Wedding makeup is all about staying-power. It has to last all day and night, and survive the dance floor! Jules highly recommends a consultation meeting and trial to find a lasting look based on what you have in mind. It will be best arranging the trial for a morning, this way you will see how your makeup lasts and wears through-out the day.
If possible, research a few styles to give Jules an idea of the look you are drawn to, to give us a starting point when designing your look (Pinterest is great). From this, Jules will work along side you to put together a lasting look for your big day, including a simple skin-care regime.
1 - Come armed with a photo of your dress, this really helps when discussing a look for your makeup.
2 - Plan in two hours for your trial. This will give you plenty of time to discuss and try out different ideas.
3 - Wear a white top (if you're getting married in white/ivory that is!), it will set your makeup off really well.
4 - Schedule! It's a good idea to try and schedule a few things into your day, such as the dress fitting, hair trial, plus a cheeky date night! You're going to be feeling and looking amazing.
5 - Remember this is YOUR trial. Please speak up and let your artist know if there is anything you're not comfortable or happy with. We are here to make you feel brilliant, remember!
6 - We will always come back to you via email with a follow-up including all products used - Use this as an opportunity to give your artist any additional feedback after the trial - such as how did the makeup wear as the day went on, lip colour etc.
Your Big Day
On the big day, we will travel to your home or hotel and re-create your chosen look. Your skincare and makeup makeup should take around 60 minutes, with each additional person's makeup taking around 40 minutes. We only use high quality products and we are available and on hand until all the final touch ups are done, and more importantly, you are 100% happy.
Jules works with a team of amazing Bridal Makeup Artists and Hair Stylists should your booking require additional hands.