How to Hire a Makeup Artist

We, Makeup artists don’t just do weddings. If you want to look nice for a big event or even just to perk up your mood for a gloomy day, Here are tips on how to find the perfect make up artists.

· Shop around. There are so many avenues for you to get the perfect make up artist, You may head to the department-store counter of your favorite brand, check out make up artists works in the net, asks your friends and relatives who may have known one.

· Schedule a trial run. The easiest way to try someone out is to get a makeover. If you like the way you look, then make an appointment with that person for your event. It’s also nice to buy one or two of the products that she used on you, it may come in handy for touch ups or DYI make up.

· Make yourself clear. Once you’ve found someone you like, ask plenty of questions. How much does she charge? Will she bring her own makeup and brushes, or use yours? Call time for the event, etc. Make sure you’re entirely clear on the costs and your expectations, and speak up about anything she did during the test run that wasn’t perfect—”The eyes are heavier than I wanted” or “That lipstick washes me out”—so she has a chance to correct it.

· Get the timing right. Schedule your appointment for about three hours before the event; that way, you won’t feel rushed, and the makeup will have a chance to settle. Be sure to tell her that you don’t want her to use a mix of lipstick shades, which makes touching up much more difficult. And while a tip isn’t expected, you can always throw in an extra 10 percent if you’re really thrilled with the results.

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