Makeup Artist
Makeup Artist

Working as a make-up artist can mean different things depending on an individual’s position and the industry in which he or she works. Responsibilities are varied, and duties may involve selling products, applying cosmetics, styling hair or performing cosmetic procedures like facials and extractions. The Make-Up expert should be able to provide accurate and high-quality customer service in the salon. The expert will understand customer needs, recommend services and products, So as to ensure continuous and consistent customer satisfaction.

  • Position – Makeup Artist Cum Studio Manager.
  • Qualification – 12th or Diploma In Makeup
  • Experience – 1 to 3 Years
  • Salary – 10000/- to 50000/- depends Upon Level of Makeup

Skills & Qualities Required :

  • Responsible for applying makeup and prosthetics to aesthetically enhance celebrities, performers, individuals, entertainers, or for special events such as weddings or dates. Work independently or with a team. May also style hair.
  • Apply makeup to clients using a color palette and different tools such as mascara, sponges, eyebrow shapers, lip liners, brushes, and applicators.
  • Work with clients to create various looks.
  • Work on theatrical productions, movie sets, photoshoots, backstage at concerts, or on television shows.
  • Apply makeup for big events including weddings, funerals, holidays, and outings.
  • Style hair according to makeup.
  • Set makeup with hairspray or other setting material.
  • Apply touchups as necessary.
  • Remove makeup from clothes if some is transferred.
  • Use photographs or models for reference when consulting with clients on the ideal look.
  • Apply prosthetics on movie sets.
  • Read scripts to ascertain the materials and the look required.
  • Sketch designs for future looks.
  • Purchase cosmetics and applicators from vendors and negotiate prices.
  • Ensure the makeup looks natural and well-applied under different lighting.
  • Match skin color to color palettes to determine best looks.
  • Teach makeup application to clients.
  • Suggest skin care routines.
  • Fit wigs and hairpieces.
  • Work quickly and accurately under pressure.
  • Wipe off makeup and reapply if the client is unsatisfied.
  • Maintain awareness of health and safety issues and legislation.