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March 15, 2018

It’s natural to feel some form of trepidation ahead of your wedding day. It’s change, it’s newness and it’s the enormity of an extraordinary event in your life. Often this can properly kick in on the wedding morning; all the prep is done and now you’re faced with the d...

October 1, 2015

Once you’ve had your wedding day hair trial there are a few final tips that will help to get your locks looking their best…

Sometimes a trial for hair and makeup can take place a couple of months ahead of your big day. In the time between your session and the wedding it...

August 20, 2015

Your wedding day is a looooong ole day and you’ll be wearing a one-time only outfit, possibly mostly new and barely worn ever before so don’t let yourself be crippled by pain or discomfort…

I recently had a chat with a bride during her trial who had convinced herself th...

June 30, 2015

Well it finally appears that British summer has arrived, and boy oh boy it’s a scorchio one! If you‘re one of the lucky few who gets a stinking hot wedding day then bear in mind these survival tips for your makeup…

Getting ready for your wedding on a very hot day needs...

June 25, 2015

A few months ahead of the wedding, it’s essential to start practicing good skin care... 

Even if you don’t suffer from severe acne or other skin conditions, your complexion will still benefit from the attention of a trained professional. As long as you start a good thre...

May 21, 2015

From holding your bouquet to showcasing your ring, your hands and fingers will be a point of focus in photos throughout your big day...

To get them in the best shape, here are four essential things to do in preparation:

1) Cuticles

Your cuticles are an integral part of gr...

February 19, 2015

This week I’m covering another topic I recently chatted to a bride-to-be about – dark circles and bags around your eyes.

Whether you’re a shift worker, insomniac or are too giddy with excitement to sleep in the run up to your wedding day (it’s a common affliction!) I’v...