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Yukon Indian Bridal Makeup Artists

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Makeup by Katya Rider
from 11 reviews
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Kristin D.
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Katya did my makeup for bridal portraits. She also did mine and my mother and sister's makeup on the wedding day. She was easy to reach via email and text message, pleasant to be around, and I really felt like she listened to what I asked for and showed her in sample pictures. The portrait makeup lasted through posing in the heat and rain, as well as the long car rides to the setting and back. My only trouble was one eyelash didn't stay put, so she brought some extra-strong glue on the wedding day and paid them extra attention when applying. My mom's makeup looked timeless and glowy, and my sister's was youthful and glamorous - exactly what they wanted - and all of us felt pretty during heat, dancing and the very long day. I was extremely happy and highly recommend her. :)

  • 6 years in business
  • 30 hires on Thumbtack
Jana R.
Verified review

Jessica did an amazing job with my hair and makeup for my bridal party and me on my wedding!!!! Great price for excellent service !!!

Makeup Artistry
from 5 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Cristina C.
Verified review

Elizabeth recently did my makeup for my wedding along with two bridesmaids. She did an amazing job! Everyone was happy with her work. She even went out of her way and did the flower girls makeup because the flower girl wanted it done even though it was not planned. She makes sure you are happy with the final product before she leaves and is very easy to communicate with. She goes off by what you want. I wanted a natural look but with something that would make me stand out for my wedding and she did just that! I will be contacting her again when I need my makeup done for an occasion.

  • 11 years in business
Heather J.
Verified review

Kimberly is amazing! She was easy to contact, helpful, and wanted to make sure I was completely happy with her work. On my wedding day, Kim did the makeup for 4 of my bridesmaids, my daughter, my mom, and myself; both traditional and airbrush. Even with so many people/personalities Kim was calm, relaxed, and truly a pleasure to be around. Everyone looked flawless all day and night, which is truly a feat for an Oklahoma summer day! I would highly recommend hiring Kim for your beauty needs!!

Makeup by Jaci
from 2 reviews
    Jessica C.
    Verified review

    Jaci is just absolutely fabulous! She's such a natural at what she does. I had Jaci do my make-up for a bridal shoot and I loved the end result. She has a great personality and is an artist with her make-up. Thank you Jaci for making me look and feel beautiful!

    B.Gore Makeup Artistry
    from 1 review
    • 6 years in business
    Ashley J.
    Verified review

    Bekah coordinated the make up for both my bridal portraits and my wedding and did an amazing job! She was so professional and really listened to what I wanted. She knew exactly what would look good on me, my mom, and all the bridesmaids. I would definitely recommend using her for any occasion.

    Q & A

    Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

    How long does a henna tattoo stay on?

    Typically a henna tattoo stays on anywhere from one to three weeks. Henna artists work with henna paste, also called mehndi, which dyes the skin for a short period of time. An important part of Indian culture, the use of henna has become increasingly popular in the United States, with henna artists providing henna tattoos for weddings, as event entertainment and for other special events. Henna artists typically apply their designs to the palms and backs of the hands, the wrists, up to the elbows, and from the feet up to the knees. To preserve the rich color of your henna tattoo and help it set, avoid water as much as possible within the first 24 hours of application. The color will be richest during the first week. Brides may want to have their henna tattoos applied one or two days before the wedding for optimal results.

    How much do wedding makeup artists cost?

    A wedding means love, celebration and tons of wedding photos. Professional wedding makeup artists have you looking your best on your big day and forever after in your wedding photos. The national average cost for a wedding makeup artist is $70-$100, although this price can increase based on your location, the extent of the makeup services and the reputation of the makeup artist. Most wedding makeup artists offer discounts to brides who book group services for their maids, mothers and flower girls at the same time. Wedding makeup artists who also do wedding hair usually offer package rates for hair and makeup combos. Here are some examples of average wedding makeup pricing:

    • Bridal makeup: $85-$125. Pricing often includes full face, eyes, lips, brows and false eyelashes. Airbrush makeup may be an additional $20 or more.
    • Bridal hair and makeup: $150-$200.
    • Bridesmaid and bridal party makeup: $50-$100 per person.
    • Bridesmaid hair and makeup: $100-$150.
    • Flower girl makeup: $25-$35.
    • Trial sessions: $60-$120, depending on the makeup artist. Some charge their full rate and others charge a partial rate for trial makeup services.
    • Hourly rates to stay on and keep makeup touched up throughout reception: $35-$75 per hour.
    • Travel fees: 50 cents to $1 per additional mile beyond a set radius — such as 50 miles.

    Do I need a makeup artist for my wedding?

    There are no rules around your wedding day, and that means it’s your choice whether to have a wedding makeup artist. If you’re on the fence about hiring a wedding makeup artist, consider the pros and cons. Some women decide against a wedding makeup artist to save money. The national average cost for a wedding makeup artist is $70-$100, which is an expense some women prefer to do without. Other women just don’t love wearing makeup. Some brides have friends or family members who are talented makeup artists willing to provide their services. If you choose not to have a wedding makeup artist, be sure to do at least two trial runs of your makeup look well before the wedding day to avoid any morning-of panic.

    On the other hand, a wedding makeup artist can make the bride feel pampered and confident, giving her a flawless, fabulous look for the ceremony and reception and in wedding photos. For brides who are uncomfortable with heavy makeup, many wedding makeup artists usually excel at the natural look. Many brides consider wedding makeup part of the ritual and tradition of the ceremony, a shared experience with the entire bridal party. Ultimately your choice of whether to hire a wedding makeup artist should be based on what will make you feel most confident and happy.

    How do you choose the right makeup artist for your wedding?

    A wedding makeup artist can ensure a flawless look on your big day. Finding the perfect person isn’t all about price, though. Here are tips for choosing the right makeup artist for your wedding:

    • Research before reaching out. Wedding makeup artists should have an online presence with portfolios of their work. Find someone with an aesthetic you love.
    • Read reviews. You want a wedding makeup artist who’ll be on time, do beautiful work, and add a positive vibe to your day. Pay attention if previous clients report bad experiences with a makeup artist.
    • Consider skin tones. If your bridal party has a range of skin tones, make sure your wedding makeup artist and assistants are experienced and talented working with everyone.
    • Is your top pick available on your date? If so, put down a deposit to secure their services.
    • Confirm rates and payment. Clearly discuss prices and payment plans, and sign a detailed contract so there are no surprises on your wedding day.

    What is the meaning behind henna tattoos?

    Henna tattoos, as they are called in the United States, have a long tradition in Indian, African and Middle Eastern cultures. For centuries, the leaves of dried henna plants have been ground into a fine paste to be used as a temporary and nontoxic skin dye. This form of body decoration has been used in celebrations, weddings and ceremonial rites of passage in many cultures. Often in Hindu weddings, henna artists decorate the hands and feet of the bride (and at times the groom) with intricate designs. In some Muslim traditions, henna artists paint women with henna designs as they are in their final stages of pregnancy. In the United States, popular culture has adopted this beautiful body art and henna artists provide brides (and sometimes grooms) with temporary henna tattoos. Henna artists are also a popular choice for entertainment at corporate events, birthday parties, bachelorette parties and festivals. Henna artists may charge anywhere from $10 to $300 per hour.

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