As wedding season is top of mind for on-demand beauty companies like Vênsette and Priv, Glamsquad is hoping to jump on the bridal bandwagon to serve budding wives-to-be.

Throughout the summer, Glamsquad has unveiled its rolling introduction of hair and makeup services for brides and bridal parties in New York City, Los Angeles and Miami. But what differentiates its wedding services from its competitors is that clients work with a dedicated weddings coordinator to make sure everything goes smoothly from start to finish. The bride works with the weddings coordinator to book everything from engagement photos to bridal shower and wedding day looks.

Wedding hair and makeup are $125 each. Ninety-minute trial sessions are also priced at $125 each. And for touch-ups and the bridal party, stylists can stay for $100 an hour.

Meanwhile, clients can choose from five categories consisting of multiple hair and makeup looks. The categories include The Ivy for a countryside or vineyard setting, The Rose for a ballroom or banquet hall, The Jasmine for a barefoot beach soiree, The Violet for a rooftop or loft and The Dahlia for a jazz club, theatre or estate home.

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“A bride’s wedding day may be her most important beauty moment,” said Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, cofounder and chief executive officer of Glamsquad. “With the launch of Glamsquad’s bridal services, we are able to transform the bridal glam experience.”

Glamsquad is quickly growing and has launched an array of new services and initiatives in the past couple of months. Most recently it has partnered with L’Occitane to bring clients an assortment of the French company’s skin care for pre- and post-makeovers. Also in May, Glamsquad began offering nail services.

“Glamsquad provides its clients with competitive pricing, flexible scheduling and the ability to book one stylist or a team of beauty professionals,” added Wilkis Wilson. “The beauty services industry has been in need of technological innovation and Glamsquad is positioned for disruption.”

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