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Noelle Bonham creates customized looks and provides instructions on how to keep makeup and hair in place no matter how crazy the dance floor gets. Consultations are $150; day-of services for the bride start at $500.

Amanda Christan Burran


Burran uses all-natural makeup and organic skin care; she has worked with Angelina Jolie, Sarah ­Jessica Parker, and Natalie Portman. Trials are $275, on-location bridal makeup starts at $500, and each ­additional person is $250. (eco-friendly)

Amanda Shackleton

58 W. Eighth St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 917-334-6155;

Shackleton, who has styled for Anne Hathaway, offers one-stop shopping with time-saving hair-and-­makeup packages for the big day ($400 for the bride; $200 for each additional person).

Amy Zdunowski-Roeder

476 Bergen St., nr. Flatbush Ave., Park Slope; 917-517-4020;

This makeup artist and male groomer was a regular on the set of America’s Next Top Model, and her creations have appeared in People, W, and Nylon. Celebrity clients include actress Kristen Wiig and model Elaine Irwin. Prices start at $295 for the bride and $175 for the groom. (good value)

Anabelle Laguardia


A Laura Geller alum, LaGuardia is known for her skillful eye contouring and airbrushing expertise. Her looks tend to appear natural, though she can pull off ultraglam with ease. A consultation is $200; day-of makeup is $375 for the bride and $150 for each additional person.

Blushington Makeup and Beauty Lounge

119 W. 56th St., nr. Sixth Ave., underground at Le Parker Meridien; 646-410-2208;

The first New York outpost of this Los Angeles–based salon is all about creating wedding looks that bring out a woman’s natural beauty. On-site bridal consultations are $85, and day-of makeup is $100, with the option of add-ons like lash extensions and airbrushing. Blushington’s makeup artists will also come to you: on location looks are $175 for the bride and $125 each for up to 12 bridesmaids. There’s also a travel fee of $100 an hour per makeup artist. By appointment only.

Bridal Beauty


Lana G.’s fresh, classic looks have appeared in Harper’s Bazaar and Brides as well as on celebs such as Katherine Heigl, Drew Barrymore, and Ellen DeGeneres. She specializes in brides only, from $500.


251 W. 30th St., nr. Eighth Ave., Ste. 3FW; 917-330-1913;

Lillian Rivera specializes in traditional and airbrushed looks for brides of different ethnicities and is particularly adept at hiding scars and tattoos. Trials are $175; day-of is $375 on-site (and $125 per extra person).

Brush Beauty


This multitalented team, which does makeup, airbrush­ing, hairstyling, and manicures, has artists who will travel anywhere in the world. Trials range from $150 to $350; day-of services for the bride plus three others start at $850. (good value)

Celeste Loft Makeup


Those with a classic sensibility adore Loft for her clean, polished looks that bring out each bride’s best features. She takes a just-enough approach, though her handiwork lasts all day and photographs beautifully. Two-hour trials are $250. Day-of is $300 for the bride and $150 for each additional person. (good value)

Cheek to Chic


Raychel Wade creates fresh, glowing looks for the bride plus two others ($1,000 anywhere in Manhattan); it costs $150 for each additional person. Trials are $175. Wade also offers personal beauty lessons, which include trips to her favorite makeup counters, starting at $375. (good value)

David Maderich


Maderich has over ten years of experience working with Vanity Fair, as well as red-carpet-bound celebs like Drew Barrymore and Mary-Kate Olsen. Wedding packages (from $1,800 for the bride plus three) include hairstyling. Trials with photos are $200.

Elizabeth Black


Black offers a trial with up to three hours of “playtime” for the bride to try a variety of looks. Trials start at $125; day-of services (which can include airbrush makeup and false-eyelash applications) begin at $250.

Face Time Beauty

95 Wall St., nr. Water St.; 646-285-6918;

Founder and head makeup artist Linsey Snyder Wachalter works with some of the finest artists and stylists in the beauty field to capture the essence of a bride’s beauty on her big day. In addition to consultations and day-of makeup, Face Time also offers hairstyling, manicures, and spray tans. Prices upon request.

Gloss and Glam


These makeup artists have worked with Chanel, Vogue, Jessica Alba, and others. Their services run from long-lasting makeup applications to custom hair extensions. Prices for hair and makeup range from $250 to $1,000.

Jackie Schneider Beauty


Brides wanting a truly customized look turn to this hair-and-makeup pro, who is known as much for her skill in re-creating glamorous vintage styles as she is for her patience. (Schneider will spend hours consulting with clients to ensure they find the perfect look.) A combined hair-and-makeup package starts at $380. On-site packages at $1,400.

Jennifer Wobito


Wobito has spent 15 years making up brides and celebrities such as Sutton Foster, Lucy Liu, and Keira Knightley. She excels at details like individual-eyelash application. Trials cost $225; day-of makeup is $400 for the bride and $175 for each additional person. (good value)

Jill Harth Beauty

524 W. 57th St., nr. Tenth Ave., Ste. L404 in the CBS Studios Broadcast Center; 917-779-8928;

Harth, who has worked with such celebrities as Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michelle Pfeiffer, uses a combination of airbrush and high-definition makeup. A two-hour trial starts at $150; day-of rates start at $225 for the bride.

Kenig NYC


Founder Ricky Kenig specializes in hard-to-find brands that have a cult status among professionals, including Ilmakiage, Bennye, and Face Atelier. Prices upon request.

Keri Berman & Co.


Renowned for her contouring and highlighting prowess, Berman has worked with Hollywood celebrities and European royalty alike. Consultations are $250; day-of makeup for the bride plus one starts at $1,000.

Kerry Makeup


Using both airbrush and traditional techniques, Crawford creates chic and flawless bridal makeup. She’s also an aesthetician, a bonus for brides who have skin concerns. Her work has appeared on several blogs, including Style Me Pretty, Brooklyn Bride, and Once Wed. Prices upon request.

Kimara Ahnert Makeup & Skincare Studio

1113 Madison Ave., nr. 83rd St.; 212-452-4252;

Ahnert’s studio offers innovative skin-clearing and lifting treatments, including LED-light therapy and microcurrent technologies as well as makeup and eyelash applications. It also offers lessons. In-studio, day-of bridal makeup starts at $200; on-site is $700 for the bride plus two. (good value)

Kim White Makeup


White specializes in contouring and meticulous highlighting. Consultations are $150; full-day rates on request.

Landy Dean at Marie Robinson Salon

115 Fifth Ave., nr. 22nd St., fourth fl.; 212-358-7780;

Dean, the resident makeup artist at Marie Robinson Salon, has created cover looks for Cosmopolitan and Harper’s Bazaar. Trials and in-salon day-of start at $450; on-site rates from $900.

La Voila Beauty

630 Fifth Ave., nr. 51st St., Ste. 20; 212-518-7197;

This “glam squad” works exclusively on-site, specializing in hair and makeup with an emphasis on ethnic brides. Bridal trials are $300. Prices upon request for other services.

Lori Hamlin, Inc.


Lori Hamlin Penske’s looks are natural, fresh-faced, and never overdone. Her work has appeared in various fashion magazines, including Harper’s Bazaar. Wedding-day makeup packages start at $1,500.

Lorin Cole


A former Ford model, A-list-celebrity makeup artist, and best-selling beauty writer, Cole shares makeup tricks while turning out faultless faces and glowing skin. She has worked with Elle, Vogue, and W magazines. Trials are $200; day-of makeup for the bride plus two is $800.

Meredith Carre

325 E. 80th St., nr. First Ave., Ste. 6G; 917-497-7838;

Certified aesthetician Carre can recommend skin treatments or waxing regimens, and her light makeup application prevents caking. Trials are $50; on-site is $225 for the bride and $150 for each bridesmaid. (good value)

Nam Vo

Vo’s versatile looks can be subtle or all-out glam, and she often applies individual false lashes to amp up the eyes. Trials start at $400; day-of packages for four start at $2,700.

NYC Faces

868 Metropolitan Ave., nr. Orient Ave., Ste. 2B, Williamsburg; 212-203-5277;

One of the founders of wedding collective Brooklyn Betrothed, Anni Bruno creates natural, long-wearing looks using meticulous airbrushing techniques. In-studio trials are $125; day-of on-site makeup starts at $400 for the bride.

Pucker Makeup Studio

129 Grand St., at Crosby St.; 212 334-3690;

This bright Soho makeup studio specializes in elegant bridal makeup. The signature “Pucker Look” ($60) consists of foundation, bronzer, and mascara, and add-ons such as faux lashes cost an additional $20. The team will also work their magic on-site ($250 for brides, $40 for each additional member of the bridal party) and give private makeup lessons ($100).

Trish McEvoy Skin Care Center

5 E. 57th St., nr. Fifth Ave., fifth fl.; 212-758-7790;

DIY types come to McEvoy’s studio for hour-long makeup lessons ($800 for McEvoy, $300 for a staff artist) and leave with a full makeup kit. Standard ­trials are $125; off-site day-of application is $200 per hour.

Rouge New York

130 Thompson St., nr. Prince St.; 220 E. 60th St., nr. Third Ave.; 212-388-1717;

The experts at this boudoir-style makeup bar will take care of all your nuptial-makeup needs. Before the big day, book an in-salon Total Polish ($75) to meet your artist for a consultation and trial. On the wedding day, get your makeup done in Rouge ($75), book a house call ($250), or rent the space ($500 per hour) to get the whole bridal party ready.

Sally Duvall

91 Franklin St., nr. Church St., at Hail, an Organic Salon; 917-670-4271;

Duvall, formerly an assistant to Kevyn Aucoin, is known for creating ultrachic looks using minimal makeup. Day-of makeup starts at $450 for the bride and $175 for each additional person.

Sandy Linter at Rita Hazan Salon

720 Fifth Ave, at 56th St.; 11th fl., 212-586-4343;

Linter, who did the makeup for Elizabeth Hurley’s wedding in London, charges $350 for a trial and $500 for day-of services. On-site prices upon request.

Sharon Becker


Becker’s contemporary, long-lasting looks have appeared in the pages of Utterly Engaged and Grace Ormonde Wedding Style. Trials start at $150, day-of packages at $650 for the bride plus three. Hairstyling, airbrushing, false-eyelash application, and touch-up options are also available. (good value)

Sharon Slattery


Slattery’s handiwork has been featured in Glamour and Cosmopolitan, and she currently creates camera-ready looks for WPIX Channel 11’s news team. Traditional and airbrush makeup for the bride starts at $250; trials are $100.

Spring Super Makeup and Hair


Super specializes in an airbrush technique that keeps makeup looking fresh for 18-plus hours without touch-ups. Trials start at $200; day-of starts at $700. Hairstyling is also available.

Stephanie Barr


Barr has worked with Hilary Swank and offers on-site applications of her red-carpet-worthy creations. A combination of airbrushing and traditional work is $750 for the bride, and a five-hour makeup session for seven people is $2,500. Consultations are $500.

Vintage by Jessica Liebeskind


Liebeskind, a Fashion Week regular who has worked with luxury brands such as Reem Acra, Monique Lhuillier, and Badgley Mischka, likes to keep things practical and natural. Trials are $250; wedding-day application starts at $1,000.

Wei Lang Beauty


With more than 25 years of experience, Lang has worked with models and celebrities—including Beyoncé and Solange—of every age, ethnicity, and skin type. Her polished looks focus on showcasing radiant skin with subtle contouring to bring out the eyes. Trials are $250. On-site day-of application for the bride is $500; $1,500 for the bride plus three.

Wink Brow Bar

7 Greenwich Ave., nr. Christopher St.; 212-600-1857;

This West Village salon is known for its organic, virtually painless eyebrow threading, but Wink also offers Isabelle Lancray Parisian facials, lash and brow extensions, and expert makeup applications. Wedding makeup starts at $65; brides can perfect their own skills with a two-hour lesson for $250.


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