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Local make-up artist Gemma Warburton is teaching brides-to-be how to do their make-up. She tells us: "During these bizarre times, I've been working with couples as normal as possible, obviously with additional PPE and necessary precautions. I wanted to create a backup plan just in case I was unable to do my job as usual, so at the trial rather than doing the hair and make-up, I've been teaching couples to do it themselves. I offer a consultation as usual before demonstrating the look on myself with the client following along. Doing it this way means the bride can copy what I'm doing and if they require products they have access to my kit. I'm available between the trial and wedding, as they practice just in case they need any help via text, FaceTime, calls or emails.
"I'm doing this at the same price as my normal packages, a huge reduction from my normal prices for make-up lessons and aftercare packages, and I will still provide the usual touch up kit that all my brides get so they don't have to organise anything on the big day. I strongly feel that just because the world is a bit strange right now, the bride shouldn't have to compromise on her look."
Check out www.gemmalouisebridal.com for more information.