Featured on Guides for Brides

Featured on Guides for Brides

Introducing Your Professional Hair and Makeup Artist

Hello there, lovely brides-to-be! If you’re looking for a professional, friendly, and knowledgeable hair and makeup artist for your special day, you’ve come to the right place! My name is [Name], and I specialise in creating beautiful bridal looks that will make you feel confident, elegant, and absolutely stunning.

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Recognition in Kent’s Media: Showcasing Bridal Creations

As a hair and makeup artist, I take great pride in my work, and I’m thrilled to say that my creations have been featured in publications across Kent. From bridal magazines to local newspapers, my work has been showcased in a variety of media outlets, and I’m honoured to have received such recognition for my craft.

Guides for Brides Feature: Sharing Wedding Inspiration

I’ve just recently uploaded my new ‘Guides for Brides’ badge to my website after appearing again on their website in another fabulous real bride feature. Be sure to head over to their page and have a read – it’s full of wedding inspiration and advice for your big day!

Importance of Media Features: Connecting with Brides

But why is it important for me to be featured in these publications? Well, for one thing, it helps me to reach a wider audience and connect with more brides who are seeking the perfect hair and makeup artist for their big day. By being featured in magazines and newspapers, I can share my expertise and showcase my talents to brides who might not have otherwise discovered me.

Building Credibility: Trust through Publication Features

Additionally, being featured in publications helps to establish my credibility and build trust with potential clients. When brides see my work in print, they can see firsthand the quality of my work and the care that I put into each and every look. It’s a powerful endorsement that can make all the difference when it comes to booking a hair and makeup artist for your wedding. So if you’re on the hunt for a professional, assertive, and elegant hair and makeup artist for your wedding day, be sure to check out my work in the publications across Kent. I promise you won’t be disappointed!

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5 Tips for Brides Choosing Wedding Hair Inspiration

5 Tips for Brides Choosing Wedding Hair Inspiration

Choosing Wedding Hair Inspiration: 5 Tips for Brides

5 tips for brides when it comes to choosing your wedding hair inspiration pictures.

Here are five tips for brides when it comes to choosing wedding hair inspiration pictures:

  1. Consider your wedding dress: Your wedding hair should complement your dress, so take cues from your dress style and neckline when choosing hairstyles. For example, if you have a strapless gown, you might want to consider an updo that draws attention to your neck and shoulders.
  2. Think about your hair type: Different hairstyles work best with different hair types. If you have thin hair, you might want to consider a voluminous updo or adding hair extensions. If you have curly hair, you might want to embrace your natural texture with loose waves or a curly updo.
  3. Look for hairstyles that flatter your face shape: Just like with haircuts, different hairstyles can flatter different face shapes. For example, if you have a round face, you might want to consider an updo that adds height at the crown to elongate your face.
  4. Don’t be afraid to mix and match: You don’t have to choose just one hairstyle for your wedding day. Consider combining elements from different styles to create a unique and personalised look.
  5. Consider your wedding theme: If you’re having a beach wedding, you might want to consider a loose, bohemian hairstyle that complements the relaxed vibe. If you’re having a more formal affair, a sleek updo might be more appropriate.

Confidence and Beauty: Your Perfect Bridal Hairstyle

Remember, the most important thing is to choose a hairstyle that makes you feel confident and beautiful on your special day. You CAN have your dream bridal hair – whatever that may be, you just have to be prepared for the process that it takes to create that for you. If you have short hair and dream of long silky waves then you’re going to need to be prepared to wear extensions of some sort. This will also mean that you need to consider extra cost involved, and possibly additional hair appointments or maintenance too.

Preparing for Your Dream Bridal Hair

One of the best things to do is try and find a selection of styles to show me at your preview session that you really like. You don’t have to want the entire style – you might simply like the front of one, or the shape of curl on another. Your wedding hair is going to be totally unique to you so it’s really important that we understand what you like – and even what you don’t – so that we can consider all of the details when it comes to your finished bridal hair style.

Hope that helps, and don’t forget you can check out my instagram and pinterest pages for even more bridal inspiration too!

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Choosing Perfect Wedding Makeup Look

Choosing Perfect Wedding Makeup Look

Selecting the Ideal Wedding Makeup: Bridal Dilemmas

5 Things a Bide to be Should Consider When Choosing Her Perfect Wedding Makeup Look

Choosing the perfect wedding makeup look can be a daunting task for any bride-to-be. Here are five things that should be considered when making a decision about perfect wedding makeup look:

  1. Skin type and complexion: To achieve a flawless and natural look, it is important to choose makeup that complements the bride’s skin type and complexion. Sounds simple right? But it’s so important and one of the big reasons that a Bride chooses to book a professional makeup artist for their wedding morning. A professional makeup artist can help determine the best products and shades to use, dependant on the outcome that you want to achieve. They might suggest a certain type of foundation, or you might even want to try something like airbrush makeup for your wedding day.
  2. The wedding theme and setting: The makeup should reflect the overall style and theme of the wedding. For example, a beach wedding may call for a more natural and light look, while a formal evening wedding may require a more dramatic and bold approach. Think about what you think ‘fits’ with the wedding that you’re creating.
  3. The bride’s personal style: It is important for the bride to feel comfortable and confident on her wedding day, so the makeup should reflect her personal style. Whether she prefers a natural or a dramatic look, the makeup should enhance her features and make her feel beautiful. You don’t have to look different and you certainly don’t have to wear something that you wouldn’t usually, or are not too sure about just because its a ‘wedding’. You want to look and feel like the very best version of you, whatever that might be for you.
  4. Longevity: The makeup should be able to last throughout the entire day and night, so it is important to use high-quality, long-lasting products. This is another reason to choose a professional. All of the items in my bridal make up kit are there because they are tried an tested, I know they work and I know they will last for your entire wedding day.
  5. Photography: The bride will be photographed extensively on her wedding day, so it is important to choose makeup that looks great both in person and on camera. A professional makeup artist can help create a look that will photograph beautifully and still look just as beautiful in person. Just because you will be photographed you don’t need to wear ‘more’ makeup, you simply need to wear the right makeup.

Your Wedding, Your Rules: Prioritizing Your Desires

One last thing to consider is what you actually want. What do you like to look like, and what would you like to look like on your wedding day. Reagrdless of anything or anyone else make sure you stay true to what you want. If you want something different then go for it, if you don’t want to wear lipstick, then don’t. Your wedding, your rules!

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Wedding Makeup Prep: Moisturise

Wedding Makeup Prep: Moisturise

Wedding Makeup Prep: Moisturize for Radiant Skin

As a Bride to be you might be starting to consider what type of hair and makeup look you want to create on your wedding day. Regardless of style choice there are a few things that I advise all my brides to be doing, to help get their skin in the best possible condition ready for their wedding makeup prep.

The Importance of Skin Preparation for Bridal Makeup

It’s no secret that the key to good makeup, is good skin. If there is a good base for the products then your make up will undoubtedly look even better. Skin that is well looked after will work with your makeup, rather than against it. There are a few key things that your bridal makeup artist might suggest to you depending on your own skin type but one of the most important ones is always to ensure your skin is moisturised.

Key Considerations for Effective Moisturizing

Now some people, especially those with oily skin, tend to skip this step thinking that they don’t need it but unfortunately that’s simply not the case. Oily skin often over produces the oils your skin is lacking which is why a good skincare routine is really important, especially in the run up to your wedding day.

Hydration, Radiance, and Smooth Skin: The Benefits of Moisturizing

Here are three important points to consider when it comes to moisturising :

  1. Hydration is key. By moisturising your skin, you can help to keep it hydrated, which can help to prevent dryness, flakiness, and other skin problems. This is especially important if you have naturally dry skin.
  2. A healthy glow. Moisturising can help to give you a healthy, radiant glow. This is because moisturisers can help to boost circulation and improve skin tone, which can make your complexion look brighter and more even.
  3. Smooth skin. By moisturising regularly, you can help to keep your skin soft and smooth. This can be especially important if you plan to wear a sleeveless or backless dress, as dry, rough skin can be noticeable, uncomfortable and distracting.

Incorporating Moisturizing into Your Daily Skincare Routine

A few basic ways to incorporate this into your daily routine might look something like this:

  • Drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated from the inside out.
  • Using a gentle, moisturising cleanser to wash your face each day.
  • Be sure to remove any makeup properly before bed.
  • Apply a moisturiser with SPF each morning and a rich night cream before bed.

Consulting a Specialist for Your Wedding-Ready Skin

If you’re still not sure exactly how to get your skin looking it’s best for your big day then this is something we can certainly discuss at your preview session. If you have any concerns about your skin then make an appointment to see a skin specialist or dermatologist who will be able to look at things in much more detail and help you create a skin care routine and plan to get your skin wedding ready!

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Vintage Style Wedding Hairstyle

Vintage Style Wedding Hairstyle

Achieving Timeless Elegance with Vintage Wedding Hairstyles

One of the most important days in a woman’s life is her wedding day, and every bride wants to look her best on this special occasion. One way to achieve a timeless and elegant look is by opting for a vintage style wedding hairstyle. Vintage style wedding hairstyle are classic, sophisticated and can be tailored to suit any hair length, type or texture.

Planning a Wedding Look for Timeless Photography

When it comes to all aspects of your wedding planning, you often want to consider something that you know will still look good in your photos in years to come. You also want a personal hair and makeup style that is going to compliment the type of wedding and the type of venue you have chosen.

Embracing Your Personal Style on Your Wedding Day

Hair styles, like most things, change with the trends. If you don’t usually like to wear your hair up then you don’t have to. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that you need to follow a certain ‘rule’ to be a Bride. Wedding hair is exactly that, hair on your wedding day. It’s about you being comfortable and confident, nothing else.

Capturing Classic Romance with Vintage Hair and Makeup

For those Brides that do want to capture the classic romance of a vintage style wedding hairstyle then one way that you can do this is with your choice of wedding day hair and makeup.

Iconic Vintage Hairstyles from the 1920s and 30s

The 1920s and 30s were the golden era of vintage hairstyles, with the iconic finger waves and pin curls being popular choices for brides. These hairstyles were characterised by sleek and smooth styles that framed the face and accentuated the natural features of the bride. For brides with long hair, loose waves or a chignon bun can be a great option, while brides with short hair can opt for a chic bob or a side-swept pixie cut.

Perfect Vintage Accessories for a Timeless Look

In addition to the hairstyle, accessories can also play a significant role in achieving the vintage look. A simple headband or a birdcage veil can add the perfect finishing touch to any vintage hairstyle. Alternatively, brides can opt for a more elaborate headpiece such as a feather fascinator or a crystal hair comb.

Adding Personality to Your Wedding Look with Vintage Hairstyles

Vintage wedding hairstyles are not only timeless and elegant, but they are also a perfect way to add a touch of personality and individuality to your wedding day look. Whether you are a fan of the roaring 20s or the classic Hollywood glamour of the 50s, there is a vintage hairstyle that is perfect for you. So, if you are a bride-to-be, why not consider a vintage wedding hairstyle for your big day?

Consider a Vintage Wedding Hairstyle for Your Big Day

If you’d like to talk more about creating your dream bridal hair then get in touch with me here. I only work with one wedding per day so make sure to check availability for your wedding date asap

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