photo courtesy Crystal Madsen PhotographyHow long have you been doing make-up? Over 10 years, professionally. How would you describe your make-up style? Classic and timeless. I love to customize a look for each client that works for them and brings out their best features.
photo courtesy Amber Glanville PhotographyHow should brides get their skin ready for wedding day make-up? Make sure to start any new skin regimens at least 3 months prior. Do not make any crazy changes close to your big day to prevent any breakouts or reactions to products. Light monthly facials are a must and extractions if needed. Only gentle cleansing day of. How do you help brides choose the right make-up for their wedding day? I always do a pre-trial with my brides. I love inspiration pictures to help the bride and I get on the same page. I spend the first 10-15 min of our pre-trial discussing options and details. I then customize their look!
photo courtesy Alissa FergusonWhat products do you use? I’m loyal to no brand, only products that work. I love Chanel, Dior, NARS, Mac, ex. Brands all across the board have certain products I love and have used for years. What should brides look for in their make-up artist? Look for an artist that doesn’t just carbon copy each bride, but captures each brides personality and best features in her art. Will you travel and is there a fee? Absolutely! Depending on distance, there is a fee.
photo courtesy Jackie Zurfluh PhotographyWhat is the price range of your services, and do you do packages? Prices start at $55 and rage to $400 and up, depending. I do packages! Contact me and I will create a custom quote for your needs and wedding.