When do I come for my Trial?
I always prefer doing the trial as close to the wedding as possible. 1- 2 weeks before the wedding is best.
I do my trials Tuesday and Wednesday mornings between 09h00 and 12h00. These are the times my busy little monkey toddler is at school and we can have a quiet, serene environment in which to be creative.
I suggest you book your trial before a dress fitting as you will then be able to see the hair and makeup look with your dress.
As mentioned above 1 – 2 weeks before the wedding works well as it gives you time to give me feedback as well as keep your look fresh in my memory.
What about Weekends?
99% of the time I have functions on weekends which means I am working on other brides on Fridays/Saturdays. Sunday is a family day for us.
What about after hours?
I do understand that a lot of my clients works full time and it is difficult to get off work. It’s very difficult for me to book trails for after hours. This typically means I have to book and pay a babysitter to look after my toddler.
How long does a trail take?
Make-up is 90min. Hair and Make-up is 3 hours. This means if we start at 14:00 we will finish at 17:00
Can I bring someone to the trail?
Off course you can! The more the merrier. Bring someone along for support and who you trust, I have seen too many times that a mother or friend or bridesmaid overrule the bride’s ideas and wishes, and in the end the trial end up taking 5 hours. So make sure this is someone who you trust and can have fun with, but respect your wishes.
Booking the trial is the responsibility of the bride. 1 free trial is included for the Bride
What is the cost?
With every package booked you receive 1 trial free of charge.
R300 makeup only
R600 hair and makeup.
Where will the trail happen
Trials are done at my house in Durbanville.
Click here for directions to my Durbanville home.
Can you come to me (Bride) for a trail?
Yes I can but there will be an extra callout fee of R400 + Travel costs