Quinceañera Hair & Makeup Packages
(Hair & Makeup): $170
In Salon Only
A NON-REFUNDABLE deposit is required to hold your date.
1. Do Book In Advance
We can and have booked events a year in advance. If you already know the date of your event, check to see if it’s available, we may already be full for that day. A deposit will be required, but, better to have your space reserved in advance.
2. Do a Makeup Trial – Don’t Skip
It's an extra cost but a worthy one. Schedule your trial at least three months before the event.If you aren't happy with the first trial, this will buy you time to try out another option.Try to schedule the trial on a special day, that way, you can show off your look in photos or at another event.
3. Makeup Trial – Do
You probably already know that you should bring photos to your hair trial, but many ladies don't think to bring photos to their makeup trial as well. Look through magazines or Pinterest for women with similar coloring to yours whose makeup you love. And if you have any photos of yourself where you particularly like (or dislike) your makeup, bring those along as well.A picture is worth a thousand words, after you've shown the photos, discuss them. Make sure they see what you're seeing.
4. Do a Hair Trial – A Must
If you plan to wear any veil, headpiece or other accessory, you will want to do a trial with these items. It’s important to see if the style you’ve chosen works with the accessories you’re considering.
Also, if you’re considering adding length to your hair, we can try the extensions at the trial to be sure the color and style matches.
5. Don’t be in a rush
Depending on the style of the hair, and the type of makeup, it can easily take 2 hours for each person in your party. Our hours are flexible for special events, so, if we need to start extra early, we can. We also have enough stylists for any size party.
6. Do get your eyebrows waxed
Your brows frame your eyes and can truly change the entire look of your face. Consider getting them waxed a week before your wedding or event.
7. Skin Care – Don’t Make Big Changes
If you're prone to breakouts, you may feel inclined to pile on the products to pre-empt pimples in the days leading up to your event, but it's best to keep your routine consistent. A few days before your event is not the time to experiment with skin treatments, peels, or products you are unfamiliar with. The best thing you can do is keep your skincare regimen normal.
If you don't regularly get facials, don't get one right before the event.If you are going to start getting facials, get them at least three to four months in advance so that by the time the big day comes, your skin is totally clear and glowing.
8. Preparing for the Big Day
Everyone in the party should have clean and dry hair. Skin should be clean and moisturized. You should wear a button-up shirt to avoid smudging makeup or messing up the hair. But most of all, be relaxed and have fun!
9. How do I book my Trial or Event?
You can inquire about the dates/times via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), text (562-695-2482), or by phone (562-695-2482). However, to book the actual dates, we will need you to come to the salon, in-person. We will need the bridal party information, event location (if we are traveling to you), dates, and be prepared to leave a deposit.