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WEDDING BOOKING FAQ

FAQ

How long do trials last?


Trials generally last around 2 hours, sometimes a little more sometimes a little less – it often depends on if you know what you want or if I need to try a couple of styles.

Can I book you without having a trial?

Yes! It's much better to do a trial as it makes it much less stressful on the day but for some people it just isn’t possible to organise a trial – if this is the case I usually try and face time with you first so we can have a chat about ideas!

Will the makeup last all day?

Yes! All makeup applied is designed to last all day and have you looking flawless at midnight.  For hot summers days you may wish to carry a translucent powder to stop any shine building up.  It can also be handy to have a concealer on hand incase you get a little emotional during the ceremony. I do recommend buying your lipstick as it is likely that you will have to touch it up during the day!

I have really sensitive skin – will your products be okay?

I use products that are hypo-allergenic so they shouldn’t cause a reaction however if you have had problems in the past and have a product you know works well with your skin I am happy to use your product.

What brands do you use?

My makeup kit consists of premium brand products including Charlotte Tilbury, , MAC, Makeup Forever, Laurer Mercier and NARS

What is your refund policy if I am not happy?

Trials and deposits are non-refundable as you are paying for the time to work with you during your trial and to turn down any other work on your wedding date.  

To secure your wedding date I offer two options.

  1. Book a trial in within the next two weeks and if you would then like to proceed with the booking pay a non-refundable deposit of £100 to secure the date. The remaining balance is due one month before the wedding date.

  2. Book a trial closer to the wedding date, suggested 2/3 months before, but pay a non-refundable deposit of £100 now to secure the date and for me to turn down other work. The remaining balance due one month before the wedding date.