What to Expect at Your Makeup Appointment + Makeup Artist Sanitation Guidelines
Posted: June 01, 2020
PLEASE READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY!
As a seasoned professional makeup artist who has been in the industry for 14+ years, I have always followed a strict sanitation policy when handling beauty tools/products and applying makeup on my clients. My sanitation practices are one of my top priorities and will remain the same, with additional precautions in response to the current spread of COVID-19. The way I do makeup will look different from now on since I am in constant proximity to my clients. For our health and safety, I will abide by these policies while doing makeup and always stay up to date with the current guidelines given by the CDC.gov.
- Makeup Artist will be wearing Personal Protective Equipment such as disposable gloves, a mask or face shield and will keep conversation to a minimum with anyone sitting in her chair to avoid droplets contaminating any surfaces. How to properly wear a mask
- Makeup Artist and Client must wash hands prior to makeup service starting. Makeup Artist will provide hand sanitizer if sink is not available.
- Makeup Artist works primarily on-location, if possible the Makeup Artist requests to work in a space/room that is separate from those in your party. A space/room with natural lighting and ventilation is ideal.
- Makeup Artist recommends clients provide their own lip products during this time. Providing your own lip products will also allow you to touch up as you please during your event.
- Allow 10+ minutes in between clients to clean work station, wipe down and sanitize any products, wash hands.
- Please be prepared to have your temperature checked prior to your makeup appointment. If client is showing any signs of cold/flu like symptoms, the Makeup Artist has the right to refuse service.