Frequently Asked Questions
When does a trial take place and how long should I allow for my appointment?
Bridal trials will take longer than the bridal hair and make-up will take on the wedding as my trials are relaxed, enjoyable and are not timed, therefore, I would allow around one and half hours for a hair or make-up trial. If you are having both a hair and make-up trial then you need to allow around three hours. At the trial I will discuss the details of the wedding with you and also talk through timings for the Bride and other members of the wedding party. In peak season (April to September) bridal trials are available Monday to Thursday and in non peak season (October to March) trials appointments can be accommodated on a Saturday. I do advise booking early if you wish to have your trial on a Saturday as understandable these are reserved for weddings.
Where do I have my trial?
Trials are held in my studio in Broughton Grounds Business Park Milton Keynes. My studio is fully stocked with an extensive hair and make-up kit. As a proud stockist of the delilah cosmetics range you can purchase any make-up required for the wedding day should you wish to. The lighting is of film quality and you will be able to see your make-up how you would in natural light on the wedding day. Using a professional camera I take images of your hair and make-up for you and also as continuity for the wedding day itself where I re-create your desired wedding day hair and make-up. All the products used are