The ultimate bridal beauty checklist


Help your customers with their beauty routine in time for their wedding day

There is a lot to think about when planning a wedding – from setting the date and booking a venue to deciding the colour theme. However, all those things are arguably irrelevant because on the big day itself, all eyes will be on the bride. And for your bride-to-be customer, how she looks and feels is what she will remember forever. Award-winning bridal make-up artist Sarah Brock says brides should factor their beauty regime into the planning as soon as the date is set.

Six months to go

BareMinerals International Make-Up Artist Sarah-Jane Froom says six months in advance is ideal for an initial make-up trial. Your customers should also be advised to decide on their hairstyle and dress so they will complement each other. The dress is crucial, as Brock says the bride should choose a make-up look to go with it.


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