Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Timeless, Elegant, Luxurious, Fresh, Modern.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
I like to start with an initial consultation via Zoom so that we can (virtually!) meet one another and get a feel for each others personalities. I love to hear all about your
wedding plans that you have so far and I make notes so that I can refer back to them at a later date. It’s essential to me that I give all my couples my undivided attention so I will never book two weddings on the same day.
What do you love most about your job?
I love connecting with people and nurturing my relationships with my clients. Being a makeup artist is a very intimate job - you are up close and personal in someone’s personal space for a decent amount of time so making sure my client is comfortable is my utmost priority. I will always check in with you throughout the process to make sure you are happy and content. I also love playing with makeup and creating these beautiful bridal looks for my brides - I’m a creative soul.
What is your No. 1 beauty tip for a bride?
Always wear a little more blush than you think you should. Professional photography can sometimes make you look washed out if the bridal makeup is too “nude”. Another thing to add is being cheek to cheek with friends and relations at your reception can sometimes cause makeup to rub away so you can look tired easily. I provide complimentary touch up kits for all my brides so that they can ensure they look fresh from day to night.
How do you keep the bride feeling calm on her wedding day?
I immerse her in a luxurious pampering experience. I love to start a makeup look by treating her to a facial massage to stimulate blood flow so that the skin looks fresh and healthy.
What advice would you give to brides to stay looking great throughout their wedding day?
Use the complimentary touch up kit I have provided for you which has everything you need to keep makeup looking pristine. One of the items you’ll find inside is a blotting paper - this is great for removing excess shine without making the skin look cakey by adding more powder to the skin for example.