From essentials to organization tips
Building a great makeup kit that meets the needs of you and your clients takes time, money and careful planning. It will say everything about you in terms of who you are as a professional, and it requires an ongoing process of updating, editing and cleaning your products and tools, to make sure that you are able to work efficiently, safely and effectively.
WHERE DO I START?
Start by knowing who your clients are and what kind of jobs you actually do. The needs of an artist who works on weddings is different from the professional who works on commercial jobs for photography or film.
For example, in commercial work, you would want to include male grooming products, like a matte lip balm, shine-controlling products and small clippers. The wedding makeup artist is more concerned with longevity, so waterproof liners, powders and setting sprays are a must.
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