Jacksonville Wedding Makeup:
You might dig Lady Gaga's music, but you probably don't want to look like the "Pokerface" princess on your wedding day! These savvy and experienced local makeup artists will give you that tasteful, bridal glow:
Jacksonville Wedding Makeup Artist No. 1:
Sought-after artist Kimtasha (http://www.kimtasha.com/) brings 12 years of experience to her brides, training with M*A*C and then going on to work with celebs like actress Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon. She uses most of the major makeup brands, from Laura Mercier to Nars, and does airbrush makeup too. Be sure to book her early as she is often in demand!
Jacksonville Wedding Makeup Artist No. 2:
Natalie at Knockout Artistry has been making brides beautiful for seven years and proudly carries M*A*C, Smashbox, Bobbi Brown and Chanel products in her kit. She also does air-brushing and can bring in hair and eye-lash artists at your request. Ask about her 10 percent discount for client referrals!
Jacksonville Wedding Makeup Artist No. 3:
No makeup request is too outrageous for Daren at Glamourface Makeup.com! At one bride's request, Daren (she's a girl!) painted the client to look like a circus ring leader, complete with feather eyelashes, hot pink and purple eye shadow and a top hat! Of course, she also handles traditional ceremonies and natural makeup requests, using M*A*C, Laura Mercier and mineral powder products. Brides get a discount if their bridesmaids also use Daren's skills.
Jacksonville Wedding Makeup Artist No. 4:
Industry cosmetologist Sunshine Jones (www.makeupbysunshine.com)started airbrushing costumes and makeup when she was just 16! Today she's touched up everyone from "America's Next Top Model" contestants to soap stars. A licensed aesthetician, she can help you with rosacea and other common skin conditions, in addition to working with specialty products such as Image Skincare.
Jacksonville Wedding Makeup Artist No. 5:
Accomplished in fashion runway, magazine photo and, of course, bridal party makeup, Gemma at Gemma B Makeup trained with M*A*C and eventually wound up as a manager and product specialist for the label, which she says works fantastically for weddings. She specializes in classic, natural looks for brides and has this wedding day beauty tip: Avoid foundations or moisturizing products with "titanium oxide" as they can make you look white or washed out in photos.