SummerBook 2014

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55 Would you buy a car without test-driving it first? We didn't think so! The same applies to hair and makeup on your wedding day. "It's important that the artist locks down the bridal look so that there are no questions the day of. No questions, no stress!" says Veronica of Atlanta's Veronica Sitterding & Company. Two to three months before your wedding is the best time to schedule a trial. Alison of DC's Alison Harper & Company, LLC advises brides to book their trial appointment once they have finalized the details of their dress, accessories, and hair color. "It gives a more accurate trial look," she says. Still not sure if it's worth it? Here's a fun idea from Milian of Chicago's Bride Style Beauty: Plan your trial run for the same day as a date with your fiancé or a fun night out with friends. Not only will you look gorgeous come nightfall, you'll also have the opportunity to "test drive" the artist's work—and see first-hand if it will really last all night! T H e W e d d I n G W I r e Beauty P r I M e r Your wedding day will be one of the most photographed of your life — and you deserve to look fabulous from beginning to end! The best way to ensure a long-lasting look? Put yourself in the hands of a professional hair and makeup team . Here, 24 experts from the WeddingWire network talk us through the big beauty decisions of the big day—and share their go-to products, insider tricks, and so much more. B Y sarah Zlotnick A d d I T I o n A L r e s e A r C H sarah Title how Far in advance Should I Book my team? is the most commonly advised timeline. MONTHS Photo courtesy of Jennifer C. nieman the most requested celeb "The Kim K. smokey eye is very popular with our more dramatic brides." - Dana of Beautiful Brides Philly // Philadelphia TO Kim Kardashian Why You Must Do a trial run HONORABLE MENTIONS JESSICA ALBA JENNIFER LOPEZ CARRIE UNDERWOOD Photo courtesy of Jennifer C. Nieman SeARCH foR A VendoR in youR AReA »

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