How To Start Makeup Artist Business In Nigeria

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Do you know that a good number of Makeup artists in Nigeria are making a whole lot of money, some in hundreds of thousands and some in millions, yea, you heard that right. You too can become one of them starting from today. In case you don’t know by now, I am telling you that you are in for pure profits as a young man or woman if you take up makeup artist business in Nigeria, now that its still very hot.

The good thing about this business is that, it has the capacity of taking a person beyond the shores of this country if taken seriously as a real business. A good makeup artist charges as much as N100,000 per makeup session and some, when gotten rich clients, in millions.

You can get your phone ringing off the hook from many clients looking for your services once you’re good in the game for their events which ranges from marriage ceremonies, birthday ceremonies, social ceremonies and even burial ceremonies because these ladies want to look good irrespective of whatever social gathering it may be.

Looking good is cherished by many, just so they can stand-out at various events and be noticed, looking good has been found to boost a person’s morals and even get the individual noticed for an opportunity of a life time.

It is a business of self projection which those who knows the rudiments and the values are not joking with. Good number of Nigerian ladies who are sound with the makeup brushes and are equipped with the right kind of flawless beauty applications, are making decent income beautifying women around the world who are endlessly looking for their services. Take a look at some beauty magazines to verify what I’m saying here dear.

The Makeup Artist business is a big business no doubt, but every business has its requirements and the business of makeup artist is not different.

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Easy Steps To Start Makeup Artist Business In Nigeria

Being a make up artist is not rocket science as all it requires is the interest first before every other things follows, just like any other business. While it is true that some have degrees doing this, that doesn’t stop any serious business minded person from going into the business and get their own share of the market.

Let’s roll now; Steps to becoming a Makeup Artist as a Business

1. Be Social

You have to be a social person and have all it takes to combine fun with business because beauty business often go hand in hand with some playful attitudes. So be a master in mixing the two because it keeps your clients looking for you often.

2. Have Good Creative Skills

Some are naturally endowed with good creativity and others learn it from experienced professionals. So even if you have it naturally, there is nothing wrong to attach yourself with the professionals as they would be happy to put you through and that gives you enough exposures than you ever think possible. Attend any professional makeup training and or in addition get the manual below to BOOST your makeup skills (manual costs N1,000; $5; GhC20 only for limited time period).

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3. Be Available

Be ready to move around and plan your business well to avoid clashing with other appointments you have with your clients. Becoming a successful makeup artist shouldn’t be a difficult thing if you plan it very well and know how to take every other activities away from it.

Makeup Artist In Nigeria Is A lucrative business

It’s sure to take a chunk of your time but with the monetary equivalent well intact in your pocket if you don’t mind and that’s just one good thing about this business because it is something done with happiness.

Some makeup business owners are flying around the world catching up with their booked clients. It is a job one can do and choose how to do it either in a big way or in smaller way.

Strategies to get more customers in the Makeup Business

  • Offer free services to women going for occasions and even making up a bride for free and having business cards, brochures and flyers to advertise oneself.
  • Another trick to keep you in the business and attract more customers is to run promos to bring in more customers.
  • Give your customers free services once in a while and have a way of compensating your regular customers for referring their friends to you.

There is no doubt about it that creative artists are beginning to have their say in the economy of this country as their works are clearly speaking for themselves. As a makeup artist, more than enough women and even men are looking for your service with cash to put in your pocket for having them look beautiful for their occasions.

If you are really good in what you do, hardly a week passes by without you having a business in excess of N50,000 or more depending on the caliber/status of your clients. Multiply that by four or five weeks and see what that gives you monthly.

Makeup artist is a business, and all it requires for those interested in it is to treat it as such. It has kept all those in it smiling to the banks with decent cash in hands.

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