Post # 1
My mom’s hairstylist was going to do everyone’s hair and makeup the day of, but I found out she is moving to Charleston. Does anyone have any suggestions for decently priced stylist in the Baltimore area? I was thinking of stopping off at a beauty school and trying to get a new graduate. Does that sound like a disaster in the making?
Post # 3
I guess everyone is Baltimore is doing their own hair?
Post # 4
- Wedding: May 2010 - The Chesapeake Bay Beach Club
I used Amie Decker Makeup for my makeup and hair (Amie did my makeup, and her colleague Kelley Small did my hair). I would not say it was inexpensive, but I thought it was worth it and they did a great job. I’ve also heard really good things about Up Dos For I Dos, but they were booked for my day when I inquired. Sorry I don’t have any other tips, good luck!
Post # 5
I’m using Silver Immersion, the owner’s name is Erica. I’ve heard good things about Up Dos for I Dos and also Baltimore Bridal Hair and Makeup. But I was surprised by how much hair and makeup costs, so if you’re anything like me, they’ll probably all be more than what you would consider “decently priced.” Erica has a discount if 6 or more people get hair and MU, so that pushed her down into not completely outrageously priced for me.
Though all these people come to your house or hotel on your wedding day. I did get a much lower quote when I called a salon where my girls and I could have gone the morning of the wedding.
Post # 6
We are using Studio 921 for hair and make-up. They seem a little pricey, but their prices seemed to be on par with a lot of other places around town. One of my bridesmaids and I both get our hair cut their regularly, so we trust they’ll do a great job on wedding day!