What to put a freelance makeup artist contract.
Make sure your contract is as waterproof as your mascara with this handy guide.
You probably became a makeup artist because you have a passion for creativity, not for paperwork. However, a good freelance makeup artist contract is essential for running your business and can often make or break your success. So whether you do weddings or photoshoots, you’ll want to make sure that you have a signed contract that’s clear and fair for both you and your clients.
Seven important things to include in every contract.
While each job may be different, there is some critical information that you’ll need from and for almost every client. This information will help to ensure that you can do your job without any issues and guarantees you’ll be paid fairly for your work. Make sure to include the:
- Client’s full name
- Client’s address
- Contact information for your client
- Time, date, and location for the services
- Price and payment options
- Cancellation policy
- Any additional requirements you need to perform the service, such as tables, chairs, lighting, etc.
When writing a wedding freelance makeup artist contract, it’s essential to specify how many people you’ll be servicing and what they need to do to make the experience as quick and effortless as possible. No one wants to be surprised when it comes to their wedding day, especially a stressed-out bride.
And of course, always make sure both parties sign the contract before you perform any services.
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