but never overpower, the occasion. It has to work hard though with getting the right balance for photographs, meeting guests and lasting the distance on what is a joyful, but long day. What’s also really lovely about having your hair & makeup professionally done, is that you have a little bit of time to sit back (glass of Prosecco in hand optional) and take a few moments to feel proud of all your hard work and months of planning. And to remember that wonderful person who’ll be waiting for you at the end of the aisle!
Your hair & makeup trial will usually take place 6 weeks before your wedding day, either at my home studio in Lymington (SO41) or at your chosen location (travel charges may apply depending on location.) I whole heartily believe in offering a high quality service completely tailored to your needs, so during the consultation stage of the trial we will discuss all your ideas. Have a good look through images of your chosen wedding dress, flowers and of course, any hair & makeup inspirations you love. You should allow up to 2 hours for the makeup trial, or 3 hours if including a hair trial.
As your personal hair & makeup artist, my role will be to ensure a smooth and seamless transition throughout the preparation stage of your wedding. Experienced in all dress fastenings and veil sets – I can assist both your bridal party and yourself to ease any pressure. And of course, provide any last minute touch ups you may require or request. Confident with doing your own bridal makeup, but just need a hand creating that perfect soft tousled ‘up-do’? Not a problem! Just let me know your requirements when enquiring.
Bridal Makeup, or Hair | £60
Bridal Makeup & Hair | £140
Bridal Makeup, or Hair | £120
Bridal Makeup & Hair | £250
Bridesmaid | Mother of the Bride | Guest
Makeup, or Hair | £50
Makeup & Hair | £100
A non-refundable deposit of £100 is required to secure your wedding date and is payable before your trial. All trial costs must be paid either before, or on the day of the trial.
Travel expenses will be charged at 50 pence per mile in some cases.