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 and the amount of time you would like to allow for hair and makeup. I typically book 30-45 minutes pre person for each service. For larger parties, I can enlist the help of trusted professionals based on their availability.


Can I book you for just hair, or just makeup?




Do you require a booking deposit?

A deposit of $75 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 $60/hr


Do you charge travel or parking fees?


Travel is complementary within 15 miles of 06525. Parking fees may apply.