Christi Reynolds of Christi Reynolds Beauty is back with part 2 of her series for brides on how to book your bridal beauty services. In part 2 entitled "Booking your Bridal Beauty | Party Two - How to Book a Trial Run Session" , Christi explains how to book your bridal preview/trial session with your professional makeup artist.
My friend makeup artist and hairstylist Christi Reynolds of Christi Reynolds Beauty in Sacramento, California has an amazing blog series for our brides-to-be on planning your wedding.
Her first blog post is entitled Booking your Bridal Beauty - Part One - Choosing a Pro. She gives tips on hiring your bridal beauty professional. the when? ? The why? and the how?
Be sure to check back for part 2.
You've probably just gotten engaged. You already know who's in your wedding party and have an appointment to meet with your wedding venue and florist.
I know you're currently deciding if you're wearing your hair up or down or straight or curly. But what you do have to put at the top of the list is your wedding day makeup. You're looking at wedding makeup artist sites, mine including and wondering, "Why does it cost so much??"
Dee of DeeVa Beauty has a blog post about the break down of wedding day makeup to help you understand.
This season at Bridal Fashion Week, make up artist and hairstylist were asked what their best kept beauty secrets just for wedding day makeup. Here are a few tips.
- Use a setting powder one shade darker than your skin. Many brides use a powder that is too light for their skin. Using a darker one will just give you a bit of extra color says makeup artist Vivian Martin at Clair Pettibone.
- Pale pink isn't only for nails. Pick a shade that matches your personality. Failsafe, feminine options are shades of pink and blush. If your dress has red in it, wear red says manicurist Julie Kandalec at Neema Khan.
- An updo is a foolproof way to look regal on your big day. "Wearing your hair up exudes confidence and last a long time, too" says hairstylist Joseph DiMaggio at Neema Khan.
- Let your dress be the focal point of your look. "You spend so much time finding the perfect gown, so you don't want your makeup to overshadow it" says makeup artist Daniel Martin at Neema Khan. You can have a bold look but be sure not to take the focus of YOU.
- Focus on making your skin look perfect. "You don't want to look like you're wearing a full face of makeup.." says makeup artist Talia Sparrow at Jenny Packham. Focus on your skin. Make it look very fresh and clean.
For more tips and trips from makeup artist and hairstylist from Bridal Fashion Week. Click here!