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Makeup Application:  Individuals-  $130

Makeup application for bookings of one person  


Makeup Application:  Group bookings -  $120 pp 

Bookings of 3 or more, including bridal bookings

Bridal Trials:   $130 pp 

(please allow 1.5hrs)


Makeup Lesson: Individuals -   $160 

(one on one education, bring your makeup bag along, allow 1.5-2hrs)

Makeup Lesson: Groups -     $120 pp

(bookings of 3 or more up to 6 people)

Great for party's and special occasions 

with complementary nibbles and refreshments. Allow 2 hrs.

Flowergirls:  12-15 -   $65 pp 

11yrs and under are free with an existing booking


Available with existing makeup bookings.

Prices vary, please enquire for rates


Please enquire for rates

All prices are per person and inclusive of false lashes. Travel fees apply. To locations further afield please enquire for a personalized quote and for any other questions relating to Amanda's service.

Bridal FAQ



Timing - Communicate well with what time you need to be ready by. This does not mean what time you are leaving to get to your ceremony, you must consider the following- What time is your photographer arriving? Most photographers like an hour for pre ceremony photos. I always aim to have everyone's makeup completed before the photographer arrives. We can always do touch ups and final makeup once the photographer has arrived. When doing a large booking I generally like to apply everyone's lipstick at the very end, that way you can eat and drink throughout the day without ruining your lips. Generally i like to do the brides makeup second last, with so many vendors arriving, messages etc you don't want to feel rushed. Be ready when your makeup artist arrives- showered, teeth brushed, contacts in.

Touch ups - Have a lipstick for touch ups. You should reapply your lipstick after the ceremony (before photos) and after eating. Make sure your bridal party also have lipsticks to touch up with, for hygiene reasons bridesmaids should all have their own lipstick. Also a compact translucent powder or blotting paper if your skin gets oily during warmer climates. Straws can also be helpful to keep your lippy on your lips and off the champagne flutes!

In the lead up - Waxing and facials should be done at least 7 days prior to the wedding. Waxing removes the top layer of the skin and makeup will usually not adhere to these areas. Try and control breakouts by avoiding triggers such as excessive alcohol, foods high in processed sugar and late nights in lead up to the big day. Also avoid trying any new skin care within the month prior to the day in case of reaction. Spray tans should be done 2 days prior to the wedding, this allows the colour to look natural and prevents rubbing on your dress.

What to wear- While getting ready wear clothing that can be unbuttoned or dropped down and not taken off over your head. Wrap style dressing gowns are best. This is also great for your trial, seeing the tone on the arms and chest is helpful in determining all of your skins natural undertones. 

Hairstyling-  Please ensure you wash your hair the day before. This means double shampooing and conditioning as per normal. Please avoid using any hairstyling products afterwards to create the best canvas for me to work with. We can discuss this in further detail at your trial and make further recommendations on cuts, colour and if any hair extensions may be required to achieve your desired look. I do carry hair padding and donuts in my kit but hair accessories are to be provided by the client. 

With over 20 years of experience in the bridal industry I have accumulated a list of things that might help you prepare for your big day.

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