Where do I Start?

Choosing a makeup artist for your wedding can seem like a daunting task. With so many options, websites, salons, recommendations it's super important that you pick an artist that you feel totally comfortable with. I pride myself on not only my versatility as an artist but also my ability to make the bride feel completely comfortable,from the most natural bride to the uber-glam. 

What is a 'Wedding Trial'?

Once you have decided on a makeup artist the next step would be to set up a wedding trial. Although a trial isn't required I would highly suggest it. During the trial we will discuss your look, talk about the look and the feel of the wedding, do a full run through of the look and alter the look as you see fit. You will be able to wear the makeup all day so you can see how really well the makeup lasts.

What is the largest party you can accommodate?

I can do up to 8-10 people on my own. Parties of 8 or more may require me to bring an assistant or other artists. I will work with you or your wedding planner to determine how much time is allotted for makeup and what it will take to perform the best work; while being mindful of your tight schedule.

What kind of makeup do you use?

I use a variety of different high quality brands ranging from Chanel and Dior to MAC, Temptu, YSL, etc. I will choose the best long wearing makeup to create the perfect look for your wedding. All of my products are dermatologist/ophthalmologist and allergy tested. 

*I should also note that all the makeup/brushes are kept clean and sanitized in between each and every client.

How far will you travel?

I include 50 miles of travel (from Providence, RI) in my prices but have the flexibility to travel anywhere. Most commonly I book weddings in New England: Cape Cod, Boston, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, Rhode Island, etc.   

Where do you do the Makeup Trial?

You have the option of either me coming to you or I have a studio space in Providence, RI that is also available. Whichever is easiest for you.