Storme Webster, the CEO of Storme makeup, said that it is always best to go to your trial run with an open mind and allow your artist to help and guide you as to what is best suited for you to create a unique and flattering wedding look. Whether you have an idea of how you want your hair and makeup to look on your wedding day or not, you should trust the makeup artist you have hired to give you the best suggestion. According to her, it is good for brides to come with a photo of their proposed wedding gown and some other accessory items, such as necklace they plan to use.
Yvette van Schie, a freelance makeup artist, submitted that it is always a good thing to bring a picture of your dress, maid’s dresses, flower inspirations, and hair and makeup inspiration shots to your trial run. She further explained that you need to bring a picture of your dress to the trial run so that your hair stylist can work out what hairstyle would suit your face shape and your dress. She, however, concluded that you need to go to your trial run with a clean and dry hair, as well as a makeup-free face so that your makeup artist can have a clean and fresh surface to start with.
In her own words, Jennifer Perellie, the owner of Jennifer Perellie Makeup, asserted that she always encourages her customers to come with a clean, makeup-free face. She also said that brides should come with photos of their favorite makeup styles on their phone. “From there, we talk about all aspects of the wedding and typical weather that time of year”, she concluded.
Hannah Bush said brides should, first and foremost, appear for their trial run with an open mind. Furthermore, brides should come with 2-3 pictures of their desired look as this will give a concise direction of where to start. She concluded that knowledge of the venue, day, and time of the wedding will also assist in making an effective trial run and wedding preparation on the overall.
Conclusively, it is recommended that you go to your trial run with a clean, makeup-free face, dry hair, some pictures of your desired look, a photo of the proposed wedding gown, an open mind, and few details about the wedding, such as the time, venue, and season of the year. This will help you have a wonderful and memorable trial run.