MAKEUP BY AMBER
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The biggest luxury and benefit from hiring a professional makeup artist is the peace of mind that I can give you! This is your special day, so sit back and let the me pamper you while someone else takes care of the flowers. I will work with you to create a timeline that fits your day, create a fun and relaxing environment, and leave you glammed up and feeling great! With all of the emotions you’re going to be feeling that day, why worry about whether or not your eyeliner is too thick on one side? Leave it to the pro!
Frequently Asked Questions
Is bridal makeup different from everyday makeup?
Absolutely! Bridal makeup must be timeless, waterproof and photo appropriate. Bridal makeup must be waterproof to prevent it from being ruined from crying, sweating and possible weather conditions such as raining. Using the right products will put your mind at ease to be the best you without worrying about your makeup.
What does photo appropriate makeup mean?
It may surprise a lot of brides to know that the makeup you see in the mirror is not the makeup you see on camera. This is especially important when dealing with flash photography. Have you ever seen someone with beautiful makeup and then seen a picture of them with that same makeup and they look pale as a ghost? More than likely, if the foundation was the right color, there was an ingredient in the makeup that reflected the flash that made the person look pale.
I don't wear a lot of makeup, do I still need to have wedding makeup done?
What is a makeup consultation and do I need to have one before my wedding day?
What should I do to have a successful makeup consultation?
- Have pictures of makeup looks that you think are beautiful. This will really help the artist get an idea of what you are looking for.
- Wear a white top even if you aren’t wearing white the day of your wedding. White will help you see your makeup in it’s truest form without having other colors reflecting off your clothing helping you to make a more sound decision.
- Take a picture of your makeup. Remember, makeup reads different on camera. Taking a picture will allow you to see a true read of how the makeup will look. A camera phone is great for this. Taking the picture outside in the natural light is even better.
- Communicate to your artist any sensitivities or skin concerns you may have such as dry or oily skin, do you wear contacts, oily eyelids, etc.