I Am Considering to Do My Own Makeup for My Wedding. Should I or Shouldn’t I?
-Sandra is a professional, full-time, freelance HAIR & MAKEUP artist starting her professional career as a hairstylist with 30 years experience-both salon-based and freelance. In 2009, she trained at The Academy of Freelance Makeup (London/Paris/New York) and received the Total Pro Course certificate. This allowed her to train with artists including Jose Bass, Rachel Wood and Lan Ngyuen, who she has worked with at London Fashion Week shows.
To makeup yourself on your wedding day or not? When it comes to your wedding day the prerogative is yours and if you feel comfortable with applying your own makeup on one of the most important day of your life then by all means.
To do this you will need to research what products work best photographically, which products interact with one another, how to colour correct, find your perfect skin base, lip and eye colours, blend, layer eye and skin products and then ensure it lasts all day and night.
As a Bride you will have a million other things to think about apart from this and buying the wrong products cannot only be hard on your purse but also your final photographs. If you get your photographs back and the makeup does not look how you felt you wanted it to then this can be devastating.
Let a professional makeup artist take the stress and worry from you, sit back with your glass of bubbly and chat away with your Bridesmaids while being made to look the best version of yourself!
If you really do want to do your makeup yourself book a lesson with a pro artist to learn how to achieve your dream look.
“Beneath the makeup and behind the smile I am just a girl who wishes for the world.”
― Marilyn Monroe
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