8 questions every bride has
Q: When should I come in for my trial?
A: We recommend coming in at least 2 months before the wedding. Often brides come in on the day of their engagement photos or bachelorette party, since there is a separate fee for the trial.
Q: Would the makeup artist/stylist mind if I brought in a reference photo of the look I’m going for?
A: No, of course not! Having a reference photo of what you would like is always super helpful for your makeup artist/stylist.
Q: Can the makeup artist/stylist come to me instead of the salon on the day of my wedding?
A: They would more then happy to come to you, but on-site services are billed differently. The hourly rate is higher because the stylist has to take a day out of the salon, and bring their own products, lighting, equipment and tools.
Q: Are false lashes included in the makeup cost?
A: They are not. Lash applications are an extra $20 dollars and require 15 more minutes with the makeup artist, so make sure to mention when booking!
Q: Is my stylist willing to use extensions?
A: We have several stylists who are great with temporary (clip-in) extensions, but we recommend a trial if you are thinking about this addition.
Q: What is the difference between a style and an updo?
A: A style includes a shampoo with a blow dry and some curls if you’d like. An updo does not include a shampoo and your hair is usually put all or partially up Any hairstyle with pins or braids is considered an updo as well.
Q: Can my party arrive at the salon at the same time so we can spend time together while getting ready?
A: Yes, of course, please feel free to arrive together! A lot of parties bring bagels and donuts or champagne and orange juice. We provide extra tables and chairs for everyone.
Q: If I do book with Sine Qua Non Salon for my wedding is there a deposit?
A: There is a deposit due when booking to reserve the block of appointments. It is half of the grand total due and is refundable up to 7 days before the day of the wedding.