Interview with Bridal Make Up Artist - Babydolls Make Up Artistry

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Vanee at Babydolls Make up Artistry specializes in Make Up and Hair styling for Bridal , commercial and high fashion. 

What sets you apart from other Make Up Artists? 

I have an intrinsic love affair for Bridal Make Up artistry, you could even say I live and breath weddings. Working in the fashion and beauty industry for an extensive years means that I always have to be at the top of my game ensuring that each application is consistently flawless and precisely on point . I have an immaculate attention to detail and have the ability to see each and every client’s beauty in a unique manner. I take my job very seriously and love my job with a passion, it matters to me that my clients are satisfied and happy and have had a positively luxurious experiences in my make up chair .

What do you love about doing Make Up? 

Perks of being a bridal make up artist is that i get to meet some amazing clients, and even more rewarding is that I am able to help my brides feel and look their most beautiful self on the most important day of their life . To me each client is unique and to be a part of their special day is extraordinary.

What has been the biggest challenge of your career? 

The biggest challenge of my career for me has been juggling between the pressure of my job and the demands of my young family …. with a supportive husband and of course my passion and dedication for the industry i am now able to equally enjoy and embrace both my career and my beloved family.

3 pieces of advice for brides before and on their wedding day. 

* Leading to the wedding focus on the most important elements of your look, such as beautifully healthy natural-looking skin, softly groomed brows and feathery lashes. If you get these basic factors right the rest of your make-up will fall into place beautifully on the day.

*Schedule your trial at least 5 weeks before the wedding it’s an extra cost but a worthy one.

* Your wedding day isn’t the time to experiment with red lipstick or smoky eyes for the first time. Choose tones that you feel comfortable with and make up style that mostly represent YOU. I always tell my brides that my goal is for them to look like themselves, just exquisitely polished, glam and a better version of them self . I would hate for a bride to look at her pictures a few years from now and not recognise themselves. 

What are you favourite products? 

A great primer and setting spray is an absolute must have to ensure longevity and a polished finish of the make up application.

What three makeup items no woman should leave home without?

A kickass lipstick , confidence and an infectious smile 

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