Wedding Hair & Makeup

When ASE plans a wedding, we are there for you every step of the way. Our brides always ask us how to make sure their hair and makeup looks perfect on their wedding day. We suggest that our brides go to at least one hair and makeup trial to explain exactly what they want and see if the stylist can deliver. Once you’ve chosen a stylist, you should start a regimen. This can be started at any point in your engagement really, but once you know what look you’re going for, it’s easier. If you’d like your hair to grow quickly, sure you start using treatments to ensure your hair is healthy. The healthier your hair, the faster the growth. See some of our favorite treatments here. These will also take care of split ends and make your hair look silky smooth. If you have trouble with frizz, try a keratin treatment. Even though they are a little pricey, you’re sure to be happy with the result! Check out some more information here(make sure it’s formaldehyde free).

The most fun regimen, we think, before a wedding is facials. You want to ensure you’re skin is smooth and blemish free on the day of your wedding. Even though there is no guarantee of that, getting facials each month (it would be great to start about six months before) can make sure your skin stays clean and fresh. It will also ensure that your makeup artist will have a smooth, even canvas to work with. We recommend using airbrush foundation as opposed to a regular liquid. It stays on much longer and looks flawless. Get more information on airbrush makeup here. Tip: If you don’t wear makeup very often you may be a little taken aback by how much the makeup artist is actually putting on. The point of your trial appointment(s) is to get used to the feel of the makeup. Afterwards, have someone take flash photos of you. It may seem like a lot at first, but it will be perfect for your wedding day pictures!

Here are some of our favorite bridal makeup and hair looks. When everything is tied together, you’re sure to look gorgeous on your big day!








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