Today I’m starting a new blog series to highlight my wedding frendors (friend+vendor= frendor) and to help engaged couples who are in the planning process find the perfect fit for your vendor team. Hopefully this series helps you get a deeper look at the person behind the business that you may be considering for your wedding or elopement. To kick things off I’ll be chatting with Lyssa Pfauth of Evergreen Beauty! I’ve not only had the pleasure of working with Lyssa’s team in Atlanta for multiple weddings, but I personally had my hair and makeup done by Lyssa for a headshot session a while back! I’m so thrilled to have her on the blog today!
Evergreen Beauty- we offer special occasion hair and makeup services. We are located in the Atlanta, GA metro area and in Gainesville, VA servicing all over the DMV.
I would describe our style as organically glam, we want our clients to feel and look like their best selves and also strive to use cleaner beauty products.
I think being able to have open communication is so important when working with our clients- we want to build a relationship and many of our clients reach out to us for all of their memorable moments where they want to look their best, because they can trust us and our process.
I have always loved fashion and makeup from a young age, collecting magazines and cutting out all the looks I wanted to recreate. It was an outlet for my creativity, and it came very natural to me.
My clients. I have met some of the most amazing women since starting this adventure- from stay at moms to scientists to CEO’s –we all have the same thing in common- wanting to look and feel like the best version of ourselves.
Working with women and working with women- haha! Seriously though, we all know what we want and sometimes being able to articulate that while having an open mind can be hard for some. I always remind my clients that we aren’t striving for perfection but for improvement and to highlight their favorite features.
Relax and trust your HMU artist!! It’s wonderful to have ideas but it’s also important to be open to suggestions. Right now there are so many trends, but in ten years you need to look back on your portraits and still love your bridal look.
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