Book your wedding make-up a year ahead.
If you are working with a large party, make sure the artist can accommodate.
Prep your skin! Nothing is more important than smooth beautiful skin. Find an esthetician and let them create a program for your skin.
You and your esthetician should vibe well. Nothing's worse than spending time on your wedding day with someone you don’t really enjoy being with.
Schedule a trial session with the artist and create a vision board, that way they can give you the look of your wedding dreams.
Take lots of photos the day of the trial so you can have another look at yourself after you've left.
Make sure your entire glam team is on the same page (make a schedule for yourself and them).'
Create a Pinterest board of looks you like; show it to your makeup artist so they can visually see what you want
A pre-consultation is very important - to know what the make-up will look like on your special day.
Remember wedding make-up is not everyday makeup. You may feel it's more than you wanted - remember the photography can sometimes blur the look.
Try and make sure your artist is using long-wear products. Beauty Mark likes working with gel eyeliners because they stay on through all the tears!
If you plan on getting lash extensions, which Beauty Mark 100% supports, make sure you have them on for the trial so you are comfortable with the entire look.
Be armed with tools for touch-ups the day of the wedding.
Have fun! It's only make-up and you're getting married, so embrace the moment!