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The Ultimate Beauty Crew


by IMAGE
19th Mar 2015
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The Ultimate Beauty Crew

Getting hitched? Yet haven’t a clue where to start when it comes to bridal beauty? What hair will work with your dress? What make-up looks best in photos? Who should you book to glam you up on D day? So many questions, but fret not, we’ve found a solution and it’s free and it’s on this Sunday.

Beauty Bootcamp have surveyed over 300 brides-to-be in the last year to see what modern-day muses are inspiring weddings today, and based on their findings they’ve created a lookbook of the of hair and make-up looks based around the six most popular celebrity brides, to help you choose a timeless beauty look for your day.

We love the boho bride look inspired by Poppy Delevigne and are partial to the chic Kate Middleton look too. To see the looks for yourself and to meet the hair and make-up artists behind weddings at Beauty Bootcamp, there’s a complementary bridal showcase day on this Sunday, in their gorgeous girly Dublin studios, with live wedding make-up and hair demos, a headpiece workshop with leading bridal milliner, Tahnee Morgan and floral advice and displays by iconic florist, Joeanna Caffrey.

It’s a great opportunity to chat with industry icons and see if they suit your bridal style, get some inspiration and advice from the pros, and it’s another excuse for you and your bridesmaids to have an afternoon together.

If you like what’s on offer you can book your bridal hair and make-up with the Beauty Bootcamp team and they’ve all manners of packages, from trials in their studios to two-day wedding weekend packages. And they’ll ensure you have the same crew with you all the way from trial to aisle, as Naomh Geday, head make-up artist feels, ?The wedding morning is too intimate a time for a stranger to descend on, so we ensure we’ve built a proper relationship with our brides before their day, so they feel comfortable and confident in our hands and we know exactly what they need to feel stunning and special.”

They also have put together a number of hen party packages (from €45) from teaching your hens how to look picture perfect on the day to simply getting glammed up and ready to hit the town!

The Weddings at Beauty Bootcamp Bridal Showcase is on this Sunday March 22nd from 1pm-3pm or 3pm-5pm. To register, visit?www.beauty-bootcamp.com or email?[email protected]. Complimentary access and also goody bags for the first 100 brides.

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