Beware - their portfolio looks great, and they have a lot of 5 star reviews, but looks can be deceiving.
This is not a small group of trusted artists, they are employing freelancers and varying levels of experience, skill, and professionalism...
and it is a total crap shoot whether you are assigned a top level artist or a young, green unexperienced artist.
I got married about an hour away from my home in Raleigh, so they assigned Charlotte based artists to my wedding (which is understandable and I was more than fine with). I had to be the one to reach out and ask about a trial, and when that was finally scheduled my mom and I drove to Charlotte and stayed in a hotel room. After following up several times, Courtney let me know that she was having trouble scheduling the hair and make up artist (even though we'd discussed it several weeks prior and I was traveling and staying the night). She finally made it happen and told me the only way make up and hair could happen on the same day was if we started at 7:30 am, so I agreed. We got up, I showered, and even bought coffee for myself and the artist - 7:30 passed. 8am passed. I reached out to Courtney and she said she was unable to reach the artist. She finally got her on Instagram and said she was "sick" but was on her way.
The make up artist showed up around 8:45am (the hair stylist was scheduled to arrive at 9. She was very flustered, dressed sloppily, and her make-up kit was dirty and unorganized (she spent a lot of our time together digging around in her box, including using an open pack of eyelashes that was just floating around in her make up stained box). She had 2in stiletto shaped fake nails on, which she poked me in the eye with SEVERAL times while poorly attaching false eyelashes. I asked for a really simple winged eyeliner, full coverage make up, and a red lip, and I ended up looking like an insane version of Amy Winehouse. She missed my nose with foundation completely, the enormous eyeliner wing was smudged and the lipstick was applied so sloppy. She was in a rush and it showed. Since she was so late, the hair artist arrived and just started doing my hair without really doing a consultation first, and it was also sloppy and messy and not at all wedding quality. Barrel curls and a mess in the back.
I cried, and got over it, but I messaged the owner, Courtney, who was at least in agreement after seeing pictures that the work was NOT good and agreed to help me. She was kind enough to refund me for the trial. She sent the same hair artist for my friends and family, and I hired someone else to do my bridal hair. She did send a different make-up artist (Anna Grace Makeup Art, based out of Charlotte - HIGHLY recommend her), but we were unable to have a trial since it was so close to the wedding. Thankfully Anna really stepped up and had a call with me, send photos back and fourth, and really really nailed my final look as well as the looks for all my friends. I got what I wanted on my wedding day, but it did not come without unnecessary stress and anxiety.
TLDR; if you're ok with taking your chances, go with The Make Up Team and risk it. If you're looking for well-done, reliable, vendors, steer clear and hire an independent, freelance, or reputable artist yourself and skip the middle man.