Suntem in perioada cand inca se mai tatoneaza terenul, se fac programari si probe peste probe, pentru toate miresele care urmeaza in noul sezon de nunti 2019.

Am vazut si discutii pe grupuri de makeup artisti, dar si pe grupuri de mirese, unde aparea aceasta problema, cea a contractului venit la pachet cu avans de 50%. Ca de fiecare data, cum deja ne-am obisnuit, personajele principalele s-au impartit in doua gasti si parerile sunt impartite.

Pentru mine, si in general pentru oamenii care ma inconjoara, lucrurile sunt simple: semnare de contract si 50% avans.

Numai prin prezenta unui contract, atat miresele, cat si makeup artistii sunt acoperiti din punct de vedere juridic si pot sta linistiti. Daca mireasa nu se mai prezinta la machiaj sau anunta prea din scurt, atunci makeup artistul este acoperit macar de suma din avans si rasplatit astfel ca si-a tinut locul ocupat in agenda atata timp.

Evident ca un contract nu acopera in intregime orice tip de conflict si ca e bine uneori sa ne mai selectam si clientela, asa cum e bine sa le selectam si specialistul care urmeaza sa joace un rol atat de important in ziua nuntii.

Ce se intampla daca makeup artistul se imbolnaveste foarte tare fix in ziua nuntii si efectiv nu si poate exercita meseria? Ei bine, in acest caz, fiecare dintre noi ar trebui sa avem 3-4 prieteni makeup artisti, care sa fie pe acelasi stil de machiaj ca noi si care, intr-un astfel de caz, sa sara in ajutor si sa preia din programari. Evident clientei ii trebuie aplicat un discount si ii trebuie explicat foarte bine situatia, ca sa o inteleaga si sa aiba incredere ca si prietenii makeup artisti vor realiza machiajul exact cum se doreste.

Indiferent de care parte a baricadei sunteti nu uitati ca singura care va vine in ajutor este comunicarea, cat mai deschisa si sincera, caci numai asa se pot evita conflicte inutile, nervii, stres si situatii de criza.

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Do we sign or not contract with future brides for makeup?

We are in a period when a feeler is still putting forth, making appointments, and try-on after try-on for all the brides that are coming in the new 2019 wedding season.

I also saw discussions on groups of makeup artists, but also on groups of brides where this problem came across, that of the contract that comes as part of a 50 % feed. As always, as we are already used to, the main characters have been divided into two gangs and the opinions are divided.

For me and the people around me in general, things are simple: contract signing and 50 % feed.

Only in the presence of a contract, both brides and makeup artists are legally covered and don't have to worry. If the bride no longer shows up at the makeup appointment or announces too late, then the makeup artist at least is covered by the feed amount and this way is rewarded because they kept the appointment for so long in a busy agenda.

Obviously a contract does not cover entirely any kind of conflict and that it is good to select our clients, as well as the specialist who is going to play such an important role on the wedding day.

What if the makeup artist gets sick really bad on the wedding day and can not really do the job? Well, in this case, each of us should have 3-4 makeup artists friends who are on the same makeup style as we do and who, in such a case, can help and take on appointments. Obviously, the client needs a discount and needs a good explanation and trust that makeup artist friends will do their makeup exactly as they wish.

No matter on which side you are, do not forget that the only one that helps you is communication, as open and sincere as it can be, because this is the only way to avoid unnecessary conflicts, anger, stress and crisis situations.

I am curious, do you sign or not contract?