When Should I Book for My Makeup and Hair Trial?
-Candace Parrish has been doing formal styling for over 10 years. She has done work with Glamour Magazine, and trained with industry leaders such as Martin Parsons and Giovanni Giuntoli of Rolling Stone.
-She has a passion for formal styling and works with every bride individually to achieve the perfect style for her big day. She has a bachelors degree in International Business and is a graduate of The Temple: A Paul Mitchell Partner School and has been a licensed cosmetologist since 2007.
We suggest that our clients do their trial 2-3 months prior to the wedding. It is close enough to the wedding where it is fresh in the stylist’s mind, but also allows for time to make changes to hair and/or makeup if necessary. There are also some brides that prefer to do the trial further away or closer to the wedding date and that is fine as well. It really is at the discretion of the bride.
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