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Hi gorgeous! Are you currently in search of a hair & makeup vendor for your wedding, big event or special occasion you have coming up?
We understand the stress of not knowing where to start when searching for a hair & makeup artist, and what to look for exactly, so we’re spilling all the tea!
Always always look at their portfolios and photos! You want to ensure that the content you’re seeing aligns with the look you’re going for. While our team is very diverse, our speciality is soft glam & flawless, realistic skin, and hair that’s touchable with movement. If you find that what you’re seeing looks like a style you’d love to see on yourself, that’s a great sign that you may have found the one! We always recommend our clients find at least 3 photos they can use as inspo from our page, since that is our signature technique.
Look for reviews on the company and see what other clients have had to say about working together! If you know someone who has worked with that specific HMUA or team, ask about their experience as well. Also, don’t be shy to ask questions about what you see in reviews! While we love getting 5 star reviews from clients, not every business is going to be for everyone and that’s OK. We are personally always happy to explain our policies & provide information beforehand to make sure we are the right fit for you!
Have you browsed your potential vendors website? This will give you an idea of their skill set, professional approach and who they are as a whole to ensure you feel aligned with their values, mission, processes and talent!
We hope this helps you narrow down your beauty decisions! If you would like to chat more with us on all things bridal & beauty, click here! We can’t wait to meet you!
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