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Q: Why should I hire In Your Face Beauty Bar for my wedding makeup?


A: It is very important to hire a professional makeup artist for your wedding day. In Your Face Beauty Bar (Jamaican makeup Artist) will ensure that your makeup will last all day and photographs beautifully in both natural and artificial lighting. We provide the ultimate on-location, luxury bridal service.  As experienced bridal makeup artists, we  ensure that your wedding makeup is timeless and classic for your photographs, that will last a lifetime. We also strive to provide excellent customer service by addressing each brides' concerns as they arise.


Q: How far in advance do I need to book?


A: Jamaica is a popular choice for destination weddings, and according to (2015), in an article entitled "Wedding Statistics and Honeymoon Facts & Figures," we host approximately 5000 destination weddings per year for couples across the globe. The sooner you can book the better! 3-12 months in advance is advised, but a year and a half to two years is not out of the norm! Are you last minute? No problem, sometimes there is availability.


Q: I have a large bridal party, can you accommodate?


A: Yes, we can accommodate as many as you wish as long as time allows!


Q: What happens at the bridal trial?


A: A trial is absolutely essential before the wedding day! However, it is not mandatory. A trial helps both the makeup artist and the bride. The trial helps the bride to figure out what look will best suit her on her on her wedding day. For the artist, it gives us a chance to see beforehand  the condition of the brides' skin, it helps us to go home and go over what was done and determine if the techniques and products used were the absolute best for the specific bride. It also helps to make the process on the day go even quicker and smoother.

The trial will begin with a discussion of the bride's daily beauty regimen and water consumption. We discuss what make up, if any, you normally wear and any ideas you have. Allergies and skin sensitivity will also be discussed. Your look will then be created and applied! The bride is advised to bring photographs of makeup looks they like for a better understanding of their vision.


Q: What is the difference between traditional and airbrush makeup?


A: Airbrush is a light-weight liquid makeup applied through an air gun and compressor that produces a thin, even layer of makeup in a spraying motion. The fine mist of color covers the skin and gives the appearance of a flawless complexion.  Airbrush makeup is sweat, tear and transfer resistant and photographs beautifully. Airbrush makeup is not to be confused with the ever so popular "airbrush" tool used on the program "Photoshop" to smooth texture of the skin. Traditional makeup is a Liquid, cream, and/or pressed powder that is usually applied with a sponge, brush or finger tips. Traditional makeup comes in the widest variety of any other makeup, with every shade available.

In Conclusion, the difference between airbrush makeup and traditional makeup is that airbrush makeup is made to last a minimum of 14 hrs. It is designed to mimic skin, therefore looking natural while providing the necessary coverage. The traditional makeup can be made to last all day and look natural as well, with the right technique.  


Q: Do you offer eyes only or partial services?


A: No,  the professional bridal look includes full makeup that is absolutely photograph ready! We want you looking your best throughout the whole event!


Q: What brands of makeup do you use?


A: All makeup products used are quality and professional brands that were designed to give long lasting results and photogaphy beautifully. Brands such as Makeup Forever, Bobbi Brown,  Anastasia Beverley Hills, RCMA, Graftobian, Face Atelier, Mac, Temptu, Lorac Pro, Viseart, Kevin Aucoin, Nars, Ben Nye are amongst some of the brands used.


Q: How do you keep your products sanitary?

A: It is very important to make sure that your makeup artist is sanitary. We take great pride in the cleanliness of our kits, brushes and all products used. Each product or brush is cleaned and sanitized before use on another client, as well as all makeup used.


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