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  • Bridal Makeup

    Bridal Makeup Bridal makeup is a specialized application of cosmetics and beauty techniques designed to enhance the appearance of a bride on her wedding day.

    • trials (1 hr 30 min)
      $90+ book
    • wedding (2 hr)
      $150+ book
    • Deposit is required

  • Bridesmaid Makeup

    Bridesmaid Makeup Bridesmaid makeup refers to the application of cosmetics and beauty products on the faces of bridesmaids to enhance their natural features and create a cohesive look for a wedding ceremony.

    • regular (1 hr 30 min)
      $125+ book
    • Deposit is required

  • Eye Makeup

    Eye Makeup It involves various techniques and products to highlight and define the eyes, creating different looks and emphasizing their natural beauty.

    • regular (1h)
      $80+ book
    • Deposit is required

  • Full Face Makeup

    Full Face Makeup Full face makeup refers to the application of cosmetics to enhance and transform the appearance of the entire face.

    • regular (2 hr)
      $120+ book
    • Deposit is required

  • Makeup Parties

    Makeup Parties Makeup parties are social gatherings or events where individuals come together to explore, experiment, and learn about various aspects of makeup application.

    • regular (1 hr 30 min)
      $100+ book
    • Deposit is required

  • Natural Glam Makeup

    Natural Glam Makeup Natural Glam Makeup refers to a makeup look that enhances one’s natural features while still achieving a glamorous and polished appearance.

    • regular (1 hr 30 min)
      $100+ book
    • Deposit is required

  • Photoshoot Makeup

    Photoshoot Makeup Photoshoot makeup typically focuses on creating a smooth, even complexion by using foundation, concealer, and powder to minimize imperfections and achieve a photo-ready finish.

    • regular (1 hr 30 min)
      $100+ book
    • Deposit is required

How do I choose the right foundation shade for my skin tone?
To choose the right foundation shade, match the undertone of your skin (cool, warm, or neutral) to the undertone of the foundation. Test a few shades on your jawline, and pick the one that disappears into your skin. Natural lighting is key for accurate selection.
What are some makeup tips for oily/dry/sensitive skin?
Here are some quick makeup tips for different skin types:

Oily Skin

  • Use an oil-free, mattifying primer to control shine.
  • Choose oil-free and long-wearing foundation formulas.
  • Set your makeup with a translucent powder to minimize oiliness throughout the day.

Dry Skin

  • Start with a hydrating primer to create a smooth base.
  • Opt for a dewy or hydrating foundation for a radiant finish.
  • Use cream blushes and highlighters to add a healthy glow.
  • Avoid powder products that can emphasize dry patches.

Sensitive Skin

  • Prioritize fragrance-free and hypoallergenic makeup products.
  • Perform a patch test before trying new products to avoid reactions.
  • Use a gentle cleanser and moisturizer to prep your skin before makeup.
Remember, proper skincare tailored to your skin type is essential for a flawless makeup application.
What’s the best makeup for sensitive skin?
For sensitive skin, it's best to opt for hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic makeup products. Look for mineral-based foundations, fragrance-free products, and those labeled "sensitive skin" or "dermatologist-tested." Always do a patch test before full application.
What are the current makeup trends?
Certainly! The current makeup trends include natural glowing skin, bold brows, soft and neutral eyeshadows, glossy lips, and a focus on minimalistic yet impactful looks.
What are the benefits of getting makeup done at a salon?
Getting your makeup done at a salon offers professional expertise, a wide range of quality products, personalized looks tailored to your features and preferences, and a pampering experience that boosts your confidence for special occasions or photoshoots.
How can I make my makeup last all day?
To make your makeup last all day, start with a clean and moisturized face. Apply a primer to create a smooth base, then use long-wearing, waterproof makeup products. Set your makeup with a setting spray and carry oil-absorbing sheets for touch-ups throughout the day.
What makeup styles are suitable for different occasions?
Here's a brief guide to makeup styles for different occasions:
  1. Natural Day Look: Opt for a light foundation, neutral eyeshadows, mascara, and a soft blush for everyday wear.
  2. Office/Professional: Stick to subtle tones with defined brows, matte eyeshadows, eyeliner, and a neutral lipstick.
  3. Date Night: Enhance eyes with smoky or shimmery eyeshadows, winged eyeliner, volumizing mascara, and a bold lip color.
  4. Formal Event: Choose a classic look with a flawless base, well-defined eyes using liner and individual lashes, and a sophisticated lip color.
  5. Party/Glam: Go all out with dramatic eyeshadows, false lashes, contouring, and a vibrant lip shade to stand out.
Remember, the key is to adapt these styles to your personal preferences and features.
Can you create a natural-looking makeup look?
Absolutely! I'd be delighted to create a natural-looking makeup look that enhances your features while maintaining a fresh and subtle appearance.
Can you show me a makeup look for a special occasion?
For a special occasion, I recommend a glamorous evening look. Start with a flawless base using a full-coverage foundation and concealer. Define your eyes with a shimmering smokey eye using neutral tones, and add dramatic eyelashes for extra flair. Sculpt your cheeks with a rosy blush and highlighter for a radiant glow. Complete the look with a bold red lip to make a statement. Remember, blending is key for a seamless finish. Enjoy your special event!
What is contouring and highlighting in makeup?
Contouring and highlighting are makeup techniques used to enhance facial features. Contouring involves using a matte product slightly darker than your skin tone to create shadows, giving the illusion of more defined cheekbones, a slimmer nose, and a sculpted jawline. Highlighting uses a shimmery product to accentuate high points like the tops of cheekbones, bridge of the nose, and cupid's bow, adding a radiant glow and dimension to the face.