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Top 5 Wedding Tips From Scottish Makeup Artists

Hello Lovelies,

Today on the blog it’s not just pieces of my advice. I have fantastic advice from 5 amazing Scottish makeup artists. This includes important advice for the run up to your wedding and on the day. Enjoy my 5 top tips for brides from Scottish makeup artists.

Fiona Lees of Fee Makeup Artistry

As a bride to be myself, I would say don’t let the little things stress you out! As long as you and your loved one show up, everything else is a bonus. And no matter what skin you have, ALWAYS moisturise.


Makeup by Fee Makeup Artistry

Jillian Elizabeth of Jillian Elizabeth Hair and Makeup Artist

Remember to enjoy yourself on the wedding morning. Your time to get your makeup done is your pampering and relaxing time. Don’t worry about what anyone else is doing, or get up to go and fix something. Let the morning happen and just relax.


Hair and makeup by Jillian Elizabeth Hair and Makeup Artist

Karen Bowen of Karen Bowen Makeup

Remember to cut off labels and remove stickers from clothes, shoes and jewellery. This is often a last minute detail that is forgotten about. Also try to avoid looking at and using mobile phones whilst having makeup applied. This may sound trivial, however it really does eat into timings when so many do this throughout the morning. Your makeup artist is trying to create a perfect makeup application within a schedule to ensure everyone is ready on time.


Makeup by Karen Bowen Makeup

Kirstin Watson of Kirstin Alexandra Makeup Artist

Talk to your makeup artist about your current skincare routine and concerns to get their advice and a note of their favourite skincare products. Then get going on a routine and stick to it! The sooner you admit your bad face wipe habit the sooner it can be sorted! Your makeup artist can only do so much with clever makeup tricks and application techniques, but nothing is better than a good skincare routine. It will make all the difference to your wedding day look and will create good skincare habits long term.

Makeup by Kirstin Alexandra Makeup Artist

Aitana Millan of Makeup by Aitana

Tell the bridal party to make sure to eat their roll and sausage before lipstick is applied! Once all rolls have been scoffed, form an orderly line for those lips to look lush!


Makeup by Makeup by Aitana

I hope you enjoyed this amazing advice from some wonderful Scottish makeup artists. These ladies are experienced and fantastic so a huge thank you to all of you for sharing your amazing tips with me and my readers. Do you have any other advice for brides?  Let me know below in the comments.

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