Where will my hair and makeup trial take place?
Hair and makeup trials can be carried out at your home or at mine in Chichester.
How far in advance should I have my trial?
We recommend meeting for a trial roughly 3-4 months before your wedding date. This gives you enough time to find your dress, any hair accessories/veil and your hair will be a similar length to what it will be on the big day. If possible it's a great idea to book your trial and then your dress fitting later that day as then you can see your whole look together!
How much time shall I allow for my trial?
A hair or makeup trial roughly take around 1 and a half hours - 2 hours and a hair and makeup trial will take around 3 hrs.
Do I need a trial?
We highly recommend a trial if possible but it is not essential. It's a great opportunity to meet Charlotte before your wedding day to discuss and try out different looks and styles.
When shall I wash my hair?
It is usually best to wash your hair the morning or night before your trial/wedding date. If you prefer to wash your hair daily please do, as I am able to use products and techniques that will still hold your style.
How do I secure my wedding date booking with you?
Please drop me an email with all of the details of your wedding day (locations, times, number of guests to be styled etc) and I shall confirm I am available for your date and then send over an invoice for a £50 deposit.
Is my £50 deposit refundable?
Unfortunately your £50 deposit is non-refundable.
Do you have a cancellation fee?
If noted in less than 24 hrs before the appointment a cancellation fee applies of 100% of the final balance for hair styling and makeup services and 50% of cutting and colouring services.
Minimum booking during peak season?
Minimum booking of bride and 3 guests during peak times (May to September)
Do you work with or supply hair extensions?
I often work with hair extensions to add length or thickness to a style. Unfortunately I do not supply them but you are very welcome to bring your own along for me to use during your trial/wedding day.