Monday, September 8, 2014

Bridal Makeup Artist Checklist

Hello, lovelies~ One thing I remember from planning my own wedding was the many options to choose from for hair and makeup. There were a lot of makeup artists that does bridal makeup, but I already settled my choices down to two. Since the first one couldn't make it, I went happily with the second one, Endi.

Continuing my post about wedding makeup, I decided to share a few things to remember when you're looking for a makeup artist for your wedding day. To make things easier, I'll share with you how Bridestory can help your search for the one bridal makeup artist.
This is the first and most important factor that every bride-to-be has to remember.  Make sure that the makeup artist you desired is available for your big day. Book them in advance if you have too.

Once you've determined that the makeup artist is available, ask for the budget. Would be useless if the price is out of your budget, right? Don't be shy to ask for deals and who gets the makeup aside from you. This is because some makeup artists only give the service to the bride only, with extra fee for the mothers and/or groom.

This is the part where you can see the versatility and style of the makeup artist. You can see if all the clients ends up looking the same or if he/she accentuates every client's feature. 

Trial Makeup
It's important to have this session, so you can see how it will look like before the big day. Do try makeup before a big event, maybe a prewedding photo shoot or a night out with the girls. Also, remember to communicate with the makeup artist what you want the wedding makeup to look like.

All the information about the makeup artist is at your fingertips.
Unlike the traditional ways of looking up bridal makeup artists through friends and family, Bridestory gives you the easier alternative. All you have to do is type and click.
Browse their portfolio straight from the comfort of your home
The ease of information packed in one single page without you having to flip through the yellow pages or talk to friends and family, to determine the reputation of the makeup artist. All you have to do is look at the review page and talk immediately to the makeup artist themselves.

Signing up couldn't be easier.
You can check out their website over at as well as their social media accounts. If you don't have an account, you can simply register with your facebook or twitter account.

For those planning their wedding, don't forget to check out Bridestory to make your wedding planning easier. I hope these simple tips, along with the previous post, can help you brides-to-be in the makeup department. Good luck and have a fun time planning your wedding! I know I did.

Thanks for reading and until then, I'll see you later~

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  1. Aaaaaahh ada akuuuu hihihihihi..

  2. *silent reader here* I love your new blog layout! It's so simple and pretty :D

    The big picture in the blog content end up clashing with the sidebar, though (or is it just my computer?). Anyway makasih lho tips make up weddingnya, meskipun aku gak akan menikah dlm waktu dekat tp tetep berguna hohoho~

    1. Thanks for reading~ Waduh, di aku ga clash ke sidebar sih, nanti aku liat lagi deh settingannya. ^_^