My Wedding Hair, Make Up And Nails
My wedding hair, make up and nails.
I know, I do know one other wedding publish – I’ll get over it soon honest! I just wanted to show you my marriage ceremony hair and make up. I didn’t get any good photos of my bridesmaids hair and make up sadly but they were performed by the same people and both of them looked gorgeous!
First up the hair – this was achieved by Hair by Lydia and Hannah who I really would recommend! I was actually happy with my hair and Lydia was really friendly and good at what she does. I had one hair trial for a totally different style but we didn’t have time to fit another in on the wedding so she literally turned up on the day and did my hair without making an attempt it first. I had some human hair extensions in from Paul’s Hair World too for a bit of extra volume and thickness.
Here’s what I had for my marriage ceremony hair trial – I decided quite near the wedding that I didn’t want it all pinned up in spite of everything although I did like the hairstyle:
My make up was done by Sophia Georgiou, once more I would 100% recommend her and will definitely be getting her to do my make up once more for a special occasion (or two!). I had a trial with Sophia where she really listened to what I wished (I wanted a glam, totally made up look fairly than a traditional dewy, barely-there bridal look, without it looking OTT) and I think she nailed it. Sophia just lately did some coaching with the Kardashian’s make up artist, Mario Dedivanovic, which I won’t deny I was pleased about! Say what you like about them, but their make up is always on point. The make up lasted well into the evening as effectively!
And finally my nails. I was actually indecisive about how I needed my nails for my marriage ceremony, even during my appointment. I knew I probably wanted them pink and definitely not French tips, that I probably wanted some crystals but not too many and that I needed them a tapered shape. So..yeah, good and actual then! Fortunately the nail tech at Matrix Nails & Beauty was fab and came up with a design I really preferred!
I was seriously impressed that I only lost one crystal by the whole time and that was 4 days into the honeymoon – I wasn’t cautious with my nails both and swam in the sea or pool day by day. I love the look of acrylics but natural hair tips I never seem to want to keep them on, I’ll get them put on then take away them without ever getting them infilled. I don’t know why but I do it every time!
When you’re getting your marriage ceremony hair and make up completed, I’d definitely suggest getting as much inspiration as you may and desirous about what is going to go along with your overall look and wedding type. If you are planning a wedding chances are, you’ll be looking Pinterest. I found Pinterest and Instagram really helpful to work out what I needed. Check out my Marriage ceremony Inspiration board.
Trials are at all times a really good idea too – it helps you decide what you want, offers you confidence in the person doing it and makes certain that you are pleased with the best way you’re going to look on the large day. Considered one of my associates had trials with 3 make up artists before she found one she was happy with.
Shop around and get price comparisons as well as the costs can differ ridiculously – I’m not saying go for the most affordable MUA and hairdresser you will discover by any means, just be certain that you’re not getting ripped off, that it matches in with your finances and that you’re pleased with the tip consequence – and guantee that what you need is included. I wouldn’t be seen dead without false lashes on so I wanted to be sure that they were included in my marriage ceremony make up and so they had been as commonplace.