Wedding Hair and Make Up - Melbourne - how to choose
Posted 20 January 2010 - 01:42 PM
One of the hardest things is - the trials are so very expensive. How is it that a trial that you have to travel to them and is half the time can be as little as only $10 less than what it is on the day when they come to you and spend double the time - some of them the same price.
I have no idea where to start - so many reccomendations online - also so many non-reccomendations of the same people. I guess I want something between sexy/dramatic and natural. Photo's on the websites if only professional models don't help - they are models - and then some have photo's of brides taken with poor quality cameras that don't do the MUA or hairdresser justice.
With hair - I have very long thick hair and I THINK I want an updo - but not the tight, pulled back and in curlers pinned up that i've had for every other formal event I've had my hair done for. I am thinking like this:
What do I do? ARGH!
Posted 20 January 2010 - 10:46 PM
Do you currently have a hairdresser? If so it may be worth asking them if they have an 'updo expert' in the salon (quite often the one who does your colour or cut will not be the one doing the updo, as they specialise in each area) and maybe you could ask them a few questions, bring in the photo to see if they sound confident about managing that hairstyle on your hair?
Btw it's a gorgeous updo! good luck in your search.
Posted 21 January 2010 - 07:35 AM
She is a mobile makeup artist who comes to your home. I know she offers airbrush makeup if you would like something lighter.
Her website is here
In her gallery section, they are not models, just regular brides/debs/students going to formal (I know this because my sisters and I are in the pictures!)
Posted 10 February 2010 - 06:46 PM
I also don't wear a lot of makeup so was cautious about this and made sure she knew that and that I wanted to go with fairly natural colours. I was extremely happy with my make up in the end - I had a fair amount on (though you have to for it to show up in the photos) but it was still quite natural in how it looked. If you are worried, make sure you have a makeup trial too and voice your concerns/throughts to the makeup artist. If they are good, they will listen to you and talk you through it.
Posted 15 February 2010 - 03:36 PM
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