P R E P A R I N G
F O R Y O U R T R I A L
Bringing pictures is a given, but don't feel as though you need to narrow it down to just one option. Pinterest is a wonderful source of inspiration, but a lot of the pictures you'll find will only show the eye or face from one angle. If you love the eyes closed in one look and the skin in another, your artist can work to incorporate elements of your favorite ideas. Also helpful are photos of things that you DON'T like. Sometimes you can't quite put your finger on it, but showing what isn't your style is just as helpful. Your artist can look at a range of photos and even if they seem a bit unrelated to the eyes of the bride to be, we can usually pull a common theme from them. Bring a photo of your dress-this can help your stylist get a sense of your personal style.
PREP YOUR FACE
Make sure your face is clean and makeup-free upon arrival to ensure you have a blank canvas to work on!
BRING YOUR FAVORITE PRODUCTS
If you have a certain brow pencil, foundation, or lip color that you absolutely love, feel free to bring those products with you to give your artist an idea of what shades you go for most!
CHOOSING THE RIGHT LOOK
First and foremost, choose a style/look you are comfortable with. If you never wear a dark smokey eye, your wedding day is not the day to put it to the test. You should recognize the person you see in the mirror and later in your photos. It's about making you look and feel like the best version of yourself!
Inspirational Photos :Choose inspiration photos that compliment your features
Time of Year: Consider the time of year and your skin color. Airbrushing may be best to combat those sweaty months!
Lashes: Give yourself that extra glam for photos!