What is a Wedding Trial and When Should You Schedule Yours?
Tips to Coordinate Your Wedding Day Makeup and Hair Schedule
As a professional Wedding Makeup Artist and Hairstylist, some of the most common questions I get from brides are about the trial. Here’s a helpful guide to Your Wedding Trial.
A trial is the perfect time for you to get to know your Makeup Artist and Hairstylist, and most especially, for me, is to get to know all about you, the Bride! And a trial is a lot of fun!
How Do You Choose a Makeup Artist & Hairstylist for Your Wedding?
Planning a wedding should be a fun, exciting, delightful time, but often times it can be nerve-racking, stressful and chaotic. But by the time your wedding morning arrives, you should feel relaxed and ready, with just the right amount of butterflies, you know, so it feels real! ❤️
Airbrush vs. Traditional Makeup
Weddings are truly a special and magical event. It is a day you’ll remember forever, and as the bride to be, it’s understandable that you want to look your most beautiful. With Ali from Long Island Makeup and Hair it can happen!
Get rid of those dark under eye circles!
Airbrushing is a technique that uses compressed air to spray a soft, even mist of makeup over the face. This creates a smooth, lightweight and flawless finish to the skin.
Wedding Makeup Tips the Mom’s Should Know
The thin skin under your eyes is one of the most delicate parts of our body. Consuming alcohol, a lack of sleep, ageing, caffeine and dehydration can result in dark circles around our eyes.
Getting ready on the day of the wedding is one of the most memorable parts of the day for the bride and her attendants. If she's invited her mom and future mother-in-law to join in on the fun, it's even more special. More often now, mothers of the bride and groom are choosing to have their makeup done as well, but there are specific things the moms should consider beforehand.