Post # 1
My hair & makeup artist is coming around noon to do my hair and makeup, but the ceremony won’t start till 5:00 PM and reception will go all night. Is 12:00 PM too early for her to start doing my makeup? I know airbrush lasts longer than traditional makeup, but will it last 12+ hours? I want to make sure my makeup looks fresh for the ceremony & reception. Also I hope my hair stays put all day, just wondering if noon is too early.
Post # 3
If my bride was leaving at 5pm i would arrive to her at 2.30PM to finish by 4pm then she can put on perfume jewellry dress shoes then i can put veil in and leave 20 min for photos with photographer and re touch her lip gloss before she leaves. air brush does last longer depending on the brand. you can use normal foundation thats thin and put it in your airbrush. or use specialised products. i use mac specialy for airbrush and i dont even need to powder as its so matt and stays on well. but i still wouldnt start that early. I hope this helps.x
Post # 4
I had airbrush makeup done for my wedding, my makeup was finished around 3 and the wedding started at 5. My makeup literally lasted until I washed it off around 2am. It was also about 97-99 degrees that day and the wedding was outside. I wish I was exaggerating but I’m not, needless to say, I was sweating more than I’ve ever sweated in my life, but my makeup never came off, aaaand I have very oily skin to begin with! I think you’ll be fine if you stick with your timeline, but as always it’s up to you!!
Post # 5
I had my makeup done (airbrush) around 11:00 for my 5:30 ceremony. It was a little earlier than I’d have liked, but it was a necessity, and it still worked out. You might need a bit of powder to combat shine and a lipstick touch-up between ceremony and reception, but otherwise, I’d think you should be fine!