Some brides know exactly what they want. They have researched every make up style on Pinterest and arrive for their trial well prepared. Other brides don’t and for these I am happy to offer advice over a coffee at my studio to help guide and support them.

Some brides know exactly what they want. They have researched every make up style on Pinterest and arrive for the trial well prepared. Other brides don’t, and for these I am happy to offer advice over a coffee at my studio to help guide and support them.

During your trial we will spend on average 1 1/2 to 2 hours to discuss your ideas, style of wedding, colour choices, hair style and themes. During this time we will get to know each other a little more, where I’ll then feel confident to create your bridal look.

A trial can take place at any time, at least two months before the wedding date. It is essential for the bride to have a trial. Other members of the bridal party or guests are also welcome to a trial if necessary.

During your trial we will spend on average 1 1/2 to 2 hours to discuss your ideas, style of wedding, colour choices, hair style and themes. During this time we will get to know each other a little more, where I’ll then feel confident to create your bridal look.

A trial can take place at any time, at least two months before the wedding date. It is essential for the bride to have a trial. Other members of the bridal party or guests are also welcome to a trial if necessary.

On the wedding day I will arrive at your chosen venue with everything we need for bridal perfection – including full make up kit, Glamcor daylight lights, make up chair, and also emergency items such as a sewing kit and superglue. I have been known to glue diamantes onto tiaras moments before the “I Do’s”.

On the wedding day I will arrive at your chosen venue with everything we need for bridal perfection – including full make up kit, Glamcor daylight lights, make up chair, and also emergency items such as a sewing kit and superglue. I have been known to glue diamantes onto tiaras moments before the “I Do’s”.