Your trial is approaching and it’s time to see your full bridal look. Make sure you’ve done your part and come prepared with everything you need for your trial. The stylist you’ve booked should have told you exactly what to expect (time, location, duration), what to prepare (cleaned up brows, exfoliated skin), and what to bring (hair accessory, hair extensions, favourite lip shade) When your there, don’t hold back. At the end of the day, your paying for this and you need to speak up for what you want. At the same time, you need to be realistic and remember makeup is just that, makeup, not photoshop. While you should be prepared with looks you like, don’t expect to look like the models in the photos. On another note, be upfront with your previous experiences working with a professional artist. What you didn’t like and why? Also be up front with your comfortability with makeup. True professionals will know how to make sure you not only look flawless, but that you also feel comfortable with the style they have done on you. After the trial check the makeup in different lighting, concentrating on
the lighting you will be in the majority of the wedding day. This is also a great opportunity to take photos to see how the makeup will look.