One of the biggest moments of a makeup artist’s career can be the first time you see your work in print, on the cover of a magazine, on a billboard, or, even on a magazine website. Being a published makeup artist can take your career to the next level, it can open doors that weren’t previously open to you, you may book more clients, and more of the clients you want to work with.
But just how do you go about getting published? Where do you even start?
I will never forget the first time I saw my work published, and its STILL a buzz, after all this time. A couple of years ago I was driving with my partner on the long road up to North Queensland, and I was completely surprised to see my work on a billboard. Of course I made him stop so I could take a photo!
Artists often feel stuck, they don’t know where to start with doing editorial work, so in this week’s video post, you’ll learn all about editorial work.
- What is editorial work and why should you do it?
- What is editorial makeup and how is it different from bridal or everyday makeup?
- What is the process involved in setting up an editorial shoot?
- Why you should set up your own editorial shoots.
- Where to find magazines that will accept your editorial submissions.
You can watch the full video training here:
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