The very first impression anyone has of you when they meet you is what you look like. It’s a simple fact – your eyes take
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After the pandemic struck, video calls have become part of everyday life, allowing locked-down people to stay in touch. A lot of companies that had to continue jobs at home used video call platforms, particularly Zoom. Before important Zoom meetings begin, people should certainly take some extra time to prepare and make themselves look good. Here are our tips to be presentable and be prepared:
Every bride is unique, and so the planning of every detail of the wedding day is a reflection of her uniqueness. From the dress to the cake, to the make-up, even down to the chair covers… they all reflect the bride’s own personal style. And the hairstyle is no exception – just as choosing the bridal gown needs careful consideration, so too does choosing how to style the hair for the wedding day.
In this digital era, it can be surprisingly difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff when it comes to choosing a hair and makeup artist for your day. There are so many beautiful Instagram grids, so many slick websites, and if you ask for recommendations on wedding forums then you’ll likely get a tonne of names thrown at you!
As it’s throwback Thursday, today I have decided to throw all the way back to April 2014 to showcase a super lovely couple’s wedding day!
Lucy and Simon tied the knot at the beautiful St Michael’s Manor in St Albans. It was another gloriously sunny day and I had the pleasure of not only looking after the lovely Lucy for hair and makeup but also her mother, Julie.