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A Vintage Wedding in Brighton

I have chosen to share with you hair and make up from last weeks wedding.

When my bride turned up for her trial she told me that she never ever wore make up and definitely didn't do anything interesting or different with her hair.
But it just so happened that my luck was in - She had visited a photographic studio to create some beautiful photos as a wedding gift to her husband to be.  whilst at this photo shoot, the make up artist gave her quite a vintage look with thick black eyeliner and flicks and bright red lipstick.

My bride loved this look so much that she asked me to recreate it for her wedding day (something she never would have dreamed of before)

At her trial, after recreating the make up look that she desired we played around with her hair, looking at different styles to go with her make up and wedding dress.
She thought she had decided to go with a large side bun when she completely changed her mind after trying on her wedding dress for the final fitting where she could only picture herself with one hair style that I had given her...... Hence, the final look was created!;







The bride was extremely happy for her wedding day, and all guests were pleasantly surprised with how she looked, her husband?............................ Over the moon!
Dear Amy,

Thank you so much for my amazing hair and make up, it made me feel like a movie star and caused quite a stir with our wedding guests. The vintage look really made a statement while still looking like me. As someone who hates having her photo's taken your styling gave me the confidence to to smile at the camera all day. I can't recommend you highly enough.
 
Love Betty x

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