Initial Contact

First, let’s chat about the basics. Contact me with the details of your wedding, like date/time/location, your own makeup needs, and other services such as wedding party and mothers’ makeup. I assess whether an assistant makeup artist will be required on site.

Contract & Deposit

I draw up the contract then send it to you for review and signature. Once the contract is fully executed and a deposit is received, I hold your wedding date in my calendar. From here, we schedule the wedding makeup trial and discuss the logistics of your wedding timeline. I may refer you to a hair stylist and may ask to connect with your wedding planner, should you have one.

Consultation & Trial

We schedule a trial at our Brooklyn Home Studio. The trial will be performed by a Lead Artist from our team based on your wedding date and our individual expertise. During the trial, we discuss your makeup desires again, review pictures, and try out your look! You’ll have time to provide feedback and we can tweak the look as needed. We will also review your skincare routine and I may make recommendations based on your needs. Skincare packages are available for purchase. You will choose your wedding day lipstick color so that I may order it for you in advance (a gift from me to you)!

Wedding Day

The big day! We will travel to where you'll be getting ready to do the bride(s) and bridal party makeup. An assistant will join should your group require additional makeup artists. Our goal will be to apply flawless makeup that will remain beautiful throughout the event, ensure the day remains on schedule, and help the bride(s) feel relaxed and beautiful.

On this episode of Try Living With Lucie, our host, Lucie Fink tries out 5 different wedding makeup looks. From glam to colorful and dramatic, she tests out different looks for her and her wedding party to wear on the big day. Watch this week's Try Living With Lucie for some major makeup inspiration!

As Key Makeup Artist in this video production, Pam created each of these looks specifically for Lucie after listening to what she was hoping to achieve. Off camera, Pam walked Lucie through all five looks—just as she does during makeup lessons.

If you skip to about the 2 minute mark, you’ll even catch Pam’s cameo.