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Makeup Luxe prides itself on a high level of professionalism and client service. Every member of our Team Luxe has been hand picked based on their level of experience and time within the industry. This allows us to offer our clients only the best this area has to offer. Makeup Luxe offers a variety of services for a variety of needs. There is no job too big or too small. 15+ years in this industry and still it's hard to classify this as a "job". Meeting new people, traveling, playing with color, and giving confidence, beauty and all around happiness to a client - well that's just fun!!! We've developed so many new relationships and long term friendships throughout our the years that it's almost impossible to say hanging out with your friends is a "job". You always have to "work" at a relationship, but a relationship should never feel like "work".
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Schedule your trials ahead of the game. All of your good makeup artists book weddings 6 months to a year in advance, (that doesn't mean your date isn't available if you haven't done so, but you run the risk of people being booked). Rule of thumb: 1) Start calling makeup artists 8 - 10 months before your wedding date and schedule a trial. 2) Schedule your trial for makeup and hair approximately 4 months before your wedding 3) Bring pictures of your likes and dislikes - leave no room for misinterpretations (for both makeup & hair) 4) Makeup and Hair is not where you want to cut corners, this Special Day is going to be captured by your photographer and seen by all your guests and you should look and feel your absolute best, on film and in person. 5) Your trial is the time for you to try the look(s) you want and for you to be find the look for your Big Day. If you are not 100% satisfied DO NOT BOOK!!!
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?Makeup Artistry is a trade that requires years of training and experience. It takes not only the love of your work to be passionate, but the need and want to continuously grow and learn within your craft. This is a forever evolving industry and knowledge of newness, updated tools/techniques, the ability to stay fresh and objective seperates the good from the GREAT.