I hope all of you reading this are A. Dry B. Your family and friends are safe and dry as well. I know many of you with upcoming weddings are waiting to see how things pan out, and I will gladly help any way I can.
On a happier dry note: How to Save $$ on your hair and make up, I know I have posted similar info before, but it never hurts to hear it again.
Try to hire one person or company that does both hair and makeup.
Only the bride needs a trial.
You can expect to pay anywhere from $40 to $100 for hair and $30 to $85 for makeup. Know that the more women you have that need these services, the cheaper the cost per person.
If hair accessories are going to be put in anyone's hair, make sure you buy them yourself. If you leave this up to the hair stylist it'll cost more.
If you have sensitive skin, we suggest that you do not go for a facial the week before your wedding. You don't want to be all broke out for the big day.
Please get your nails done and make sure the groom's hands are also manicured. More than likely you'll be getting a picture that shows your hands and the wedding bands. People will be constantly asking to see your rings.
Lastly, try to find a makeup and hair vendor that will do a trial a few months before the wedding. It gives you time to work out any areas you are not happy with and makes the wedding day process much quicker
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