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Island Princess

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G'Day!

Sorry this is totally not wedding related but does anyone know of a beautician, salon who are reasonable priced, where I could get my make up done for New Years this year?

Open to all suggestions!!

 

Cheers,

Christie

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will you be on the strip? most of the hotels have a salon, I doubt they will be reasonably priced on NYE though. Honestly, when I need my makeup done for a event like NYE I go to a MAC store (not a counter at the department store).

I will try to remember where I used to get my hair done, but it will be far away from the strip since I lived close to Summerlin.

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typically mac stores just encourage you to buy something, ask ahead of time but I think you just have to spend a certain amount on products. I always wind up getting lip stuff because you will need to reapply though out the night anyway.

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Originally Posted by Island Princess View Post
Hey Christine,
Thanks for your advice.
Thats a great Idea. I might go to a mac store to get it done! How much do they charge usually?
God, I wish I was good at doing makeup!
Usually MAC requires that you buy $50 worth of make up to get the full make up, but at least you leave there with all of the stuff you will need to touch up. Other places charge more and you leave empty handed. I have had them do my make up at least 4 times and have never been disappointed.

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So my wedding is 20 days away now and I still haven't decided what to do for food afterwards. There are only going to be between 4 and 8 (we still don't know) including us. We are both Irish/Scottish and are doing a handfasting Celtic ceremony. We were thinking it would be a lot of fun to go to an Irish pub afterwards. We don't want to go somewhere seedy but more authentic. I found McMulligans (I think that's what it's called) and a few others. Judging by the menu it looks like something more real Irish and less cheesy. Would you have any suggestions about this?

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hmm there is a cool Irish bar in NY NY, its right in the middle of times square, its always busy and they actually have a nice steak house right across the "road" from it.

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