You’ve put in the time, gone to school, or received your certifications, and you’re ready to get started on everything from single-process colors and kids’ cuts to weaves and inversion braids.
It’s no surprise that trends change annually, if not weekly, in the beauty business.
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Whether you’re a professional bridal makeup artist or an eager student just out of beauty salon school, one thing is always true in the beauty industry — a consistent client list is key. If you’re curious about exactly how to get clients as a makeup artist, we’ve got you covered.
Between running your beauty business and perfecting the art of makeup application, we know there’s a lot that goes into a successful career as a makeup artist — that’s why it’s especially important to fine-tune your marketing plan.
Hair is one way of introducing yourself without saying anything, according to StyleSeat Pro LeiYohn, aka The Hairchanic.