his response WWhen you sit down for your preview session with Sarah, here are a few things to know and a list of what to bring.
http://virtualbears.ph/services/launch-and-track/ 1 – Bring inspiration pictures. Whether it’s a lip color from one photo and eyeshadow from another, bring what appeals to you. It is not to mimic that makeup necessarily, but to get a feel for the look. I find it helpful to see a picture of you in the look you’re most comfortable in!
https://www.shihtzu.de/75153-dte64905-dating-sites-lesbians-latina.html 2 – Be very direct and speak your mind. I want to make you feel confident and beautiful. As a professional, I understand that makeup can be subjective and I do not take critiques personally. My goal is to create a look you love.
http://guitarlessonsindavis.com/51260-ph14223-calcium-carbonate-suppliers-in-qatar.html 3 – Bring your favorite makeup, like your favorite lipstick. This is so I can get an idea of colors you feel confident in. If there is a particular product like mascara or foundation that you’d like me to apply for you, I absolutely can. Keep in mind that I am a professional with a professional makeup kit containing high quality, long lasting products. I have worked with every skin tone and color. I promise I have the right color for you!
4 – Come with a clean face, if possible, for your preview session. Also, wear a light-colored shirt if you can. It will help you to be able to imagine your bridal look a little bit better.
5 – The following is a list of things you should bring to your preview session:
- Veil or headpiece (if you have).
- Clip-in hair extensions if you would like to experiment.
- Any hair jewelry you may be considering.
- Come with clean, dry hair.
- Favorite makeup.
- Your phone – so you can take lots of selfies to remember your final decision 🙂
Send me a message to book your preview session to find your customized hair and makeup look!
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