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Getting Married? Why Not Have a Makeup Trial?

by Caroline Camber
Bridal makeup taken at Burlton Manor

Bridal makeup is an essential part of any bride’s wedding day preparation. It is the finishing touch that completes the bride’s look and makes her feel confident and beautiful.

Complementing Your Features

However, choosing the right makeup artist and look can be daunting and this is where a makeup trial comes in. A makeup trial is a pre-wedding consultation with your makeup artist to try different makeup looks and styles. It is an opportunity to discuss your preferences, skin type, and concerns.

During the trial, your makeup artist will test various products and techniques to create a look that complements your features and matches your wedding theme. One of the main benefits of having a makeup trial is that it allows you to experiment with different makeup styles and find the one that suits you best.

It is also an opportunity to test the longevity and durability of the makeup, ensuring that it stays in place throughout the day.

Makeup trial

A Makeup Trial

A makeup trial is particularly important if you have sensitive skin or are prone to allergies. It allows you to test the products and ensure they do not cause irritation or adverse reactions. It also provides an opportunity to try lashes if you’re not usually a lash wearer to see if they are something you’d like on your Wedding Day.

Another benefit of having a makeup trial is that it allows you to build a relationship with your makeup artist. You can discuss your vision for your wedding day and work together to create a look that matches your personality and style. It also allows the makeup artist to get to know your skin type and recommend how to prepare your skin for the big day.

In addition to the benefits mentioned above, a makeup trial can alleviate any pre-wedding jitters. It lets you see what you will look like on your wedding day, giving you one less thing to worry about. It also allows you to adjust your makeup look before the big day.

Bridal makeup

A Couple of Years in Advance

My advice is to get yourself out to wedding fairs to meet makeup artists and hair stylists to discuss booking-in trials early on in your wedding planning so if you’re happy with the results; you can get the date locked in with them as it’s common for people to book up to a couple of years in advance.

If you fancy a chat about your wedding, You can visit Caroline’s website or at the following wedding fairs showcasing makeup over the coming months:

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