1. Wear a white shirt or a similar color to your gown. Makeup looks very different in a black shirt
than a white shirt - you want to see your makeup in the color you will be wearing on your
2. Bring photos of makeup and hairstyles that inspire you. Explain what you like about each photo.
Also, tell the artist what you dislike about past makeup/hair experiences. For example - no red
lips, dark eyebrows, hair off the face, thick foundation etc..
3. During the trial, be open and address anything that you don't like - now is the time to change
things or try new colors, so don't be afraid or think you will insult your artist - we are
professionals and want to make you feel beautiful.
4. Be open and listen to your artist for tips and tricks that might better flatter your face.