Things You Must Do To Look Good On Your Wedding Day
I have been looking after brides, creating fabulous makeup and sensational hair for many years. There is so much planning and money spent on planning for that radiant glorious beautiful wedding look.
BUT, there are a few things that can really tarnish or even spoil it!
1. Have you checked your veil has the correct attachments for the hairstyle you have (chosen comb or loops)?
2. Have you had an extensive comprehensive makeup trial to make sure you are not allergic to ANY MAKEUP used? (Do you have sensitive eyes…. will those false eyelashes be okay on the day?)
3. Have you made sure the makeup artist has written all the makeup used at the trial will be used on the day…. no additions? (i.e. some people do not react with fixer, primers, mascara etc.)
4. Have you requested that the makeup artist gives you a compact powder for the wedding day? Professional makeup has elements in it to not give white faces to the camera flash etc. plus its longwearing and high quality.
The worst thing to happen to me was to attach the veil on the wedding day on a bride who I had created a fabulous l960?s hairstyle – high on top and great straight fringe. The bride had not brought the veil to the trial as requested for us to check it out. On the day the veil was so heavy and long that it dragged the fringe down to the end of the bride’s nose and ruined her high up style.
Next one is the bridesmaid who thinks they are more important than the bride herself. At the hair trial, if you have a bridesmaid who is SO difficult and likely to be a problem for you, get her to have a hair trial. Then we know exactly what to do on the day and everyone is happy.
Article written by June-Rose of June-Rose Bridal Makeup & Hair.
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