Price List

 

Hair

  • Bridal hair – £60
  • Bridesmaid Hair – £40
  • Younger Bridesmaids & Flower girls – £10-£20
  • Teens (13-16) -£30
  • Blow-dry and finish – £20
  • Extension charge (customer supplies) – any style that include adding or curling extensions + £15

Makeup

  • Bridal makeup – £40
  • Bridesmaid Makeup – £30
  • False eyelashes £5

Trial – Hair & Makeup £60 (an hour and half)
Trial – Hair Only £30 Makeup £30 (up to an hour)

I offer a free mobile service within Cardiff. Outside Cardiff travel is charged at 45p per mile.

To secure your wedding date, a £50 non-refundable deposit is required. This will be deducted from the total payment due on the day (or before if preferred).

Contact me for a full quote, bookings and any special requirements.

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