Makeup For Wedding

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Makeup For Wedding

Wedding Frequently Asked Questions What should I do to prepare for my hair or makeup consultation for my wedding? We recommend finding some images of hair and makeup for reference for your look to show your stylist before they arrive. Don’t forget to show your stylist your dress, if possible, too! If you would like the stylist to use hair accessories for your look, please have those purchased and ready for use before your consultation. How long does the bridal appointment take? The consultation prior to your wedding for your hair and makeup will take approximately 1 to 2 hours. Hair and makeup on your wedding day will take about two hours. However, we suggest booking your appointment far enough in advance that you leave yourself plenty of time to relax, take photos, and enjoy your special day before the ceremony! How far in advance can I book my hair or makeup consultation for my wedding? We recommend booking your consultation for hair and makeup 2 weeks in advance. We’re happy to book it for any time you prefer, however, booking 2 weeks in advance helps us to guarantee the same stylist will be available for both your consultation and your wedding day. Will I have the same stylist on my wedding day as I do for my consultation? Yes! Before we confirm your wedding day with a beGlammed stylist, we will ensure they will also be available to accommodate your consultation date. What if I don’t want a consultation for my hair or makeup for my wedding? You are not required to schedule a consultation with a stylist prior to your wedding day, however, we highly recommend doing so. This is your special day, and it only happens once! We want you to be totally comfortable with your look before your wedding day. You’ll feel more confident that your stylist knows what you want and can execute your look quickly on your wedding day by having your consultation done beforehand. Consultations are complimentary additions to all bridal packages, so there is no extra cost for the service. I’m getting a spray tan before my wedding. Should I spray my face as well? You can if you’d like, but you definitely don’t have to! Our makeup artists can color match your foundation to the skin tone of your body. Many spray tan products do not agree with makeup, so it’s important to know beforehand that there is a risk that the spray tan will cause your foundation to appear blotchy or discolored in photos. When should I get a facial or wax/thread my brows before my wedding day? We recommend never waxing or exfoliating the day of or the day before your wedding. We suggest you get your brows done at least 4 days in advance. If you’re planning on getting a facial, do so at least one week prior to your wedding day. This will give your skin the time it needs to heal and recover from waxing, threading, or exfoliating.
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Makeup For Wedding

What should I do to prepare for my hair or makeup consultation for my wedding? We recommend finding some images of hair and makeup for reference for your look to show your stylist before they arrive. Don’t forget to show your stylist your dress, if possible, too! If you would like the stylist to use hair accessories for your look, please have those purchased and ready for use before your consultation. How long does the bridal appointment take? The consultation prior to your wedding for your hair and makeup will take approximately 1 to 2 hours. Hair and makeup on your wedding day will take about two hours. However, we suggest booking your appointment far enough in advance that you leave yourself plenty of time to relax, take photos, and enjoy your special day before the ceremony! How far in advance can I book my hair or makeup consultation for my wedding? We recommend booking your consultation for hair and makeup 2 weeks in advance. We’re happy to book it for any time you prefer, however, booking 2 weeks in advance helps us to guarantee the same stylist will be available for both your consultation and your wedding day. Will I have the same stylist on my wedding day as I do for my consultation? Yes! Before we confirm your wedding day with a beGlammed stylist, we will ensure they will also be available to accommodate your consultation date. What if I don’t want a consultation for my hair or makeup for my wedding? You are not required to schedule a consultation with a stylist prior to your wedding day, however, we highly recommend doing so. This is your special day, and it only happens once! We want you to be totally comfortable with your look before your wedding day. You’ll feel more confident that your stylist knows what you want and can execute your look quickly on your wedding day by having your consultation done beforehand. Consultations are complimentary additions to all bridal packages, so there is no extra cost for the service. I’m getting a spray tan before my wedding. Should I spray my face as well? You can if you’d like, but you definitely don’t have to! Our makeup artists can color match your foundation to the skin tone of your body. Many spray tan products do not agree with makeup, so it’s important to know beforehand that there is a risk that the spray tan will cause your foundation to appear blotchy or discolored in photos. When should I get a facial or wax/thread my brows before my wedding day? We recommend never waxing or exfoliating the day of or the day before your wedding. We suggest you get your brows done at least 4 days in advance. If you’re planning on getting a facial, do so at least one week prior to your wedding day. This will give your skin the time it needs to heal and recover from waxing, threading, or exfoliating.
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Makeup For Wedding

facebook dialogPinterestSchedule a Trial Run (Or Two)Kate Middleton (a princess!) is rumored to have done her own wedding-day makeup—and she nailed it—but many brides prefer to bring in a pro. To find someone who understands your style, consult a few different makeup artists early on. “You want to see if you work well together,” says makeup artist Landy Dean. Book at least six months ahead, then schedule an additional trial two months before the wedding. “You'll be more settled in the planning and will have a better feel for how you want to look,” he says.facebook dialogPinterestMake Your Makeup LastThough it might feel otherwise, your wedding day is a marathon, not a sprint, and you'll want your makeup to hold up through every last photo, dance, toast, and selfie. That makes primer essential: Spread it on your face and eyelids (we love Neutrogena Shine Control Primer and Nars Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base) after cleansing and moisturizing, then top with a foundation to create a smooth base. “Apply everything in thin, even layers,” says Patton. That goes for blush, highlighter, translucent powder, and lipstick, too. “Use a lip liner, put on your lipstick, blot, add more lipstick, blot, and add more lipstick,” says Patton. “This process really seals the product to the lips and makes for a perfect stain.”
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Makeup For Wedding

Ok, do the foundations that are typically used in airbrush makeup have SPF? Could I buy the Makeup For Ever or Smashbox and have her use that? (I should probably just email my makeup artist.) I’m getting married in (exactly!) 2 months and the makeup question is stressing. Me. Out. I LOVE makeup but day-to-day I’m a powder-mascara-eyebrow pencil-blush girl. When we did my trial it felt like I was about to go on stage. Everyone said it looked amazing (including my super honest MOH), but I want to look like me, you know?
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Makeup For Wedding

Thank you so much for this post. Getting married in just over two months and it’s definitely time to start experimenting! Not only did you assuage my fears about SPF makeup, but you also let me in on a little secret that will make the makeup experimentation phase of planning *much* less painful… drugstores/makeup stores accept returns of used makeup?!?! Seriously, this is a game changer. I’ve always assumed that once I took off the packaging, I had to keep it – meaning I’ve always gone for super cheap makeup. Thank you!!
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Makeup For Wedding

4. Going in Unprepared for Your TrialYou probably already know that you should bring photos to your hair trial, but many brides don’t think to bring photos to their makeup trial as well. Look through magazines or Pinterest for women with similar coloring to yours whose makeup you love. And if you have any photos of yourself where you particularly like (or dislike) your makeup, bring those along as well. “I’ve seen verbal descriptions of a hair or makeup look turn into a disaster. A picture is worth a thousand words,” said Devin Giannoni, founder of prettypublicbeauty.com. “After you’ve shown the photos, discuss them. Make sure they see what you’re seeing.”

Makeup For Wedding

Makeup For Wedding