How far in advance should I book my wedding/event?
It is very important to book your wedding/event as soon as you confirm the date to ensure the ample number of artists are available for you.
I heard that having dirty hair is best for my updo, is that true?
False. We request that all hair be CLEAN and DRY! Our stylists would rather add products to your hair to add texture, rather than having to make your hair not look greasy. It must be also be dry so it does not add extra time to your stylist schedule and extra cost to you if needing to have a blowout in addition to your style.
How do I secure date?
To secure your date, please use the contact form to connect with Rebecca. She will promptly get back to you with all the steps you need to take to secure your date. This will involve filling out an event form, putting down a deposit and answer any other questions you may have.
How far in advance should I book a trial?
It is recommended that you book your trial service, if you desire to do so, 6 weeks before your event. This allows your desired look to be fresh in your mind as well as your artist.
How many trials do I get and what does each entail?
A trial is for you and your artist to meet and experiment with your desired look for your event. It includes one finished style, but you can try to incorporate different ideas along the way. Please come with pictures of ideas to make it easier for you and your artist to explore options. A trial service is an ala carte service, so you can book as many as you like, but will be charged for each.
How far do you travel?
We specialize in onsite services and will come style you and your groups wherever you would like. If your location is more than 10 miles outside of Milwaukee’s City Center, there will be a mileage based travel fee added for each artist needed.
What if my event falls on a holiday?
If you event falls on a Holiday weekend, there will be a $50 Holiday fee added for each artist needed for you event.
What is your service minimum?
We have a three-person minimum required to come on site for styling.