Wedding Makeup Bangor ME
Bridal Beauty on a Budget
One thing a bride should never do is skimp on her wedding day beauty. She’s found THE perfect dress (to go with THE perfect guy) and wants to be captured in her wedding photos looking nothing less than gorgeous, so what’s a bride on a budget to do? She needs to do her homework. Finding the right wedding makeup artist shouldn’t be based on price alone, but rather start on what you are willing or not willing to go without—do you want traditional or airbrush makeup? Eyelash extensions or false lashes? Only bridal makeup or bridal party makeup too?
Professional wedding makeup artists are in the business to make you look sensational in person, fabulous on film and unforgettable in photos, so find one who has quality and quantity of photos for you to see their work, and then ask yourself; is their style and technique what you’re looking for? Don’t hesitate to ask questions about products they use, for references of past clients or even for a discount, especially if you are getting married on a Friday or Sunday, will be paying for your bridal party or simply need to cut costs. Most makeup artists will try to work with your budget if we can, because we not only want your business, but we also want your referrals and to keep you as a client for all your makeup needs.
Whether you hire a wedding makeup artist who works at a cosmetics counter, or one whose business only caters to brides, rest assured if you do your research, you will find one whose work you’ll love and whose price you can afford. Even doing your own makeup isn’t unheard of these days as long as you use quality products that work well with your skin and the camera, because sometimes what you see in person can photograph much differently. Whether you hire a professional or do it yourself, your wedding will be the only day of your life where your picture will be taken the most, so looking your absolute best is imperative and you don’t want regrets on how y...
ME Cosmetology Licensing Requirements
In Order To Obtain A License In Cosmetology, Nail Technology, Esthetics, Or Barbering In The State Of Maine, Students Must Complete The Requirements Listed Below. Please Contact The Maine State Board Of Cosmetology For More Information. Requirements ; Cosmetologist: 1500 Hours, Apprenticeship Of Not Less Than 2500 Hours. ; Barbering: 1500 Hours, Apprenticeship Of Not Less Than 2500 Hours. ; Esthetics: 750 Hours, Apprenticeship 1250 Hours ; Nail Technician: 200 Hours, Apprenticeship 400 Hours ; Additional Requirments ; The State Board Shall Waive An Exam And Grant A License To An Applicant Who Seeks Reciprocity, Provided That The Applicant Has A Valid License From A State Whose Requirements Are Equal To Or Greater Than Maine's.