I not only want my brides to look their best on their wedding day but to feel their best as well! This is why planning your bridal make-up and hair look for your wedding day is essential!

The bridal make-up and hair trial is mandatory and key to planning your look for your wedding day. At the trial we will work together to create your perfect make-up and hair look to suit you for your special day. It’s great if you can think about some make-up and hair ideas before the trial so I can gauge your likes and dislikes and we can make the most of our time at the trial. At the trial we will take into consideration your personal style, features, wedding dress and wedding colour scheme to perfect your wedding look.

I would recommend having the bridal make-up and hair trial at least 12 weeks before your wedding day.

At the trial we will organise the timings for the morning of your wedding and discuss your bridal parties’ make-up and hair look if they have decided against a trial for themselves.

Bridal make-up and hair trials usually take between 2-3 hours.

Please also have with you any accessories and products that you want to wear and use on your wedding day.

Products I use in my kit include, Bobbi Brown, M.A.C and Nars, Urban Decay, Charlotte Tilbury and Schwarzkopf.

“Hello Alice, I hope you are well. Thank you very much for all your hard work on the 30th. Everyone looked super.”
“Alice did my bridal hair and make-up and I would 100% recommend her; it was flawless, lasted all day, and it was an absolute pleasure to know her.”

“I have used Alice on regular occasions for make up and now wouldn’t go anywhere else. Alice always goes the extra mile she stepped in at short notice to do my wedding make up and bridesmaids and saved the day and hours of stress! I had so many complements on my wedding make up and it lasted all day and till the next morning!
Alice is friendly and very professional and I’m never left disappointed.
I will definitely be booking Alice for my Christmas events and all my other occasions in the future.”