level three: preparing for a job

before you start:

you don’t need to do a lot of preparation for this video. just be sure to watch closely and take some good notes!

if you are already working in the makeup industry, think about some of the jobs you have already had and if they were as successful as you would have liked them to be.

what you’ll need:

  • pen or pencil
  • paper

about this video:

when you get hired for a specialty job (any job with a certain style or theme) it is important not to just “show up.” it takes time, research, and preparation before you step foot in the door in order to have the most successful outcome possible.

in this video, robert discusses how he personally prepares for a job, including how to put together an inspiration book and the level of time and research he puts into each job. if you follow robert’s advice you should leave your clients with the knowledge that you are professional, versatile, prepared, and that you do your research.

this leaves them feeling like they got their money’s worth AND they won’t want to hire anyone else for future jobs!