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Here are some important things to remember before you meet a bridal makeup artist.
What is your budget?
Like everything else, there has to be a budget for your makeup artist too. Try to stick to your budget as there would be ample unexpected expenses. Also, there would be transportation costs, lodging costs in case of an outstation wedding.
What look do you want?
There are some bridal makeup artists in hyderabad who specialize in the all-natural look while there are some who specialize in a glam makeover. Before settling down on an artist make sure you have well-knit research done regarding the look that you want. An image of your outfit is also very important.
Is it a day function or night?
The type of your function largely affects your choice of a bridal makeup artist in vijayawada. Your requirements will be different for a day function and a night function. Once the timing of your event is decided, convey the same to your makeup artist because that is going to affect your look. Glitter eyes with bold lips are a big no-no for a day event.
Who else will be getting ready?
Apart from you, your mom, sisters, and other family members will need makeup artists too. Some professional bridal makeup artists in vishakapatnam give you discounts depending on the number of people getting ready along with the bride. So, find out how many people will be getting ready with you to get the best offers.
What is your skin type?
You need to know your skin very well before you head to meet your makeup artist also, f your skin has any specific needs. Without this, you won’t be able to convey your requirements to your makeup artist and you might end up having an allergic reaction later.
Have you gone through their social media accounts?
Your makeup artist would be on probably all social media handles and going through their social media handles is the best way to check if the particular bridal makeup artist in tirupati suits you. You can also ask your prospective makeup artist to show you a portfolio of unedited pictures of their work done to get a better idea. You can also talk to their ex-clients and take feedback from them.
What are the services they provide?
There are a variety of makeup services- from HD to mineral. Gather knowledge of the pros and cons of each type to know which type suits you.
HD- HD makeup is suitable for all skin types and is best to hide all your skin problems. HD makeup makes you look great in wedding photos.
Airbrush– Are you a bride with oily skin? Airbrush makeup is the best for you. Brides are given a matte and even-toned finish in airbrush makeup, though it will cost you a little more in comparison to other types.
Mineral- You can opt for a natural and glowing look with mineral makeup.
What to ask your makeup artists?
Are they giving a makeup trial?
This is nothing new, many makeup artists give a paid trial and adjust the amount with their final payment. Trusting someone blindly for your big day is not a very good idea, despite them being renowned and well-known in their respective fields.
Also, wait for a few hours before wiping out your makeup just to see how it looks after a while and how long it stays.
Do you need to prep before makeup?
Some makeup artists might ask you to get some treatment done before getting the appointment. Inquire them about the same and land up with all the required things done.
Which brand will they use?
The quality of the makeup products is a huge deciding factor. You definitely cannot finalize on a makeup artist who will use low-end brands and are harsh on the skin causing breakouts and skin problems. Good quality products last longer and are safe on your skin.
How big is their team?
Ideally, a makeup artist has three people working as a team- one for makeup, one for hair and one for draping. Do ask how many people do they have in their team also if they have a backup makeup artist in case of an emergency.
Are they committed to your day only?
If your makeup artist has taken bookings other than yours on your day, they are ample things that can go wrong. The makeup artist will be in a hurry which is not good for you, leaving you in a mess. So, don’t forget to ask if they have time devoted to you only.
Once you have finalized on a bridal makeup artist, you also need to know some do’s and don’ts of bridal makeup
Have referenced at hand
Stalk makeup artists on social media and select the ones which are your favorite. Collect all the references at hand to show your chosen makeup artist.
Stick to your decided look
All of us have a ‘dream-look’ for our wedding. Though there will be minor changes yet try to stick to your previously decided look. Avoid any major changes to your look.
Communicate with your makeup artist
Don’t forget that your makeup artist is working with you, i.e unknowingly there is teamwork going on. In such a case, you need to convey your likes and dislikes to your makeup artist. Tell them about the things you liked along with the ones you absolutely did not. This is only going to better their work.
Do not try new skincare treatments prior to the wedding
This is a must follow. Never ever try any new skincare treatments close to the wedding. You need to take care of your skin but not with any new skincare treatments, you never know how your skin will be reacting to anything new. Whatever treatments you have to try, try them at least 6 months before the d-day.
Wear your blouse before the makeup
Sounds strange? Well, it’s not. This is helpful in two ways- one, you won’t ruin your hairstyle while wearing the blouse. Secondly, you will get an idea of how your makeup goes with your bridal outfit.
Stick to classics
It’s good to follow trends but not for every occasion. Trendy makeup might look good for your pre-wedding functions like sangeet or mehndi, they might not look the same at your wedding or reception.
Avoid a cakey face
Try to achieve a natural and glowing look instead of layering up your face with foundation and concealer.
All that shimmers is not gold
Most brides make this mistake. You are not supposed to look like a shining star with an overdose of glittery makeup. Stick to a little amount of shimmer.
Your makeup will be taking the time. Do not rush your makeup artist to complete your makeup faster, instead let them work at their own pace and achieve the best look for you.