Hair & Make-up Trials
Your chosen stylist will travel to you for your trial or if you would prefer, some of our stylists have home studios too.
We strongly recommend having a hair and make-up trial ahead of the big day as this gives you a chance to try your desired styles away from the day itself and will allow time to discuss your requirements and timings in depth.
Trials take place ideally around 2-3 months before your wedding day and usually last 2-4 hours.
We recommend having some pictures to hand at your trial of the hair styles/make-up looks that you like (or dislike) as it will help your stylist to gage a better idea of your taste and the kind of look you are going for. You may also wish to bring any hair accessories such as tiaras, combs and veils to try with your finished hairstyle.
Alternatively if you would prefer to go ahead without a trial, this is no problem. You can discuss your ideas directly with your stylist over email/phone before the wedding day so that you are both on the same page. If required, we can simply schedule some additional time on the wedding day itself so that you and your stylist can discuss your chosen style in person and make any necessary adjustments to ensure the look you want is achieved. Additional time may be chargeable. Please see our terms and conditions for more information.
On Your Wedding Day
Your chosen stylist will travel to your venue or home on the morning of the wedding to get you ready.
It is important to us that your wedding morning is relaxed and happy!
Our stylists provide a calm and friendly atmosphere and will ensure that you are confident with your make-up and hair on your special day.
At your request we can be on hand throughout the day to keep your make up looking fresh for photographs should you so wish.
If you have lots of bridesmaids we can provide you with a time schedule in advance to ensure that the morning runs smoothly.
If necessary we can arrange for an additional stylist or assistant to help.
Please contact us if you need any advice or if you require any further information.