Frequently Asked Bridal Questions
How far in advance should I book my trial?
Most brides have their trial 8-10 weeks before their wedding date. Notes and pictures will be taken during your trial to help recreate your look on the day of your wedding!
How can I prepare for my trial?
-For a hair trial, please have one day old blown hair that is free of all products. For a makeup trial, please have a clean and moisturize face that is free of makeup.
-I suggest bringing your veil and any other hair pieces that you would like to use the day of your wedding.
-Wearing a white or cream colored top will help you feel more like a bride!
-Please bring photos of hair and makeup inspiration. I typically try two hair styles so you can see what you like best.
How many women can you accommodate on my wedding day?
The amount of people I can accommodate depends on what time your bridal party will need to be complete by, the number of stylists assigned to your party, and the amount of time you would like to allow for hair and makeup. Typically a service takes 30-45 minutes.
Can I book you for just hair, or just makeup?
Do you require a booking deposit?
A deposit of $75(and a signed contract) is required to secure your date. This fee gets credited towards your services the day of your wedding.
Can you stay after to touch up hair and makeup?
Yes! I can stay to touch up hair and makeup after your ceremony. This is an extra service in which I charge $75/hr
Do you charge travel or parking fees?
Travel is complementary within 10 miles of 06525. Additional stylists may result in additional travel fees. Parking fees may apply.