Choosing a wedding artist can be a hectic job. Reason being, we have very many artists today and determining the right one might be complicated. Some are out to make money while others have the customer at heart. It will be good for you if you land the type that cares about the customer. If you have your wedding or any other event that needs the services of a makeup artist this article guide you step by step until you get the right one.
Choosing a makeup artist
Have you ever done makeup for somebody with the same skin as mine?
If they were able to handle such individuals before, then with no doubt they can do a good job for you. Seen photos of clients will prove this before and after makeup. Makeup products can make a good looking model look more beautiful, but a talented and experienced makeup artist makes wrinkles disappear. They must be in a position to hide all negative son your face.
Ask about the makeup fee
You must before anything else know the amount charged for the makeup. How much is the total cost? What does it include? Do I buy my makeup products? When are the payments made? To who? And what transaction methods? The question may sound many but complete answers must be got for the good of both customer and client.
Do you give a service contract?
A contract is what shows that there was an agreement between the two of you. Without one, no claims can be made if any of the parties does not comply. Let all the agreements including date and time of event be included in the contract. If you gave any down payment, let that also feature in the contract. Better be safe than sorry.
Will I get a makeup trail?
This another important question. Before the actual makeup, the artist should give you a trial makeup. This is where you will confirm any doubts you had on their specialty. Make any possible changes during the trial. If you do not like their work, you will not be left with any other option than releasing them and looking for another one.
Will be the one doing makeup on my big day
Some artists do a very big mistake of sending someone else when the date comes. The person who gives the makeup trial must the same doing the makeup on the event day. You do not want to send someone else to mess up your wedding.