One of my Secrets to Makeup Artist Success is “staying relevant”, and that means constantly updating your skills and keeping up with ever changing makeup trends. With so much on offer how do you know which makeup education is actually worthwhile? Who are the best educators, and are you going to get value for your money?
How to navigate your way through Social Media, and ensure that you are attracting a quality audience, while avoiding getting caught up in the "numbers game"
This week's Top Tip for growing your Bridal Beauty Business is Networking with Wedding Photographers.
How to stop comparing yourself to other artists, focus on what you are great at and why your clients book you, and become a better makeup artist.
It’s often said that a makeup artist’s portfolio is their resume or business card. How well is your portfolio representing you as an artist? Here are my 4 Top Tips for building a successful Makeup Artist Portfolio.
What does it take to become a successful freelance makeup artist? What does success mean to you? More clients? Working full-time (or, at least, earning enough so you can quit your “real job”), Being published? Whatever your idea of Success, there are steps to take to get there. Professional Freelance Makeup Artist Sue McLaurin shares some tips on what it takes to become successful.