Your wedding makeup and hair artists set the tone for your wedding day. After all, you are spending pretty much all morning with us. Those special getting ready hours should be spent with someone who cares as much as you do about your special day, listens to your concerns, knows what they are doing and guides you through everything you need to know and do for a perfect bridal glam.

When Simonet Makeup comes to mind, think:

Trustworthiness. I take pride in my work ethic and I am very passionate about my business. I also know that you are planning one of the most important days of your life so I treat it as if it were my own. I want you to feel secure when booking with me in that I will not only provide beautiful work, but also a professional experience and demeanor.


Responsiveness. Once you are my bride, you are one of my top priorities. Any questions or concerns that you have, you can send over to me via email and I will be there to answer and guide you through. Responses are to be expected within 24-48 hours Monday - Thursday (Friday - Sunday are reserved for events).


Expertise. I have been doing makeup for brides for nearly a decade. This means that I am well versed in wedding preparation logistics, what to expect the morning of and most importantly how to make your bridal glam vision come to life. This is where I thrive.


Transparency. My goal is never overpromise and under deliver, to always be honest and as diligent as possible.


Organization. From creating makeup and hair timelines for the wedding day, to sending you prep reminders and always keeping you in the loop. Organization will give us both peace of mind and allow this to be the fun experience it should be.


Sanitation. I take pride in a clean and organized kit. An organized kit allows me to work more efficiently, but a clean and disinfected kit helps to keep you safe.


Inclusivity. All ages, all races, ethnicities, beliefs and genders are welcome in my chair.

The Booking Process

1. Let’s Chat

The first step is filling out the contact form as detailed as possible in order for me to gather as much information as I can about you and your wedding day. If I need any more information to determine your availability, I will let you know. Here I will send you my rate sheet and direct you to the FAQ.

Bridal Inquiry Form

3. Save The Date


I will provide the contract and deposit/retainer instructions. Send everything back my way and we are all set!

The only way your date will be secured is when BOTH tasks are completed. An inquiry or “trial” does not secure a wedding date.

5. Finalizing Details

We begin to finalize day of details including service timeline, time to be ready and photographer arrival times. We discuss any final makeup and hair looks or changes for yourself and your bridal party.


I will begin to prepare your final timeline, invoice and skin/hair prep and set up reminders. I will be sending you this 1-2 weeks before your wedding day.

2. Proposal


If I’m available for your date and we are a good fit, we will discuss: if we will need any additional artists, any other booking questions/concerns you may want to clarify before finalizing your booking..

Here we are finalizing details to complete your contract and booking.

4. Bridal Preview

If you would like to do an in person preview (also known as a trial), this should be done 1-3 months before your wedding. I will send you a guide on how to prepare and what to bring.


If you are unavailable or don’t wish to do a preview, we can have a 30-minute phone call where we break the ice with some face to face time, and chat about and fine tune any details for your look.

6. The Wedding

This this the fun part! My only goal for this day is to make the getting ready process special and enjoyable for you.