Bridal And Special Occasion Makeup

Bridal and Special Occasion Makeup

We have years of experience with a great reputation for bridal and special occasion makeup. Let us take care of you on one of the most special days of your life or for any special occasion event. Feel radiant and relaxed as we look after you. We perform makeup with our top house brand Jane Iredale skincare cosmetics and also a big variety of makeup brands like MAC Cosmetics, Bobbi Brown, Nars, Inglot, Channel, Urban Decay. Your makeup will be absolutely stunning. We also offer a mobile makeup service so you can enjoy and relax in your own space.

For hair services we recommend Tait Hairdressing in Williamstown (which is across the road from our clinic).

Note: We require a 50% deposit at the time of booking Monday to Saturday. For Sundays in Clinic and all mobile makeup services we require 100% payment.

Bridal Makeup

Special Occasion Makeup

In Store Prices
Bride
$150
Bridesmaids
$120
Mother of the Bride
$120
Bridal trial (Includes 2 hours or 2 looks)
$250
Trial extra hour
$100

Special Occasion Makeup

Special Occasion makeup
$120
Trial (1 hour or 1 look)
$120
Trial extra hour
$100
Mini makeover (does not include lashes)
$65
Mobile Services (Minimum 3 People)
Bride
$165
Bridesmaids
$135
Mother of the Bride
$135
Bridal trial (Includes 2 hours or 2 looks)
$275
Trial extra hour
$130
Special Occasion makeup
$135
Trial (1 hour or 1 look)
$135
Trial extra hour
$115

All makeup services include a set of full bar or individual set of lashes.

Questions To Ask Your Makeup Stylist

While there may be no limit to what you’re willing to spend for your incredible bridal makeover, it’s important to check over and compare wedding hair and makeup prices. The fact of the matter is that some makeup and hair stylists will overcharge on purpose because they know just how much money some people are willing to spend to ensure perfection.

Fortunately, spending more than necessary isn’t always…necessary! There are plenty of incredible makeup and hair stylists who will charge you accordingly for the services you need. The trick is being able to spot these individuals from the countless people trying to overcharge. When choosing a wedding makeup stylist for your wedding, it’s important to shop prices so you can get a general idea of what you should receive for the money you’re planning to spend. Here are some questions you’ll want to ask when interviewing for your big day.

Anyone you’re interested in using to complete your makeup and hair styling for the wedding should be willing to complete a trial appointment to make sure they’re a good fit. This should take place a few months prior to your wedding and allow you to figure out how well the stylist will work out with you. If it doesn’t work out, no harm, no foul. Simply find someone else and try again. You’ll have plenty of time after. Also, make sure to ask when the stylist expects you to pay a deposit. This is obviously important.

This is important because while you might be alright with coming out to the salon on the big day, a lot of brides would rather have the stylist come out to them. With so much going on at this point in time, it’s usually easier to have the stylist either come out to the hotel or your home to handle your makeup and hair. Regardless, you should still ask the makeup and hair stylist if they’re willing to come to work wherever you will be on your wedding day.

While some makeup and hair stylists need pictures of what you’d like your makeup and hair to look like for the big day, others have a firm idea of what should be done. If you don’t want to give them creative freedom, don’t. Simply tell them how you’d like to look and give them pictures they can base your styling on. Ultimately, this is your choice. If you see they’ve done a lot of incredible work in the past by creating their own styles, let them work their magic. This is your choice so consider the options before making any decisions.

While you might love the makeup and hair your stylist originally comes up with, there are always those times that brides will change their minds. It’s always a good idea to find out what it’s going to cost you to have a re-trial (if they charge). Changing your mind might not seem like something you’ll do now but it’s always good to know if they will charge a fee for a re-trial.

Many brides have their wedding accessories already picked out long in advance. If you don’t, don’t worry about it. But if you do, you might want to bring them with you to the trials to see what they look like with the aesthetic your makeup and hair stylist is crafting. You should be able to request the accessories be attached while conducting the trial. If you don’t have your accessories yet, the stylist might have some they can let you use so you can gain a better idea of how you’ll look with your own accessories on your big day.

There might be some things your stylist will ask you to do. Whether your stylist wants you to wash your hair before you see them or moisturize your skin, there might be some preparatory work involved in crafting your perfect look. Make sure to ask what type of preparation they expect from you for your trial run and your wedding because there will be times these preparations differ a bit.

As we all know, everyone has different need and when it comes to makeup and hair, it’s important your stylist understands those needs. You might have super sensitive skin or curly hair that needs some serious taming. There are various quirks that your stylist might need to be skilled in handling, making it important to ask this question, especially if you have something rather unique that applies to you. If you do have a unique characteristic, it’s important to know that your stylist is an expert in handling it properly.

Some stylists might need you to pay for other things and these costs might not come up until after if you don’t ask. This can include paying for parking, transportation, or any other costs incurred. Make sure to check what you will need to reimburse them for to ensure there aren’t any surprise expenses on your wedding day.

There are times trouble strikes and makeup and hair stylist will get sick or have some sort of emergency that keeps them from being able to fulfil their duties for your wedding. Ask them what kind of plan they have in place just in case something does happen. Perhaps they have a backup to fill in for them just in case and if they do, that’s great. If not, you might want to make sure they get one. It’s important to know these things because if some sort of emergency happens, you’re still going to need your makeup and hair done.

While your makeup and hair stylist might have something else to do that day, it’s important to know their schedule to ensure you will not be a secondary priority. You need to be the main attraction that day so make sure they will have the time it takes to craft your aesthetic without having to rush. A rushed job makes for a potentially botched job. There is already enough stress on your wedding day and ensuring the stylist’s schedule is not pressing them for time will lessen the chance for heightened stress levels.

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Welcome to Paulina De Los Reyes

At Paulina de los Reyes Makeup, Beauty & Skin Clinic, we offer a range of luxurious services for all your beauty needs.

Monday Closed
Tuesday 9:30am - 8:30pm
Wednesday 9:30am - 6:00pm
Thursday 9:30am - 9:00pm
Friday 9:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday 9:30am - 3:30pm
Sunday Closed