We’ve all had those sweaty makeup days, where your foundation comes sliding off your face, or those bad hair days where every strand falls flat. They actually happen probably more than one would like to admit. That being said, this shouldn’t be the case on your wedding day. I can’t stress the importance enough of having a makeup and hair trial. With a practice run, you can try out multiple looks to solidify which elements are best suited for you and your overall wedding vision. Also, you can try out the longevity of the makeup and hair, to in future, be able to tweak where need be. I’ve seen unprepared brides squander their trials and I don’t want that to be you. So, I’ve come up with a list of expert tips that will prepare you for the best, most pampering experience!
You see another pretty model as you flip through a magazine, but do you ever stop to think about what goes on behind scenes? The concept of a photoshoot (I mean beyond your wedding or perhaps your headshot) may be associated only with cities like New York, that have bustling fashion industries and a million brands. But, that’s actually not the case. In fact, beauty and editorials are even done here in the small town of Vancouver. A stripped down, makeup focused shoot is an excellent