COVID-19

Planning an event is stressful enough during normal times, but during this time, we know things couldn't be more uncertain. We want to make sure you are aware of our strict protocols that we follow to keep our clients safe and worry free.

A disposable or cloth mask is worn at all times while on location and during makeup applications.

Brushes are thoroughly washed with professional grade 99.99 percent antimicrobial disinfectant brush cleaner in between use for each client.

For weddings or any job with multiple clients back to back: brushes are separated into labeled sets for each person, to be used for each person and that person only throughout the day.

All palettes and items in kit, including surface mat where products are placed, are disinfected with 90% isopropyl alcohol disinfectant spray before each day of use.


All cream makeup (skincare, primers, cream blushes, bronzers, lipsticks) are scooped out of containers and placed onto a disinfected metal palette or disposable palette for each client so there is absolutely no double dipping into any containers. 

All pencils and tools (eyeliners, eyebrow pencils, lip liners, eyelash curler, tweezers) are sprayed with 90% isopropyl alcohol disinfectant spray before and after each use.

One-use disposable wands are used for mascara and eyebrow gels.

Hand sanitizer is kept fully stocked in kit and used between clients as well as routinely throughout application. 

rescheduled events and
cancellations

As this time is difficult for us all in our own unique ways, we try to be as flexible as possible while still being fair to the rest of our prospective brides.  

If you must reschedule or cancel your event due to health concerns, your retainer will be rolled over to a new date or credited for use at any time given our availability, within one year of the cancellation.

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