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Bridal Make-up Assistant

(pronounced Awn-yah)

I grew up in Stroud, Gloucestershire to a family who have always run pubs and worked in events & festivals, so there's no wonder I’ve ended up coming to work as part of someone's special day! 


I originally thought I was going to be a hairdresser, but decided that I wanted to go down the TV & Film route. Managing a bar for a few years to fund myself into training at Pinewood studios, I finally achieved that dream, and have been working in TV for the last 4 years, before deciding to split between the tv & bridal world for a better work/life balance. 


A big fan of festivals, you will find me gracing the fields of Glastonbury, Greenman & Womad; usually behind a bar, as the same with weddings, I love nothing more than to be a part of creating a fun, fantastic experience for those at the festival. (I am the one usually providing glitter & face paint as well as being covered in it myself) I actually started doing glitter bars at parties and weddings when I first finished college!

My love of festivals has definitely created my love of makeup, a world of fun and escapism - I love how a look can change my entire attitude on a night out and I want nothing more than to provide that for my brides. My recent struggle with cystic acne has made me double down on my skincare knowledge - something I cannot stress the importance of for a fantastic makeup application. I love working with products from Nars, morphe, charlotte tilbury among many more in my kit.


It’s important to me to create a calm & comfortable environment on your wedding morning; to set your day with the right energy to carry you on through. Although My most important goal is to always work with my brides to make you feel like the most confident, best version of you that I possibly can, I am here to listen and create a look to enhance your natural beauty to make you feel your best on your special day.

Gallery of Aine's work

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Contact Tel: +44 07817719248

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