If you’re working as a permanent make up artist, chances are you are extremely creative person at heart and although this comes with many advantages such as seeing world slightly differently to everyone else, this can also be a burden because we often struggle to price our services, because how do you put a price on art?
I hear this over and over: "I’m not a business person, I provide services, but find it difficult to price then and furthermore, address pricing questions.” Therefore, we’d like to use this blog to discuss tackling pricing and dealing with clients who question value you provide.
We would like to dedicate this blog to raising awareness of the possible PMU dangers, and to respond to Lisa Guerrero's video where Everlasting Brows was tagged, we feel it is our duty to comment. You can find the original...Continue reading
We want all of us to do well. Your success is also a success for us. Therefore, we would like to help you a little with new client gathering post lockdown, so please check these few steps below and sent the link to your beauty friends who might benefit from it.Continue reading
✨ Elleebana Correct storage ✨ Along with your applications, the storage of your lash lifting sachets is paramount for achieving drop dead gorgeous lifts every time. Think about your salon or professional space, do you know what temperature your workspace gets too...Continue reading
How to choose the perfect permanent make up therapist for you! How many of you can say that you research everything in your life thoroughly? Or do you go off the recommendation of a friend or maybe just take a...Continue reading