How many?

13 posts
11 Sep 2009
jenkins
Model
jenkins
On average how many jobs a month do you tend to do?

Ive just enrolled in a part-time course just as back up after modelling and just intrigued

Thanks
Jen x
Posted 11 Sep 2009
simplydivine
Make Up Artist
simplydivine
Another model turned Mua? What a suprise!

Posted 17 Sep 2009
Victoria_Howard
Make Up Artist
Victoria_How..
How long is your course?
What sort of course?

It will determine how much work you can get.

Posted 17 Sep 2009
Secondskin
Make Up Artist
Secondskin
I should imagine thats a hard one to answer, as every MUA is different with different skills and each getting jobs in different areas of the industry. But i can tell you one thing, dont expect to get any paid work until you have at least worked hard on a MUA portfolio and gained experience and discovered which area of makeup you excel at?? Once you have gained the experience needed then you can put your rates out there and the rest is up to how hard you want to work at it, and believe me in this industry you have to be prepared to put the graft in
Posted 17 Sep 2009
Iconic
Photographer
Iconic
simplydivine

Another model turned Mua? What a suprise!


yet theres only one mua near me hmmm,mabee a few models from my end should do the course
Posted 17 Sep 2009
ClaireShipman
Make Up Artist
ClaireShipma..
Iconic

yet theres only one mua near me hmmm,mabee a few models from my end should do the course


Im always working in your area, so shhhhhh emoticon

Posted 17 Sep 2009
simplydivine

Another model turned Mua? What a suprise!



Thats a bit rude!
Posted 17 Sep 2009
jenkins
Model
jenkins
simplydivine

Another model turned Mua? What a suprise!


Nope you are incorrect still modelling full-time. I just thought it would be a good idea to get as many back ups for when modelling runs low however the course I was going to do I have realised wasnt all that so not attending now!

Anyhow thanks for all your feedback going to perhaps pursue this in a few years.

Posted 17 Sep 2009
jenkins
Model
jenkins
Secondskin

I should imagine thats a hard one to answer, as every MUA is different with different skills and each getting jobs in different areas of the industry. But i can tell you one thing, dont expect to get any paid work until you have at least worked hard on a MUA portfolio and gained experience and discovered which area of makeup you excel at?? Once you have gained the experience needed then you can put your rates out there and the rest is up to how hard you want to work at it, and believe me in this industry you have to be prepared to put the graft in


Oh trust me I know how hard you have to work in this industry I model full-time lol

thank you for your help really appreciate it.

As I put in my other post this is closed now as the course wasnt all it was cracked up to be.

Thanks
Jenx

Posted 17 Sep 2009
Secondskin
Make Up Artist
Secondskin
If you really were serious about it though, surely you would find a more suitable course?? as there are LOADS????
Posted 18 Sep 2009
jenkins
Model
jenkins
Secondskin

If you really were serious about it though, surely you would find a more suitable course?? as there are LOADS????


Yeah of course. And Im sure I will but I dont NEED to do it right now as its just something I DO want to do but not right now was going to build it up.

Thanks again.

Jen xxx

How do I close this thread.
Posted 20 Sep 2009
deetvstudio
Photographer
deetvstudio
jenkins


Jen xxx

How do I close this thread.


Contact the Moderators and ask them to do it.

Dave.

Posted 20 Sep 2009
deetvstudio
Photographer
deetvstudio
And do it before any Photographers spot the Thread and join in with "Model turned Photographer" comments too. Whoops, too late! Dave.
Posted 20 Sep 2009
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