The same as your photographer, wedding planner, DJ, etc., your beauty vendor plays a very important part in your wedding. How do you know if the artist you have in mind is the right fit for you?
ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS
An artist who is established and experienced will ask all the right questions to get the exact look you're going for. If you speak to an artist and you feel all they want from you is a booking and your money, you may want to explore other options.
DON'T FEEL RUSHED
At no point in time, whether you're meeting the artist for coffee or having a trial, should you feel rushed. The point of meeting/having a trial is to discuss all wedding details and to get your look down to exactly what you want for your big day. Your artist should take detailed notes and photos, as well as get to know you and your wedding style. In all honesty, if your artist is rushing through this process, they're not too concerned with your happiness and you're most likely just a number to them.
With all the hustle and bustle of your wedding day, keeping things drama free is key. Your emotions are already heightened on your wedding day so having someone to keep you relaxed helps. Your artist should make you feel as though no matter what happens, you will look and most importantly feel your best.
Having a connection with the artist you've chosen begins the moment you contact them. Once the vows are said and the party is over, your relationship with your artist shouldn't stop there. We love to see your wedding photos. Reach out to them, share your wedding story, leave them a review and recommend them to others.