(Closed) How do you find a make-up artist?

posted 8 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
3166 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

go to your local mall and go to a makeup counter of a brand that embodies what you want to look like – dramatic, MAC; flirty, Clinique; classic glam, Dior or Chanel and then tell them you’re looking for a makeup artist for your wedding. they should definitely be able to help.

Post # 4
3575 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Is there a M.A.C. store anywhere nearby?  Even if it’s an hour away?  I drove about 45 minutes to the closest mall that had a M.A.C. store and had a trial with an artist there.  I loved it and her so much, i booked her the next day for my wedding day.  She charged me $120 and I tipped.  But I also feel it was worth every penny.  And it was fun getting all glammed up for the big day.

Post # 5
192 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

I would advise against going to a cosmetic counter because sales associates and makeup artist, while often time overlapping, are simply not the same. Only ask for the Artists, not the sales associates! (But they can lie to you, trying to get your money!!!)

I would try be more specific in your search engine first: “Make-up Artist in ____ ” (your city) or “Bridal Make-up Artist in ____” and try “makeup” vs “make-up” vs “make up”  because it makes a difference!

The other BEST way is to ask your friends in your town who got marry and who they recommend!  A referral is always a better shot at getting someone you like versus someone you randomly find!!!

best of luck!!!!!!! 

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