May 2011 Weddings

degrea. (hair/makeup recs)

I am just going to c &p their replies over here. I did link your OP so they may post there as well


K.C. Felton did my hair and my bridesmaids hair
did a wonderful job. Very intricate up-do. She
comes to you. She used to to make-up as well,
but I'm not sure if she still does. If not, I'm sure
she could recommend someone.
http://www.theelegantartisan.com/
Emily Forrester of Premiere Make-Up and Hair
did my make-up. I had an unfortunate reaction
to a laser peel that left huge dark brown spots
on my face and she was able to cover them
without me looking overly made up. My "I don't
want anyone else doing my make-up" maid of
honor let her do her make-up and was very
happy as well. I think the people she works with
do hair as well. They come to you.
http://www.premieremakeup.com/index.html
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Fred Rogers

Re: degrea. (hair/makeup recs)

  • Julie Jackson (Hair by Jewels) did/does my hair and she is not only amazing but super sweet and personable. hairbyjewels.com Alison Harper and Co. does both and always gets rave reviews. http://www.alisonharperandcompany.com/ index.html
    Image and video hosting by TinyPic Love is like infinity: You can't have more or less infinity, and you can't compare two things to see if they're "equally infinite." Infinity just is, and that's the way I think love is, too.
    Fred Rogers
  • I loved Leah McKay and Hair by Giselle (she's based in Rockville).
    Image and video hosting by TinyPic Love is like infinity: You can't have more or less infinity, and you can't compare two things to see if they're "equally infinite." Infinity just is, and that's the way I think love is, too.
    Fred Rogers
  • degreadegrea
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    Thanks so much Aggie! One of the recommendation is free so I think they are all set.
    To the optimist, the glass is half full. To the pessimist, the glass is half empty. To the engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be. - Unknown Why is electricity so expensive these days? Why does it cost so much for something I can make with a balloon and my hair? - Dennis Miller
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