How do I book a trial?
Fill out the contact form on the next page.
Within 24-48 hours you will get a response. We will set up a time to discuss details and availability for an appointment.
Can I reserve my date without doing a trial?
With a deposit and signed contract I will reserve your wedding date.
What can I expect from you at our trial?
I allot two hours for our appointment. My goal is to understand your style and nail your wedding day vision.
We will spend the first 15 minutes speaking about photos you have saved and the style you are going for.
We will work on two styles and compare which you love for the wedding day. I think open communication is very important so I hope you feel comfortable telling me exactly how you feel.
How should I prepare for the trial?
Your hair should be blown out. Second day hair is my favorite.
You should have photos saved to your camera roll of styles you love and hate.
I suggest wearing a light colored shirt, patterns and high necks can be distracting.
If you plan on using extenstions they are a plus to have at the trial.
If not, I have extensions we can use to show the look.
If you do not have the veil and headpiece, no worries.
I have pieces we can play with and I will show you where we place the veil.
Where do you do trials?
Farmingville & Great Neck
Available for travel upon request, travel fees may apply depending on location.
Can you accomodate a larger party?
Within a month of your date reserved I will need a confirmed final count. I staff as necessary per event. The sooner I know, the better.
If you are not available for my date do you have someone who can accomdate me?
Absolutely, I have a team of ladies who I can refer. If they are not availabe I can refer you to trusted proffesionals I collaborate with in the industry.
Do you do make up as well?
Girl, you do not want me to do your makeup lol
Over my years of working in this industry I have met some incredible makeup artists. If you need help finding someone we can discuss your vibe and I can lead you in the right direction.