by Diana Campos from Brides By Diana
-My mission is to deliver the best makeup and hair services in the industry, teaming with the best makeup artist and hair stylist i have meet and worked with throughout the years. My goal is not to change someones image but to create a look that will translate to a better version of yourself. A wedding is one of the biggest celebrations and memories will last forever....More
Are There Any Preparations Needed for Getting My Hair and Makeup Service on My Wedding Day?
Come with dry hair. The texture is better with a day old hair, hair styles won't hold as well when the hair is freshly washed, it has to much movement. The only time this doesn't apply is when getting a blow-out. Once i apply the right products, Bang! there is a beautiful hair-do. Come with no makeup, no mascara. A day old mascara can totally ruin the final look. I... Read More »
Any Hairstyles Suit My Saree (Indian Traditional Outfit)?
The answer is No. As a hair stylist, we have to take into consideration the hair texture, the shape or your head, how long is your neck, if you are planning on wearing big earrings, the jewelry you will be wearing, are you planning on having hair extensions, and for how long you are planning to keep the hairstyle. A wedding is a very busy day for the Bride, people... Read More »
I Have a Second Outfit for the Reception, Am I Able to Change My Hair and Makeup Looks to Complement My Ensemble?
Absolutely, We do that all the time, why choose one look when you can have 2! I strongly recommend having a trial, especially when you are planning on 2 looks for your wedding day, that way the services can be scheduled properly. Diana Campos
Can I Schedule My Trial on the Day of My Engagement Photos?
Yes, most Brides try to schedule their makeup and/or hair trial on the same day they are having their engagement photos taken. Give your self enough time and plan ahead, that way it will be easier to schedule a day that works for everyone, trying to book too close to the day can be a conflict of schedules and that is when my brides have no choice but to book... Read More »
Should I Have a Trial Make-up Before Wedding Day?
Makeup Trial: The makeup artist and bride to be meet after exchanging inspiration images to then decide on the look prior to the trial. The first thing on the trial day is the initial consultation to decide what's the client's skin type and what makeup and skin care products will be best to use. Once the makeup and hair look is created, the makeup artist and client will come to... Read More »
How Long Does a Traditional Indian Wedding Makeup Session Last?
Traditional makeup for an Indian wedding is approximately 1-2hrs depending on how elaborate the look is. For more information on how to prep for your trial and wedding day, please visit us at www.bridesbydiana.com Diana Campos
Would You Be Open to Using My Own Make-up?
Yes of course! As long as we think that the cosmetics of your choice will still deliver quality results, we are open to use them. No every cosmetic in the market photographs or reads well on video, especially foundations, which a lot of the times tend to look cakey and some cosmetics are just not really long wear. That is why I strongly recommend booking a professional Makeup Artist who... Read More »
What should you Avoid for Your Makeup?
You definitely wanna be yourself on your special day. You don't wanna try new looks or new hair styles you have never try before. You want your look to flow with the vibe with the venue and decorations. Please visit my website to get tips on how to prep and how to choose the perfect makeup and hair look for you special day. www.bridesbydiana.com Diana Campos
When Should I Book for My Makeup and Hair Trial?
Is recommended to book your makeup and/or hair trial at least a year in advance, this is to make sure you secure a professional artist who is able to translate your ideas and make you look your best. You also wanna plan ahead and see if the desire look requires letting your hair grow longer, or any other slight changes that sometimes come when planning on the trial or right... Read More »