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How To Prepare For Your Wedding Makeup Trial

Updated: Aug 1, 2023

Preparing for your wedding makeup trial is an important part of your wedding planning process. This is your opportunity to work with us to create the perfect bridal look. Here are some tips to help you prepare for your makeup trial:


1. Gather inspiration:

Before you even book your wedding makeup trial, start researching and gathering inspiration for your bridal look. Look for makeup looks that complement your wedding dress, wedding theme, and personal style. You can create a Pinterest board or a mood board to collect all of your ideas in one place. Check out all the revenant Instagram accounts.


2. Book your makeup trial:

Schedule your makeup trial at least 6 to 9 months before your wedding day. This will give you enough time to make any necessary changes or adjustments to your makeup look. As us about the booking process and what's required to hold the date.


3. Come prepared:

On the day of your makeup trial, come prepared with a clean face, and bring any inspiration photos, your wedding dress and accessories that you may have. This will give your us an idea of your style and preferences. Bring anything that will help us get a feel for what your envisioning.


4. Communicate clearly:

During the makeup trial, communicate clearly with your makeup artist about the look you want. Be honest about what you like and what you don't like. Your makeup artist is there to help you achieve your desired look. We won't get offended if you don't like something.


5. Take photos and notes:

Take photos and notes during your makeup trial, so that you can remember what was done and what you liked. This will help you and your makeup artist to recreate the same look on your wedding day. We also take photos and videos after the process to share with you and have for our own personal file.



6. Consider the weather and time of day:

For example, if you're getting married on a hot and humid day, it's important to choose makeup that is long-lasting and can withstand sweat and humidity. Look for oil-free and water-resistant formulas, as well as setting sprays and powders that can help your makeup stay in place throughout the day. You may also want to consider using a primer, which can help your makeup go on smoother and last longer. Can can also look into changing your lip color for the reception.


7. Skincare routine;

Starting a tailored skincare routine for your specific skincare needs will improve the skin. I have a post of what products to use to get your skin camera ready read it here: 8 products for getting your skin camera ready







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