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Bridal Makeup Trial Guidelines You don’t get married everyday so you better nail it when your big day comes. No room for major disasters. Aside from a wardrobe malfunction, you cannot afford to have a bad hair day and a melting makeup on your wedding. You cannot afford to look way too different because of your makeup. Your makeup can’t be too much. This is why you need to book a trial with a Makeup Artist for Weddings in Washington, DC of your choice. Image from: www.mymakeupbook.com Here is a quick guide on how to go about with your makeup trial. When is the best time for bridal makeup trials? Ideally, your makeup trial should be done at least two or three weeks before your wedding date. This is near enough your wedding date for your makeup artist to remember the details about the hair and makeup you want to have. Your makeup artist can do the job more efficiently. The schedule is also not too close enough so you can have adequate time to look for replacement if ever you are not satisfied with the result of a makeup trial. You must also keep in mind that your makeup artist cannot follow everything you want for some good reasons. For instance, your chosen makeup inspiration might not complement your skin tone and hair. Your makeup artist will make certain adjustments on the shade to make sure you the makeup suit you best. What should I bring during a makeup trial? 1. Wedding Gown Photos 2. Veil or bridal hair accessory of your choice 3. Images of the makeup you want to wear 4. A clean and no makeup face 5. A washed and clean hair 6. A good friend who can make honest opinion on your hair and makeup. Other Stuffs to Keep in Mind: Communicate effectively with your makeup artist. Do not hesitate to give your honest opinion and be open to suggestions. Your makeup artist has the experience and will give great suggestions on what kind of makeup will work best with your skin tone, the shape of your face and your dress. Image from: www.mymakeupbook.com The key to really nail your bridal makeup is to contract a makeup artist who has a vast experience in doing bridal makeup. Get to know one at http://www.mymakeupbook.com. Book a trial with this Makeup Artist for Weddings in DC.