Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions
Should I get a trial for my wedding?
Yes! I highly recommend booking a trial for your special day. Similar to wedding dress fittings, trials allow you to see how you will look on your wedding day. It will also allow for a less stressful wedding day when you are confident in how your hair and makeup will look.
Is there an additional charge for trials?
Yes, there is an additional charge for trials. The trial is generally a longer appointment as it allows for discussions on how you want hair/makeup to look and any changes that need to be made in real time to perfect the look.
How do you keep your kit clean and sanitary?
Keeping my hair and makeup kits clean and sanitary for my clients is a top priority. I always have 99% alcohol on hand to spray on makeup, tools and brushes in between clients. I also use a product called Beauty So Clean which I spray directly on makeup to sanitize before each use. Hand sanitizer is also essential as is anti-bacterial wipes and washing my hands between clients. I use disposable wands for products such as mascara and lip gloss, and never ever double-dip. For other cream/liquid products, I scoop out the product onto a sanitary palette for use so the product does not get contaminated.
What certifications do you have?
I hold certifications in Makeup Artistry and Hairstyling for Makeup Artists from Nina MUA Makeup Academy in New York City. I also am a Licensed Esthetician in the state of Florida and a member of the Professional Beauty Association.