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Hair and Make-up

Zandra, on October 22, 2019 at 11:11 PM Posted in Hair and Makeup 0 6
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I need a cheap hair and make-up artist!? Does anyone have any suggestions?!

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Latest activity by Allegra, on October 27, 2019 at 4:16 PM
  • Jessica
    Devoted February 2020
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    Ulta, Sephora, or Mac. You could make an appt and let them know it's for your wedding. Some people do makeup on the side, maybe you could do a trial at the store and then ask them if they would be available for your wedding? Most of those stores typically will do makeup if you buy a certain amount of product. It used to be about $60. Not sure what it is now.

    Find an artist through instagram and don't tell the artist its makeup for your wedding. 🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️ I sometimes wonder if prices are inflated one the tag wedding is put on it. Its worth a shot.
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  • Zandra
    Beginner February 2021
    Zandra ·
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    OMG! I would have never thought of that, Thank you so much!

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  • Jessica
    Devoted February 2020
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    No problem as far as hair. Maybe go to the hair school. Do a trial with a student or see if you can find some styles adding in like a hair clip or something cute.
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  • MrsD
    Legend July 2019
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    I think Sephora will do makeup for $50 (you buy $50 worth of their product). Not sure about hair. I'd just Ulta. You could also go to a beauty college.

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  • Hannah
    Dedicated November 2019
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    Ulta or Sephora are great options.

    My youngest sister loves doing makeup, so I’m giving her 4 test runs to find a style we both like. It’s actually going great, so I’m going to pay and tip her!

    As for hair, I’m saving a BUNCH by just going to DryBar and getting a $40 curled blowout. Super cute and easy!
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  • Allegra
    December 2023
    Allegra ·
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    Where do you live? Every artist here on weddingwire won’t be your match but I’m sure you can find someone willing to work with you . I would start with none reviewed and none spotlight/featured. You want the hungry, well skilled person who hasn’t found that first client yet.

    Before contacting really review everything they have posted in their listing. A lot of prospective clients will automatically ask about prices which sets the wrong tone. If you look someone into a price without knowing it’s value you both loose out. Be upfront about your financial situation and tell them you are willing to write an honest review about your experience.


    I wish you luck.

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