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I've found very little information on here regarding this so I thought I'd go ahead and try starting a new thread to get some view points from people.  I'm currently trying to decide on someone to do my make-up for my wedding this May at Dreams Tulum. I've narrowed it down to Adrian Guerra and Sara Tamargo. 

 

I'm wanting to know how well airbrush holds up and if it's a good idea for being outside on the beach.  I read a couple reviews where brides said they loved it but I felt that some of the pics were a little shiny.  I had always heard airbrushing shouldn't be used for an outdoor wedding.  Any advide, tips, and feedback if you did use it or if you would suggest to stick to MAC products please share.

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Hi vlynnw!

 

I personally do not use airbrush for weddings.  There is so much new technology, airbrush is a bit out dated. I use High Definition make-up. I love it because it gives you great coverage and you dont have that "made up" look.  HD make-up is made for cameras and lights.  The granules in the makeup help reflect light and give you a beautiful,healthy,shimmering glow without looking oily. Also, the make up does not seep into your pores so you do not get a thick look. HD is long lasting and comes in waterproof formulas as well. With a spritz of make-up stay (like hair spray for make-up) you are camera ready all day. I hope this helps :)

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Originally Posted by kimbos View Post

 

MVP have you ever done hair/makeup at one of the Palace Resorts?

 

Yes, as a matter of fact I am booked next weekend at Moon Palace.

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Do they carge the $88 guest fee for you to go in there and do the hair and make up? Do you bring an extra person or is it just you?

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Originally Posted by kimbos View Post

 

Do they carge the $88 guest fee for you to go in there and do the hair and make up? Do you bring an extra person or is it just you?

I am assuming the past bride and my bride next week has paid the vendor fee herself, it has never been brought to my attention.  

 

I personally can do hair and make-up for the bride plus two additional guests. If I take an assistant, I can do the bride plus 5-6 guests (taking into consideration the start time of your wedding and the time your guests are willing to get started).  

 

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We had my cousins wedding in playa del carmen last month and for hair and make up she booked Adrian and she and all the other girls were so happy with him and the hairstyling team

they came on time to our hotel room and it was just so much fun and they do work all so professional and with lots of talent

 

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I am thankful for this information. I will definitely check into the HD Make-up. How far out did you ladies book your hair and make-up dates?

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