- Feb 21
- 2 min read
Planning your hair & makeup
Updated: Feb 28
Getting your make-up and hair done sets the tone for your session. Having a professional do your make-up means they know how to do camera-ready make-up that will truly make you feel and look exquisite!
They may apply more make-up than you’re used to but remember that some of the makeup naturally ‘falls away’ under studio lighting. That said, we want you to be happy, so speak up if you want to make an adjustment.
It's great if you arrive at the studio with some ideas about how you'd like your makeup and hair to look. Below are some things to consider when deciding on your look.
Before we dive into the rest of this post please be advised that the artist will assess the time allocation for each part of your makeover. Therefore if you require the application of lashes or hair extensions, please let the studio know in advance
How would you like your makeup?
Light, natural smokey
Think about your lip colour too!
How would you like your hair?
So whether you just want us to enhance your natural beauty or create a whole new look, we'll make sure you look and feel your best for the camera.
Remember, our band of beautiful MUAs have heaps of industry experience including work on TV, film and fashion photoshoots. With so much skill and experience, they'll be able to offer advice on what looks will suit you and what colours will compliment your skin tone.
As you arrive at the studio, you'll be asked to complete a makeup consultation form where you can highlight your preferences ready for your makeover to begin!
Remember that any skin conditions, infections or sensitivity should be reported to your makeup artist prior to application. If you are currently experiencing any contagious medical conditions such as styes, cold sores or head lice, we will not be able to apply your makeup or style your hair for health and safety reasons. All brushes and makeup products are kept sanitary and are sanitised between every makeup application.
Got any questions for our make up artists? Get in touch!