Hair or Makeup: What To Do First?

 Hair or Makeup: What To Do First?  

Hair or Makeup: What To Do First?
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Which one came first, the Egg or the Chicken?

 (No..!!  It's Not Food Section😜)

    Let's be frank ... It really doesn't matter. 

    The Order in which your hair and makeup styling takes place is, however, what matters. 


 At The Styling Stewardess, We have a science-based process of getting ready. The outcome? 

 Wilt-proof curls and make-up that lasts throughout the night. Here's how we make things happen. 

Start The Steps!!!:


Step #1:| 

• |SET THE HAIR|  


Hair or Makeup: What To Do First?

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You Know What? 

Before tools such as straighteners, curling irons and hot rollers became available, women had to learn to set their hair without heat.

 They curled their wet hair with various sizes of rollers, letting their hair dry into the desired style.


We will set your hair on rollers as soon as you take your seat in our studio to ensure the longest-lasting look possible. 

Heat will cause your hair to curl, and while cooling down, the shape will solidify. This is the basis of a picture-perfect style that, whatever the occasion, lasts all night. 



Step 2:| NOW, 

• |DO MAKEUP|


Hair or Makeup: What To Do First?

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An added advantage of first setting your hair in curlers is to get it out of the way for stage two: makeup. 

This makes an application for smoother and more flawless makeup. Plus, we want to save the mascara, not your baby hair, for your eyelashes. 



Step 2:| NOW, YOU CAN 

• |STYLE THE HAIR|


Hair or Makeup: What To Do First?

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We are prepared to get down to business now! Curlers come down and as the stylist prepares to finish the hairdo, makeup brushes are put aside. 

Now is a perfect time for your photographer to catch the remainder of the getting-ready routine with the game face on, Because your Makeup is already completed.


You heard "Get dressed, get up, go"—right? 

    Ok, In our studio, We tell it a bit differently.

 We take a 'Get prepared, get dressed, go' strategy for the longest-lasting look possible. Each Time!!


Hair or Makeup: What To Do First?

Image Credit: thestylingstewardess.com  



   

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