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What is my work worth?
Sometimes, as artists, we struggle with setting out prices, and raising them over time, because we aren’t sure what our work is worth. I can remember when I was starting out, I wanted to charge $100 per person, I wanted to have that sort of business, and to be making that sort of money. But… Continue reading What is my work worth?
Where to find your best clients
Do you know which is the best platform for you to be finding makeup and hairstyling clients? Is it Instagram, Facebook, or maybe even LinkedIn? The answer to that question is going to depend on WHO it is that you are trying to find… your ideal client. This week’s post is inspired by a comment I… Continue reading Where to find your best clients
5 Tips for Setting (and achieving) your Goals
Happy New Year! You probably know that January is the most popular time for people to set goals, or “New Years Resolutions” but did you know that MOST people abandon their Goals or Resolutions before the end of January, when the excitement wears off and the hard work needs to begin. I find this really… Continue reading 5 Tips for Setting (and achieving) your Goals
Set yourself up for SUCCESS
December is a time when many people are winding down, getting ready for Christmas and holidays, attending lots of parties, and in general, the focus goes away from running a business and more towards having fun. We makeup artists may be very busy with private clients going to Christmas parties, and finishing up our last… Continue reading Set yourself up for SUCCESS
6 Books that shaped my career (and life!)
Have you ever heard the saying “Leaders are Readers”? I’m not sure if that’s true for ALL leaders, but some of the most influential and inspiring people I know are avid readers. What was the last book you read? Anyone who knows me knows that I LOVE reading. When I was a young child I… Continue reading 6 Books that shaped my career (and life!)
What’s holding you back?
Whether in business or in life, we all face obstacles in our path towards our goals, or our vision for the future. What do you do when you are faced with an obstacle? Do you let it stop you from achieving what you want? Or do you find a way over, under, around or through… Continue reading What’s holding you back?
What to do when your client cancels
As a freelance makeup artist or hair stylist, working in the personal services industry, it is inevitable that from time to time a client will cancel. While this is never ideal and usually not pleasant (unless we are talking bridezilla and then maybe you’re better off!) the first thing to remember is that it almost… Continue reading What to do when your client cancels
5 Tips for Dealing with Overwhelm
As a freelance makeup artist or hairstylist, it’s just the nature of our industry to live in what I call “feast or famine” which means that either there is LOADS of work, or almost none. It’s a real rollercoaster, one minute we are so busy we can’t scratch ourselves, and the next we are sitting… Continue reading 5 Tips for Dealing with Overwhelm
The “Secret Weapon” for getting more Business as a Makeup Artist
Sometimes other artists are surprised when I tell them my greatest source of new clients and makeup jobs. Can you guess what it might be? As an agency-represented makeup artist, many people assume that I get most of my work booked through my agent. As a 16 (almost 17) year veteran makeup artist, many people… Continue reading The “Secret Weapon” for getting more Business as a Makeup Artist