We have a minimum of four for hair and four for makeup to book.
We understand, life happens! However, once the contract is signed, we are unable to reduce the number of services. We recommend asking another attendee if they would like their hair and makeup done, or you can use the money towards a facial before the wedding, or product. We don’t want you to lose out on your money, so we offer many other ways for you to use it.
We do not offer partial services such as eyes only, or complexion only. We only offer complete services to ensure that the makeup application will photography beautifully!
Although we specialize in wedding makeup, we do makeup for many other occasions! We work with photographers for boudoir, senior photos, headshots and more. We also work on set for commercials and even TV.
You may tip your artist the day of the wedding by either cash or through a money transfer app such as Venmo. Your artist will thank you!
Final payment is due two weeks before the wedding. You may choose to set up auto-pay on your account so you can set it and forget it. We do not accept payment on the day of the wedding.
Absolutely! We can accommodate any sized party with enough notice. To date, the largest we have done is 17!
While being a makeup artist seems glamorous (and it is!), we have A LOT that we need to carry in order to come to you. We often have to carry our large kits up stairs, set up a table, chair, lighting and then we get set up. When everyone is done, we do it all over again.
If you are getting ready at a venue where a parking fee is involved, it will be added to your bill or to your room number. We like to use valet at hotels because of the logistical simplicity.
Please make sure that your room has several tables, outlets and natural light! We also recommend making the room cooler than you would normally, by the time you have everyone in there, it will be hot!
Please make sure that everyone getting services is on-time and ready to go at their appointed time. The last thing we want is to to run late when it could have been easily avoided.