What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
🔹Bridal Trial/Design $125
🔹Bride (Day Of Wedding) $250
🔹Additional Bridal Party Makeup $150
*Travel & Parking Rates TBD if needed
*includes Eyelashes & Airbrush
🔹Basic Makeup Lesson 90 Mins. $200
🔹Makeup Application (Non Bridal) $200 /
$150 if at my Studio location
🔹Prom Makeup $150/ $100 if at my studio
Video/Television/Production & Personal Appearance and Day Rates Please Inquire
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I started doing makeup at a department store and then went on to work at a M.A.C. Cosmetics Pro Store receiving training in all types of makeup. I have completed training by KETT Airbrush as well as certification with M.A.C and NARS Cosmetics.
What types of customers have you worked with?
I do wedding parties, brides, master classes, celebrity appearances, photo shoots and makeup for television. I also consult clients in creating a makeup look to fit their lifestyle.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Research potential makeup artists online.
Ask your friends and family for recommendations. Look at their work and see if it's the type, style and quality that you are looking for.
Ask questions and give as much specific information on what you are seeking (time, location, services, how many clients, what time you need to be ready by, etc.). Ask how long the service should take per person. Check out the artist website or portfolio.
Brides should always do a run-through if possible.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
I would recommend giving the artist as much information as you can.
What type of makeup are you needing?
Dates & Times?
How many applications are needed?