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Why I became a Bridal Makeup Artist?

Hey Bride-to-Be,

I hope wedding planning is treating you well. I wanted to share exactly why I became a bridal makeup artist. When I first started doing makeup, I was just an enthusiast and couldn't assert myself to claim the title of “makeup artist.” I actually charged $15 per face and I asked my clients to bring their own foundation, haha. Can you believe that? But now 12 years later, here I am serving women with stunning and timeless makeup for all of their life's greatest moments including their wedding.

When I got married in 2015 and before I became a pro, I actually did my own makeup for my wedding (one mistake you should absolutely avoid). And although I loved every bit of my makeup I didn't know anything about making my makeup last throughout the night or making it camera ready. In fact, there are actual photos where you can see where my makeup smudged off a bit. And in all honesty, I had acne prone skin and it is something that still haunts me til this day.

If I could do it all over again, I definitely would've hired a professional so I could've been pampered and had lasting glam on my day. Not to mention, I was so nervous and anxious I could barely put my lashes on.

So after my personal experience, I committed myself to years of studying products, ingredients, and how they interact with each other. I've practiced on various skin types and skin tones and invested thousands of dollars because I don't want brides to go through what I experienced.

I share this with you because I want you to know that I'm passionate and committed to serving brides with exquisite, jaw-dropping, and long-lasting glam so they you look and feel absolutely gorgeous on your wedding day.

If you're a bride and need to book a glam team for your big day, click here. I have a package with your name on it and would love the honor of serving you.

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