How to Choose A Makeup Artist


Commissioning a painter to do an artwork for you requires extensive research on what the artist uses his painting style, materials, and methods of how they paint you evaluate this and think if they work for you and your style. Just like selecting a makeup artist it is very important to know what look you are going for and if the makeup artists embodies the style you wish to look like. Here is a short guide on how you can effectively choose a makeup artist for you!

1. Price

Listen girls, if the talent fee is too good to be true, it probably is. They could be cutting corners and using fake makeup that is not only bad for your skin but poses a serious risk to your health. They may also not have that much training and end up over drawing your eyebrows or lips. Be careful and do your research. Know if the portfolio they have is something they consistently perform and if you can even read good reviews from clients all the better. If the makeup artist fits your budget then book with them!

2. Style

What is your peg? Natural flawless looking makeup? Avant-garde? Extremely sultry and sexy? Wow I'm here look? Look for the artist that can express your look the way you want it to. If its for an extremely important event in your life like your wedding you can even ask for a trial makeup session with them. You can even make sure that they know what look you are going for by sending them ahead pegs of what you would aspire to look like. Or if you are unsure but love the portfolio they have, you can just trust them and let them do their magic on you.

3.Communication is key

You would want to communicate well with your makeup artist don't be afraid to say your opinion in a very respectable manner and compromise with your artist. Even if they will insist that glittery eyes will look really good for you, if you feel more confident in nude colors please tell them that. Having a makeup artist that you can communicate with is definitely the first thing to consider when choosing the one for you. Even before meeting your makeup artist you can begin to tell her your skin type and what products you have tried that seem to have had a certain reaction to your skin. This way she can cater to what you specifically need.


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