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  • When should I book for my makeup?
    Some Bookings are made up to 2 years in advance (mainly weddings) however the sooner the better as Saturday appointments are in high demand.
  • Will my makeup last if I have it done early?
    Yes! I tailor my makeup to suit your skin type and to make sure it lasts as long as possible. Some of my clients have even made their makeup last 2 days!
  • If I have a large bridal party that need to be ready fairly early will you be able to do us all?
    Yes! I have an assistant I work with on a regular basis who is at the same level as me, she can do half the bridal party as I focus on the bride and a few other members of your party.
  • Do you travel?
    I usually work in my studio in Berkhamsted however I am mobile for wedding parties (minimum spend required) and photoshoots. please do not hesitate to contact me for other occasions where you need me to travel incase I am able to help.
  • Are you qualified or self taught?
    I am fully qualified and have a Diploma in Makeup Artistry
  • Do you offer lessons?
    Yes! I offer 1:1 lessons for makeup artists of all skill levels and also for people looking to perfect their own makeup and help it last.
  • Why is bridal a different price to an occassion makeup?
    For bridal Makeup I am required to go to a location, meaning a minimum spend for me to take a bridal booking is necessary as I am taking a day out of my studio to come to you bright and early and taking time to travel to the location and back. The bride is the main attraction of the day and needs to feel extra special. Bridal makeup is a much more bespoke service. Every detail of the brides makeup is carefully discussed with the bride so everything is perfect. I stay until the entire party is ready to go and give touch ups where needed before they head off to the service, bridal makeup is much more than an evening makeup in my studio.
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