Your wedding day is not the day to figure out or start experimenting if you want a smokey-eye or that red lip your have never worn before.
There are so many other things that can come out of left field unexpectedly on your weddding day, wondering if you are going to like your makeup and if your makeup artist is fully equipped with everything your going to want - Let alone being able to do it for you on the first go should absolutely not be one of them.
A makeup trial is to be booked atleast a couple weeks before your big day and is a time for you to discuss your ideal look, ask any questions or voice any concerns you might have to your artist and then them putting those ideas into action for you in turn creating your individual ultimate bridal look.
I can’t stress how important it is for you to realise how different and differently each and every artist works and so it’s vital to find a makeup artist that you like the style of their work. Do some re searching to find out what looks they have done on any other brides, check out their bridal portfolio, look for any current reviews left by other brides they have worked with and make sure your comfortable about what your paying for.
If your interested in what you can expect from a makeup trial please look out for my next Bridal Beauty Blog Series and Find me on my socials.
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